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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

Boards working out ways to allow students to retrieve belongings

Boards working out ways to allow students to retrieve belongings

Some schools will offer a drive-through process, while others will allow students inside for a few minutes to collect their stuff.
Intersection closure scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday

Intersection closure scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday

Reconstruction and sewer work along Balmoral Street will shut down intersection at the Harbour Expressway for two days; following that, it will be one lane in each direction until the end of October along Balmoral.
ACHA honours T-Wolves for community involvement

ACHA honours T-Wolves for community involvement

Lakehead women earn pair of prestigious awards for giving back to Thunder Bay community.
Our picks for the Top 10 Northwoods League players of all-time

Our picks for the Top 10 Northwoods League players of all-time

Two pitchers stand head and shoulders above the rest of the summer college league's alumni list.
Go Fund Me started to save The Hoito

Go Fund Me started to save The Hoito

Fundraiser seeking $25,000 to help save the city's most iconic restaurant.
Staal does't relish being away from family to play

Staal does't relish being away from family to play

Minnesota Wild veteran says the scenarios unfolding for the NHL to return are hard to fathom.
Police ask public to avoid section of Mary Street

Police ask public to avoid section of Mary Street

Police have not said what the nature of their ongoing investigation might be.
City golf courses open amid COVID-19 restrictions

City golf courses open amid COVID-19 restrictions

Social distancing measures, longer gaps between tee times and foam inserts in cups among the changes golfers can expect at Strathcona and Chapples golf courses.
Unknown COVID-19 case helps boost presumptive numbers to 40

Unknown COVID-19 case helps boost presumptive numbers to 40

Dr. Stewart Kennedy says a patient who was admitted with atypical symptoms was later diagnosed with COVID-19, leading them to test any staff or other patients who might have come in contact. About 30 staff members have been sent home to self-isolate. A lack of quick turnaround swabs has also increased the number of presumptive cases.
Fire ban goes into effect on Saturday

Fire ban goes into effect on Saturday

The City of Thunder Bay has followed the MNRF's decision to enact a restricted fire zone declaration, just a week after lifting a ban that's been in place for several months.