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Justin Hardy

Justin Hardy

Justin Hardy is a reporter born and raised in the Northwest. He recently graduated from Confederation College's film production program, and began working for tbnewswatch.com in July 2021

Recent Work by Justin

TBPS seeing a rising trend in firearm related crime

TBPS seeing a rising trend in firearm related crime

The Thunder Bay Police Services are seeing a worrying rise in illegal firearms in the city.
<b>Wisdom:</b> ONWA celebrates 50 years

Wisdom: ONWA celebrates 50 years

The Ontario Native Women’s Association celebrates 50 years.
Marathon Sno-Kickers ready for a new season

Marathon Sno-Kickers ready for a new season

Marathon Sno-Kickers Snowmobile Club is excited for the upcoming snowmobiling season.
LU researcher publishes experimental research on sustainable energy

LU researcher publishes experimental research on sustainable energy

A Lakehead Professor has published experimental research that suggests a potential new sustainable energy source that could be generated using non-radioactive nuclear fusion.
<b>Wisdom:</b> New partnership is supporting the wellbeing of children

Wisdom: New partnership is supporting the wellbeing of children

Shania Kids Can has partnered with Shkoday Abinojiiwak Obimiwedoon and United Way of Thunder Bay to support the wellbeing of children in Thunder Bay.
TBRHSC working to lower surgical wait times

TBRHSC working to lower surgical wait times

The hospital is working to lower surgical wait times to get to the provincially set goal.
Thunder Bay Ventures presents the 2021 Business Confidence Index

Thunder Bay Ventures presents the 2021 Business Confidence Index

Thunder Bay Business Ventures has completed its biennial Business Confidence Index.
LUSU celebrates 40 years

LUSU celebrates 40 years

Lakehead University Student Union is celebrating 40 years.
Lakehead Transportation Museum Society saw surprising success this season

Lakehead Transportation Museum Society saw surprising success this season

The season is over and the Lakehead Transportation Museum Society was surprised with the success that they saw this year.
Confederation College completes Riparian Habitat Rehabilitation Project

Confederation College completes Riparian Habitat Rehabilitation Project

Confederation College celebrates rehabilitation of the lands near the rivers around the college’s Thunder Bay Campus.
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