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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.

Empty Bowls fundraiser fills hearts, and coffers

Empty Bowls fundraiser fills hearts, and coffers

Organizers report success despite COVID-19 restrictions, raising over $20,000 to support Shelter House, Thunder Bay Food Bank.
Porphyry project brings climate insights

Porphyry project brings climate insights

Participants in Ocean Bridge Direct Action project catalogue hundreds of species on island
Future Majority campaigners see growing youth engagement

Future Majority campaigners see growing youth engagement

Volunteers say COVID-19, BLM protests have helped spark growing youth political engagement as they plan for Future Majority town hall.
Country Market shows resilience through COVID-19

Country Market shows resilience through COVID-19

Strong customer support, vendor collaboration help market through a challenging year.
“We can’t wait anymore”: 2020 a tiring year for autism families

“We can’t wait anymore”: 2020 a tiring year for autism families

COVID-19 and delay of new provincial autism program make for difficult year.
Dad's Big Sack entrepreneurs build on success

Dad's Big Sack entrepreneurs build on success

Entrepreneurs look to future after Father's Day launch generated more than $17,000 for local suppliers.
Local boat builder hits new heights with tugboat

Local boat builder hits new heights with tugboat

Powered by DIY philosophy, Jamie Zaroski's latest creation is a 30-foot steel tugboat built by hand.
Growing a beer culture <b>(2 photos)</b>

Growing a beer culture (2 photos)

Sleeping Giant Brewing Company taps into Thunder Bay’s love for local.
One app to rule them all

One app to rule them all

Founder and CEO of Uride talks about expanding the business to help more people.
Adapting to a changing landscape

Adapting to a changing landscape

Two years after opening, Bay Village Coffee is still going strong.
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