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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

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jhardy@dougallmedia.com

Recent Work by Justin

Port cargo volumes improved in June

Port cargo volumes improved in June

The Thunder Bay Port Authority is reporting rebounding cargo numbers, and anticipates stronger grain production later this year.
What's Poppin': Canada Day

What's Poppin': Canada Day

Head out and enjoy Canada Day this weekend!
Thunder Bay Art Gallery receives $19.6 million from federal government

Thunder Bay Art Gallery receives $19.6 million from federal government

The new estimated opening date of the Art Gallery's new facility is 2025
Interim police chief appointed for TBPS

Interim police chief appointed for TBPS

Dan Taddeo has been with the police service since 1988.
FedNor investing $1M in Science North for Northwestern Expansion

FedNor investing $1M in Science North for Northwestern Expansion

The expansion consists of two permanent tourism centres located in Thunder Bay and Kenora.
Thunder Bay man arrested in connection to Crown Street homicide

Thunder Bay man arrested in connection to Crown Street homicide

Police say that the suspect and accused were known to one another.
Large police presence on Bethune Street <b>(UPDATED)</b>

Large police presence on Bethune Street (UPDATED)

Police ask the public to stay out of the area
Cruise ship passengers enjoying their stay in Thunder Bay

Cruise ship passengers enjoying their stay in Thunder Bay

Passenger Kabir Bageria, from his experience as a former cruise director, says that the reason these Great Lakes itineraries are so beneficial is that they show off what the great lakes have to offer in style
<b>What's Poppin':</b> Pride, Workshops, and the Maamawe Summer Festival

What's Poppin': Pride, Workshops, and the Maamawe Summer Festival

There's plenty to do this weekend in Thunder Bay!
OPG Implosion a smashing success says site manager

OPG Implosion a smashing success says site manager

It only took around six seconds for the structure to drop, but was the result of thousands of hours of work.
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