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Justin Hardy

Justin Hardy

Justin Hardy is a reporter born and raised in the Northwest. He recently graduated from Confederation College's film production program, and began working for tbnewswatch.com in July 2021

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jhardy@dougallmedia.com

Recent Work by Justin

The provincial election is officially underway

The provincial election is officially underway

Area candidates are excited to hit the campaign trail.
Returning offices open for the 2022 provincial election

Returning offices open for the 2022 provincial election

Elections Ontario is strongly urging voters to try and cast their ballots before Election Day, which can get busy, especially with COVID protocols in place.
<b>Wisdom:</b> The SOAR project

Wisdom: The SOAR project

The intent of the project is to increase awareness and commemorate the history and legacy of St. Joseph’s Residential School in Thunder Bay by making the truth about the residential schools widely accessible through a research report and a curriculum.
Those that are eligible for a fourth dose should get it says DeMille

Those that are eligible for a fourth dose should get it says DeMille

"A lot of people are tired of this pandemic. I'm tired of this pandemic. It's not tired of us," says DeMille.
Ontario announces its first-ever Critical Minerals Strategy

Ontario announces its first-ever Critical Minerals Strategy

The province says its strategy will unleash Ontario’s mineral potential and support a made-in-Ontario electric vehicle supply chain.
Government of Canada makes investments at Thunder Bay International Airport

Government of Canada makes investments at Thunder Bay International Airport

Through Transport Canada’s Airport Relief Fund, the Government of Canada provided the airport with new funding
<b>Wisdom:</b> Indigenous artists breathe new life into city bus

Wisdom: Indigenous artists breathe new life into city bus

Seven Indigenous artists' passion was revealed through creative work of art.
January 50/50 winner takes home $681,170

January 50/50 winner takes home $681,170

January's jackpot closed in at $681,170.
Finnish Labour Temple fire Investigation may be put on pause for the holiday

Finnish Labour Temple fire Investigation may be put on pause for the holiday

Investigators will see what they can find today but the investigation will likely need to be held until next week.
Thunder Bay Heritage Advisory Committee heartbroken at the loss of the Finnish Labour Temple

Thunder Bay Heritage Advisory Committee heartbroken at the loss of the Finnish Labour Temple

The Finnish Labour Temple was over 111 years old and is a serious loss for the community.
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