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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

Season likely a non-starter for local snowmobile trails

Season likely a non-starter for local snowmobile trails

The Thunder Bay Adventure Trail Snowmobile Club said there is little chance of being able to open any of trails due a lack of snow.
Awareness event aims to help end human trafficking

Awareness event aims to help end human trafficking

The event organizers hoped to connect people with resources that might help those who have been targeted.
New project aims to bring organizations together for pandemic recovery

New project aims to bring organizations together for pandemic recovery

United Way of Thunder Bay CEO Albert Brule encourages all local non-profits and community groups to sign up.
Voyageur Winter Carnival closes after successful weekend

Voyageur Winter Carnival closes after successful weekend

The region finally saw more snow leading up to the Winter Carnival, which helped transform the fort into a literal winter wonderland.
What's Poppin': Saturday, Feb. 17

What's Poppin': Saturday, Feb. 17

There's plenty to do this weekend in Thunder Bay
Ontario invests $1.85 million in local health care

Ontario invests $1.85 million in local health care

The funding is intended to increase access for patients and improve health programming.
Students will be sent home early during April's solar eclipse

Students will be sent home early during April's solar eclipse

The decision was made due to safety concerns.
Science Festival kicks off with Indigenous Ingenuity

Science Festival kicks off with Indigenous Ingenuity

Along with science of the past, the festival will celebrate and demonstrate modern sciences with a myriad of activities across the city.
Annual Valentine's Day Walk honours MMIP

Annual Valentine's Day Walk honours MMIP

The walk was held a day early, on Feb. 13, to align with the 32-year anniversary of the death of Sandra Johnson.
Some Thunder Bay residents receive singing Valentine's

Some Thunder Bay residents receive singing Valentine's

“We get great reactions. We get people who are embarrassed. We get people who are excited and touched. We've seen tears."
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