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Leith Dunick

Leith Dunick

A proud Nova Scotian who has called Thunder Bay home since 2002, Leith has been the editor of Thunder Bay Source for 16 years and has served a similar role with TBNewsWatch.com since its founding in 2009. An avid golfer, concertgoer and baseball fan, Leith is as versatile as they come, covering everything from local politics and sports to education and Indigenous issues.

Twitter: @LeithDunick

Recent Work by Leith

Northwest Health Unit reports another COVID-19 test

Northwest Health Unit reports another COVID-19 test

Individual testing positive lives outside health unit's catchment area.
LU researchers awarded more than $354K

LU researchers awarded more than $354K

Seven different projects awarded research grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.
Schreiber woman wins early-bird House Lottery draw

Schreiber woman wins early-bird House Lottery draw

Tickets are 82 per cent sold for the draw, which has been pushed back to October.
Local sports bar preparing for big NHL and NBA weekend

Local sports bar preparing for big NHL and NBA weekend

Return of the NHL and NBA should be a boon to business, says Wacky's general manager, cautioning there are gathering restrictions in place.
Federal funding helps Dew Drop Inn stay open

Federal funding helps Dew Drop Inn stay open

Dew Drop Inn served nearly 9,700 take-home lunches in June. A year ago the number was closer to 7,000.
Hutton disappointed being outside NHL bubble

Hutton disappointed being outside NHL bubble

Buffalo Sabres goaltender reflects on an up-and-down season with a young team he thinks will soon be on the rise.
Trio arrested in Kenora drug bust

Trio arrested in Kenora drug bust

Multiple charges laid after police seize cash, drugs and drug paraphernalia at a Heenan Place residence.
UPDATED: Cop car flips in south-side crash

UPDATED: Cop car flips in south-side crash

Police vehicle involved in Friday evening collision at Walsh and Edward streets.
Not one more death, says group ahead of planned police protest

Not one more death, says group ahead of planned police protest

Group says unauthorized tree planting aimed at holding police accountable for actions that "endangers the lives and well-being of Indigenous people in this city."
Thunder Bay foursome win $1M prize

Thunder Bay foursome win $1M prize

Because one of the claimants' daughter works at a lottery retailer, prize will be held for 30 days before being paid out.