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Clint Fleury

Clint Fleury

Clint Fleury is a web reporter covering Northwestern Ontario and the Superior North Regions. Born in Winnipeg, Clint moved to Thunder Bay to pursue his passion for writing. He has a particular interest in writing and performing spoken word poetry and writing short fiction.

Twitter @cfleury315

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cfleury@dougallmedia.com

Recent Work by Clint

Newmont Musselwhite celebrates 25 years of mining

Newmont Musselwhite celebrates 25 years of mining

The Musselwhite mine has marked 25 years of operations, announcing it hit a milestone of 5 million ounces of gold plucked from the largest gold mine operating in Canada.   
EMS waited for OPP before entering Onigaming First Nation: KDSB

EMS waited for OPP before entering Onigaming First Nation: KDSB

The Kenora District Services Board has confirmed paramedics were awaiting police support while an Onigaming FIrst Nation man died.
New Gold produces despite record flood

New Gold produces despite record flood

New Gold Inc. produces 41,000 gold equivalent ounces during the Rainy River flood.
Paramedics parked while Onigaming man died, chief charges

Paramedics parked while Onigaming man died, chief charges

The Kenora District Services Board is investigating after two paramedics allegedly remained parked outside of Onigaming First Nation while a young man died.
Petition against nuclear waste gains 13,505 signatures

Petition against nuclear waste gains 13,505 signatures

Opposition to the transportation and burial of nuclear waste in the North picks up steam.
Have your say in NWMO’s Integrated Strategy for Radioactive Waste

Have your say in NWMO’s Integrated Strategy for Radioactive Waste

NWMO launched a 60-day comment period on Integrated Strategy for Radioactive Waste
Ontario hires 32 graduates Correctional Officers

Ontario hires 32 graduates Correctional Officers

The Ontario government is hiring 123 new correctional officers, and 32 will work in the North.
Wataynlkaneyap Power reaches milestone

Wataynlkaneyap Power reaches milestone

Wataynikaneyap Power has completed the 230-kilovolt line from Dinorwic to Pickle Lake.
NAN representatives say no to nuclear fuel waste

NAN representatives say no to nuclear fuel waste

The Nuclear Waste Management Organization is under fire as Nishnawbe Ask Nation delegates from the Treaty Nine Territory react to the potential effects the Deep Geological Repository might have on the environment if the Revell Lake site is located in the Treaty Three Territory is picked.
The homelessness, mental health, and addiction epidemic is killing the north

The homelessness, mental health, and addiction epidemic is killing the north

A recent study on mental health, addiction, and homelessness by the Northern Policy Institute show the dire need for governments on all levels to address the health crisis.
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