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These stories about local people previously featured in the news are made possible through the continued support of The Power Centre as part of our Community Leaders Program.

<b>Following Up:</b> Resolute and FWFN break ground and celebrate growing partnership

Following Up: Resolute and FWFN break ground and celebrate growing partnership

The project is planned to be complete in late October with a total of 35 new jobs being created.
<b>Following up:</b> Going mainstream

Following up: Going mainstream

Thunder Bay’s most comprehensive vegan store has moved to Memorial Avenue.
Following up: City looks to bar conversion therapy, hate speech

Following up: City looks to bar conversion therapy, hate speech

Council seeks report on policies governing use of city space.
Following up: Returned Norval Morrisseau paintings unveiled, 40 years after theft

Following up: Returned Norval Morrisseau paintings unveiled, 40 years after theft

Two works by famed artist stolen from college in 1981 will now be donated to the Thunder Bay Art Gallery.
<b>Following up:</b> NWMO site selection process

Following up: NWMO site selection process

The project has sparked interest not only from Ignace and Wabigoon Lake First Nation, but other communities including Dryden and Thunder Bay.
<b>Following up:</b> Bird rescue seeks council's OK to use Chippewa Park wildlife exhibit

Following up: Bird rescue seeks council's OK to use Chippewa Park wildlife exhibit

Request from Thunderbird Wildlife rescue has won support of Fort William First Nation, Friends of Chippewa Park, city administration.
<b>Following up:</b> South Park creator boosts locally-made board game

Following up: South Park creator boosts locally-made board game

Trey Parker recently anointed Summit: The Board Game his all-time favourite in online appearance.
<b>Following up:</b> Students tour factory to see what's come of their recycling project

Following up: Students tour factory to see what's come of their recycling project

The students clearly had a passion for the environment and were happy to see that their efforts helped to make a difference
<b>Following up:</b> Transportation Museum Society aims to move the James Whalen tug to Pool 6

Following up: Transportation Museum Society aims to move the James Whalen tug to Pool 6

The group needs the city's approval for a small expansion of its property.
<b>Following Up:</b> KZ Lodge brings experiential learning options to more students

Following Up: KZ Lodge brings experiential learning options to more students

Lakehead Public Schools program offering experiential, land-based learning for Indigenous students expands to second school.
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