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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

C.D. Howe students fill a bike rack and more

C.D. Howe students fill a bike rack and more

Nearly four dozen youngster took part in the event, which is gearing up to be an annual event and could spread to other schools soon.
Family of Thunder Bay man incensed at Hillier's insinuation he died from his vaccination

Family of Thunder Bay man incensed at Hillier's insinuation he died from his vaccination

Independent Kingston, Ont.-area MPP falsely linked the deaths of nine Ontarians to COVID-19 vaccines.
Wolves ready to hit the ice after 20-month wait

Wolves ready to hit the ice after 20-month wait

OUA club last played a meaningful game in February 2020, when they were knocked out of the playoffs by Ryerson. It's a much different looking team that returns to the Gardens on Friday and Saturday night.
Fort Frances councillor threatens charter challenge if sanctioned over report

Fort Frances councillor threatens charter challenge if sanctioned over report

Douglas Judson found to have breached a section of the Municipal Code of Conduct for describing a letter-writer as a 'white senior citizen.'
McCarville steals way to win over Hackner

McCarville steals way to win over Hackner

Jonathan Vellinga, Dylan Johnston and Bryan Burgess also score early draw wins in Week 3 Tbaytel Major League of Curling play.
Gravelle 'deeply regrets' sending accommodation letter on behalf of unvaccinated PSW

Gravelle 'deeply regrets' sending accommodation letter on behalf of unvaccinated PSW

Long-time Thunder Bay Liberal MPP says he was trying to help, but realizes now the request for accommodation did not mesh with party policy on mandatory vaccinations for health-care workers.
McCarville rink ready to roar at Olympic curling pre-trials

McCarville rink ready to roar at Olympic curling pre-trials

Thunder Bay hopefuls say making the Olympics would be the dream of a lifetime.
Westgate Special Olympians named Team of the Year

Westgate Special Olympians named Team of the Year

Students persevered throughout the pandemic, keeping a positive attitude despite facing mostly virtual competitions.
Tennis centre gets $1 million to build dome

Tennis centre gets $1 million to build dome

Money part of $3.3 million being spent by the province to upgrade sports facilities in the city, including Mount Baldy Ski Area and Fort William Gardens.
Hoito Restaurant could open by June

Hoito Restaurant could open by June

Finlandia Co-operative of Thunder Bay reaches a deal to revive the world-famous Finnish restaurant, closed since March 2020.
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