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Gary Rinne

Gary Rinne

Born and raised in Thunder Bay, Gary started part-time at Tbnewswatch in 2016 after retiring from the CBC where he worked as news producer. Prior to the CBC he spent more than 30 years in radio and television news at Dougall Media. He enjoys researching and writing stories on just about any subject. Gary likes travelling and spending time at camp.

Recent Work by Gary

Canada Games Complex pool to shut down for three weeks

Canada Games Complex pool to shut down for three weeks

The pool will be drained, cleaned and regrouted.
<b>UPDATE:</b> Tanker cars damaged in train collision at Fort Frances <b>(2 photos)</b>

UPDATE: Tanker cars damaged in train collision at Fort Frances (2 photos)

Officials say no leaks occurred as a result of the collision.
City poised to put Vickers/Carrick Street floodway crossing on hold

City poised to put Vickers/Carrick Street floodway crossing on hold

Discussions with CN have failed to produce an agreement so far.
Iron ore mine southwest of Ignace could operate for up to 40 years

Iron ore mine southwest of Ignace could operate for up to 40 years

The new developer of the property has submitted plans to a federal agency.
Fort Frances community waits to hear intentions of new mill owners

Fort Frances community waits to hear intentions of new mill owners

Questions remain about the conditions of the purchase agreement with Resolute.
Thunder Bay-area lakes studied for bacteria that cause blue-green algae blooms (2 Photos)

Thunder Bay-area lakes studied for bacteria that cause blue-green algae blooms (2 Photos)

Cyanobacteria blooms can produce harmful toxins.
Thunder Bay reexamines land strategy to attract job-creating investment

Thunder Bay reexamines land strategy to attract job-creating investment

The project includes a review of development guidelines for Innova Park.
Fedeli gets into Bombardier layoff blame controversy

Fedeli gets into Bombardier layoff blame controversy

Each government accuses the other of inaction
UPDATE: Ontario and feds point fingers at each other for Bombardier layoffs

UPDATE: Ontario and feds point fingers at each other for Bombardier layoffs

Each government accuses the other of inaction
Critic of Black Sturgeon River dam removal speaks out

Critic of Black Sturgeon River dam removal speaks out

Red Rock Fish and Game Club is one of many organizations trying to keep the dam intact.