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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 performing spoken word poetry and writing short fiction.

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cfleury@dougallmedia.com

Recent Work by Clint

One injured after bear attack

One injured after bear attack

One individual has been sent to hospital for non-life-threatening injuries following a bear attack in Wabakimi Provincial Park.
OPP charge one person with possession of child pornography

OPP charge one person with possession of child pornography

Nipigon and Schreiber OPP detachments have arrested and charged one individual with child pornography in Terrace Bay.
OPP finds body of missing canoeist in Saganagons Lake

OPP finds body of missing canoeist in Saganagons Lake

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have located the body of a missing canoeist on Saganagons Lake.
NAPS seizes drugs and lays charges in Fort Hope

NAPS seizes drugs and lays charges in Fort Hope

Nishnawbe Aski Police Service (NAPS) seized a quantity of cocaine and arrested a female suspect, following the search of a Fort Hope First Nation home Wednesday.
Search underway for missing man in Quetico Provincial Park

Search underway for missing man in Quetico Provincial Park

Local officials are searching for a missing man in Quetico Provincial Park.
Is a deal for AV Terrace Bay imminent or not?

Is a deal for AV Terrace Bay imminent or not?

Lise Vaugeois, MPP for Thunder Bay-Superior North, asked the Ford government to confirm if aid is coming to the employees of the Terrace Bay mill.
Anishinabek Nation Chiefs-in-Assembly elect new Grand Council Chief

Anishinabek Nation Chiefs-in-Assembly elect new Grand Council Chief

Following a Traditional Stand-up Election, Anishinabek Nation Chiefs-in-Assembly elected Linda Debassige as the Grand Council Chief for the 2024-27 term.
With a lawsuit filed, the province debates poisoning of Grassy Narrows

With a lawsuit filed, the province debates poisoning of Grassy Narrows

Although the Dryden Mill stopped pouring mercury into the English-Wabigoon River system decades ago, a recent study found that highly toxic methylmercury remains.
VIDEO Dash-cam captures what could have been a disastrous accident

VIDEO Dash-cam captures what could have been a disastrous accident

Dash-cam footage shows a potential tractor-trailer collision in Greenstone.
UPDATE: Collison in Marathon closed Highway 17

UPDATE: Collison in Marathon closed Highway 17

Highway 17 is closed in both directions due to a collision.
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