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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

Red Rock's new wastewater facility's grand opening postponed.

Red Rock's new wastewater facility's grand opening postponed.

The new secondary wastewater treatment facility was supposed to have its official grand opening on Monday
Hike for Health brings communities, outdoor enthusiasts together for a good cause

Hike for Health brings communities, outdoor enthusiasts together for a good cause

The event is organized by a group of volunteers and all funds raised go back into local communities
2022 Municipal Election candidate list for Superior North

2022 Municipal Election candidate list for Superior North

Three of mayoral candidates in the region are running unopposed and will be acclaimed with the certification of their candidacies
Nipigon's Richard Harvey will not seek the mayor's seat this election

Nipigon's Richard Harvey will not seek the mayor's seat this election

Mayor Harvey has announced that he will instead be running for a seat on council
Drones set sail on Lake Superior

Drones set sail on Lake Superior

This is the second year of a multi-year, multi-partner mission in the Great Lakes
Vaugeois speaks at Queens Park

Vaugeois speaks at Queens Park

The Thunder Bay-Superior North MPP questioned the Ford government on healthcare
Lise Vaugeois gears up for the Ontario legislature

Lise Vaugeois gears up for the Ontario legislature

Newly elected MPP Lise Vaugeois is preparing for her first legislative session at Queen's Park, looking to highlight issues including health care and housing.
United Way of Thunder Bay reports over 50,000 local lives impacted

United Way of Thunder Bay reports over 50,000 local lives impacted

Due to the support of its donors, the United Way of Thunder Bay says it was able to invest in 40 community initiatives that align with its three Community Impact Goals
Manitouwadge Fire Department reminds everyone to practice fire safety

Manitouwadge Fire Department reminds everyone to practice fire safety

During the fire season, from Apr. 1 to Oct. 31, there is no daytime burning allowed.
Little Sprouts Community Garden home to some educational little friends

Little Sprouts Community Garden home to some educational little friends

The library is holding a "Name the Caterpillar" contest and invites the community to use its imagination and think of great names for the caterpillars
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