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Clint Fleury

Clint Fleury

Clint Fleury is a web reporter covering Northwestern Ontario and the Superior North Regions. Born in Winnipeg, Clint moved to Thunder Bay to pursue his passion for writing. He has a particular interest in performing spoken word poetry and writing short fiction.

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cfleury@dougallmedia.com

Recent Work by Clint

Public complaint leads to drug bust in Nipigon

Public complaint leads to drug bust in Nipigon

Nipigon OPP has arrested and charged one individual for trafficking illicit drugs.
FedNor provides $1.7 million to North Shore business

FedNor provides $1.7 million to North Shore business

The government of Canada announced it has renewed a $1.7 million boost to economic development along the Lake Superior North Shore area.
Marathon receives funding to build new homes

Marathon receives funding to build new homes

The federal government is helping Marathon boost its housing stock by funding 60 homes over the next three years.
Changes coming to the Superior-Greenstone District School Board

Changes coming to the Superior-Greenstone District School Board

New faces at SGDSB will help lead schools in the district.
Adaptability might be the solution to a warming climate: Hajdu

Adaptability might be the solution to a warming climate: Hajdu

Since Nishnawbe Aski Nation chiefs declared a winter roads state of emergency at the 2024 Chiefs Winter Assembly, Newswatch caught up with Indigenous Services Minister Patty Hajdu to see what can be done to ensure remote northern communities have access to goods and services.
Hajdu discusses the ramifications of Bill C-92

Hajdu discusses the ramifications of Bill C-92

"I think the other really interesting aspect about this though is that it will compel future governments to continue this work."
“Apologize to the people who are so harmed by those stereotypes,” Hajdu says

“Apologize to the people who are so harmed by those stereotypes,” Hajdu says

After a heated debate on Bill C-61 also called the First Nations Clean Drinking Water Act, MP Patty Hajdu would like MP Kevin Waugh to apologize for “stereotypical” comments regarding First Nations people in the House of Commons.
OPP nab suspected drunk drivers

OPP nab suspected drunk drivers

The Nipigon OPP has arrested and charged three individuals in separate incidents of drunk driving.
Cocaine seized from home in Webequie

Cocaine seized from home in Webequie

NAPS has arrested and charged three in connection to drug trafficking in Webequie First Nation.
Hajdu commits $3 million to Eabametoong

Hajdu commits $3 million to Eabametoong

The Minister of Indigenous Services of Canada, Patty Hajdu, announced $3 million in funding to aid the students and staff of the John C. Yesno Education Centre after a structural fire destroyed the school.
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