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Michael Charlebois

Michael Charlebois

Michael Charlebois was born and raised in Thunder Bay, where he attended St. Patrick High School and graduated in 2015. He graduated from Carleton University in Ottawa where he studied journalism. During the summer months, he works for Tbnewswatch.com with an emphasis on community news. Growing up around the Lakehead men’s basketball team, Michael loves basketball, and writes freelance about music and culture.

Recent Work by Michael

First Rider program an emotional day for child, and parent <b>(7 photos)</b>

First Rider program an emotional day for child, and parent (7 photos)

Just under 500 children were signed up to go through the safety training, and emotional preparation for the first bus ride to school
Local baseball club looking to compete at their field of dreams <b>(5 photos)</b>

Local baseball club looking to compete at their field of dreams (5 photos)

The 12U Thunder Bay Lakers are looking for community support to compete at a prestigious tournament in Cooperstown, N.Y.
Public board expects new elementary school to be ready for 2020 <b>(3 photos)</b>

Public board expects new elementary school to be ready for 2020 (3 photos)

Construction of École Elsie MacGill Public School is close to the halfway mark and the school board expects renovations at Westgate Collegiate and Vocational Institute to be ready for the start of the school year.
Thunder Bay tourism industry optimistic after successful summer season

Thunder Bay tourism industry optimistic after successful summer season

The city enjoyed a stable season with a high amount of American visitors, well-attended events, and high utilization of visitor attractions.
Tourism industry optimistic after successful summer season

Tourism industry optimistic after successful summer season

The city enjoyed a stable season with a high amount of American visitors, well-attended events, and high utilization of visitor attractions.
Thunderwolves basketball adds Quebec guard

Thunderwolves basketball adds Quebec guard

Laoui Msambya is a 6'0 guard, ranked as the 59th best Canadian recruit of 2019 by North Pole Hoops.
Westfort Street Fair growing with the community <b>(12 photos)</b>

Westfort Street Fair growing with the community (12 photos)

The 37th annual Westfort Street Fair featured new and old faces on a picture perfect Saturday
Gull Bay micro grid the future of remote First Nation energy <b>(5 photos)</b>

Gull Bay micro grid the future of remote First Nation energy (5 photos)

The solar energy grid will reduce annual carbon dioxide emissions by 25 per cent for the remote First Nation
Comfort kits providing support for grieving families

Comfort kits providing support for grieving families

Hospice Northwest wants to provide a kit for everyone with a family member on the verge of death
Amy Jones returns to town to promote her second book

Amy Jones returns to town to promote her second book

'Every Little Piece of Me' is available at Chapters and other book stores