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Nicole Dixon

Nicole Dixon

Born and raised in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Nicole moved to Thunder Bay, Ontario in 2008 to pursue a career in journalism. Nicole joined Tbnewswatch.com in 2015 as a multimedia producer, content developer and reporter. She regularly focused on local businesses, community events, and court. Nicole is currently the web content manager for Tbnewswatch.com.

Twitter: @ndixonreporter

Recent Work by Nicole

Meet your 2018 Holiday Hero winner

Meet your 2018 Holiday Hero winner

This year, Tbnewswatch.com and Vince Mirabelli want to recognize The Green Dream Team as this year’s Holiday Hero.
From cardboard to championships

From cardboard to championships

Successful riding continues for local snowboarder.
Meet your 2017 Holiday Hero winner

Meet your 2017 Holiday Hero winner

Greg Stephenson becomes tbnewswatch.com's 2017 Holiday Hero.
Cancer survivor races to the finish line

Cancer survivor races to the finish line

After defeating cancer, Michel Caza shows no signs of stopping as he races to the finish line in a triathlon in Madison, Wisconsin.
Local author publishes first investigative novel

Local author publishes first investigative novel

Local author explores the dark corners of Toronto and a down and out investigator in new novel, Vicious Dogs.
Push for Change to end youth homelessness

Push for Change to end youth homelessness

Joe Roberts is pushing a shopping cart across Canada to support the end of youth homelessness.
Kakabeka Crystal operations still on hold

Kakabeka Crystal operations still on hold

Health unit officials don't foresee Kakabeka Crystal reopening this week.
Mercury contamination ongoing issue for First Nation communities

Mercury contamination ongoing issue for First Nation communities

A chemical plant in Dryden is still causing concerns for many First Nation residents as mercury is still leaking into the River.
Mercury contamination ongoing issue for First Nation communities

Mercury contamination ongoing issue for First Nation communities

A chemical plant in Dryden is still causing concerns for many First Nation residents as mercury is still leaking into the River.
Thunder Bay chamber joins call for changes to arbitration process

Thunder Bay chamber joins call for changes to arbitration process

The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce is voicing it support regarding a letter sent to the government.