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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

Thunder Bay company launches innovative tool line (4 Photos)

Thunder Bay company launches innovative tool line (4 Photos)

Suction grippers are developed and manufactured in Thunder Bay
Ontario Energy Board gives Thunder Bay Hydro (Synergy North) a report card

Ontario Energy Board gives Thunder Bay Hydro (Synergy North) a report card

The merger of Thunder Bay Hydro and Kenora Hydro should show efficiencies in next year's report
Developers of new soccer bubble confirm project's delay

Developers of new soccer bubble confirm project's delay

Zoning amendments can't be completed in time for this season
Thunder Bay shipyard owner hopes for federal contracts (2 Photos)

Thunder Bay shipyard owner hopes for federal contracts (2 Photos)

Heddle Shipyards has aspirations to significantly expand operations in Thunder Bay
Thunder Bay man surprised by high radon levels in his home (3 Photos)

Thunder Bay man surprised by high radon levels in his home (3 Photos)

Ron Wychopen says he 'didn't expect that at all'
Hydro One delivery rates go up

Hydro One delivery rates go up

Camp owners face bigger increases than residential customers over a five-year period.
<b>WORLD:</b> International balloon race competitors crash land in northwestern Ontario <b>(6 photos)</b>

WORLD: International balloon race competitors crash land in northwestern Ontario (6 photos)

Two men from France survived with cuts and bruises
International balloon race competitors crash land near Atikokan (6 Photos)

International balloon race competitors crash land near Atikokan (6 Photos)

Two men from France survived with cuts and bruises.
Lakehead stays in top half of primarily undergraduate university rankings

Lakehead stays in top half of primarily undergraduate university rankings

.The Thunder Bay school is second in Ontario and eighth in Canada
City explains need for zoning amendments for new soccer bubble

City explains need for zoning amendments for new soccer bubble

The construction site has special zoning requirements aimed at creating employment