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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

Downtown assault leads to pair of arrests

Downtown assault leads to pair of arrests

Two arrested in late afternoon incident,
Santa bus returns this weekend

Santa bus returns this weekend

Food and cash donations being accepted on Saturday at the No Frills on Edward Street and the Metro at 505 Arthur Street West.
Novemburger raises $12.9K for United Way

Novemburger raises $12.9K for United Way

Two dollars from the sale of every specially created hamburger was donated to the cause.
Bruchkowski scores two in third, Stars win third straight

Bruchkowski scores two in third, Stars win third straight

North Stars forward leads the SIJHL with 27 goals in 23 games.
Toby Keith to headline Country on the Bay festival

Toby Keith to headline Country on the Bay festival

Country legend to be joined by Terri Clark, High Valley and Gord Bamford at three-day event, slated for Marina Park next July.
Art Gallery project nets $1.1 million in donations

Art Gallery project nets $1.1 million in donations

Artist and educator Jake Black pledges $800,000 over four years to the $33-million project.
Local teachers, education workers to walk out on Wednesday

Local teachers, education workers to walk out on Wednesday

One-day strike will likely force all public and Catholic Board schools to close for a second time in two weeks.
Westmount students go on book-shopping spree

Westmount students go on book-shopping spree

Indigo Love of Reading Foundation provides money to elementary schools across Canada to purchase books for their classrooms and libraries.
Everlast donates $75K to Habitat for Humanity

Everlast donates $75K to Habitat for Humanity

Donation will be used to help complete future builds.
Local Conservatives thank Scheer, look to what's next

Local Conservatives thank Scheer, look to what's next

John Bell says resignation a chance for Conservatives to hit the reset button in the wake of their most recent election loss.