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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.

Email
gary.rinne@dougallmedia.com

Recent Work by Gary

$500,000 available for north core art installations

$500,000 available for north core art installations

Any Canadian artist can apply, but preference will be given to local applicants, especially Indigenous artists.
Recent tornado confirmed in Northwestern Ontario

Recent tornado confirmed in Northwestern Ontario

A research team believes there may have been other tornadoes or waterspouts in the region on June 4.
Seagull attack sends man to hospital

Seagull attack sends man to hospital

A local expert warns a serious infection can result if a gull breaks a person's skin with its claws.
UPDATED: Passenger found smoking on flight

UPDATED: Passenger found smoking on flight

Security personnel were informed after an incident on a flight to Thunder Bay.
UPDATED: Serious collision sends pedestrian to hospital

UPDATED: Serious collision sends pedestrian to hospital

The collision happened Tuesday afternoon in the May Street/Dease Street area.
Thunder Bay divers put a patch on Michipicoten's cracked hull

Thunder Bay divers put a patch on Michipicoten's cracked hull

A plate was welded over a four-metre-long rupture, and water has been removed from the hull of the Great Lakes bulk carrier.
Man charged with murder at Kam River Heritage Park

Man charged with murder at Kam River Heritage Park

Thunder Bay Police identify the victim as 34-year-old Francis Joseph Valle.
Divers find 13-foot crack in hull of Great Lakes ship

Divers find 13-foot crack in hull of Great Lakes ship

Michipicoten took on water after crew heard 'loud bang' in the middle of Lake Superior
Forest fire outbreaks pacing well below average

Forest fire outbreaks pacing well below average

Ontario has seen half the number of forest fires it had last year at this point.
Popular dog park saved from downsizing - for now

Popular dog park saved from downsizing - for now

There was potential for part of the off-leash park on Winnipeg Avenue to be taken over for parking.
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