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Leith Dunick

Leith Dunick

A proud Nova Scotian who has called Thunder Bay home since 2002, Leith has been the editor of Thunder Bay Source for 16 years and has served a similar role with TBNewsWatch.com since its founding in 2009. An avid golfer, concertgoer and baseball fan, Leith is as versatile as they come, covering everything from local politics and sports to education and Indigenous issues.

Twitter: @LeithDunick

Recent Work by Leith

North Stars double up Norskies in physical affair

North Stars double up Norskies in physical affair

Keighan Gerrie pots four, his fourth hat trick of the season, to lead Thunder Bay to an 8-4 triumph.
Watermain break closes Isabel Street

Watermain break closes Isabel Street

Length of closure unknown at this time.
Dryden business targeted in bomb-scare scam

Dryden business targeted in bomb-scare scam

Phishing threat part of world-wide attempt to extort money from businesses in return for not blowing them up.
Police SUV involved in collision

Police SUV involved in collision

Driver charged in highway collision after admitting to smoking cannabis earlier in the day.
Union Gas seeks rate increase

Union Gas seeks rate increase

If approved, the average residential customer in Northwestern Ontario can expect to pay $71 more per year for natural gas.
Report: Sinclair to recommend temporary dismantling of Police Services Board

Report: Sinclair to recommend temporary dismantling of Police Services Board

CBC reveals details of report, which is expected to be officially released on Friday in Thunder Bay.
Woman not seen since mid-November

Woman not seen since mid-November

Police are asking the public for information on the whereabouts of 26-year-old Brigitte Pushkar.
Municipal workers hand over $134K to United Way

Municipal workers hand over $134K to United Way

Campaign contributions represent about 5.9 per cent of this year's $2.28-million target.
Chiefs demand better homicide investigations by Thunder Bay Police

Chiefs demand better homicide investigations by Thunder Bay Police

First Nation leaders said the recent Thunder Bay deaths of 17-year-old Braiden Jacob and Jordan Wabasse, whose body was pulled from the Kaministiquia River in 2011, spurred their call, on the eve of the release of the OIPRD report into systemic racism within the department.
Matawa chiefs demand better homicide investigation results

Matawa chiefs demand better homicide investigation results

First Nation leaders said the recent Thunder Bay deaths of 17-year-old Braiden Jacob and Jordan Wabasse, whose body was pulled from the Kaministiquia River in 2011, spurred their call, on the eve of the release of the OIPRD report into systemic racism within the department.