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Nicole Dixon

Nicole Dixon

Born and raised in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Nicole moved to Thunder Bay, Ontario in 2008 to pursue a career in journalism. Nicole joined Tbnewswatch.com in 2015 as a multimedia producer, content developer and reporter. She regularly focused on local businesses, community events, and court. Nicole is currently the web content manager for Tbnewswatch.com.

Twitter: @ndixonreporter

Recent Work by Nicole

Mercury contamination ongoing issue for First Nation communities

Mercury contamination ongoing issue for First Nation communities

A chemical plant in Dryden is still causing concerns for many First Nation residents as mercury is still leaking into the River.
Thunder Bay chamber joins call for changes to arbitration process

Thunder Bay chamber joins call for changes to arbitration process

The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce is voicing it support regarding a letter sent to the government.
'Care partners' now allowed to visit around the clock at Thunder Bay hospital

'Care partners' now allowed to visit around the clock at Thunder Bay hospital

Provides patients and families with added comfort
Thunder Bay students thrilled with school closure delay

Thunder Bay students thrilled with school closure delay

High school students pleased with delay of Sir Winston Churchill Collegiate and Vocational Institute's pending closure.
'I couldn't hold my emotions': Cop testifies in inquest into woman's suicide

'I couldn't hold my emotions': Cop testifies in inquest into woman's suicide

Inquest being held into the 2013 death of Lena Anderson in the back of police car in Kasabonika
Eleven-year-old Thunder Bay girls wants to keep school safe

Eleven-year-old Thunder Bay girls wants to keep school safe

Taylor Gorrie is creating a Safe Zone to keep students protected against bullying.
Campaign highlights CO awareness week

Campaign highlights CO awareness week

Thunder Bay Fire Rescue has teamed up with Union Gas to raise awareness about the importance of carbon monoxide alarms.
<b>Gravelle says Northern Ontario could get as many as two additional ridings come 2018</b>

Gravelle says Northern Ontario could get as many as two additional ridings come 2018

To help improve representation of people living in Ontario's northernmost communities Northern Ontario could get two more ridings.
Privatization of alcohol sales concerns LCBO employees

Privatization of alcohol sales concerns LCBO employees

LCBO workers’ anti-privatization campaign made its way to Thunder Bay Saturday afternoon.
Cabinet minister says FedNor won't be impacted by consolidation

Cabinet minister says FedNor won't be impacted by consolidation

The political hot potatoes that are Canada's regional development agencies have found a new home, but won't have individual ministers solely responsible for them. However, Minister of Innovation, Technology Navdeep Bains says they'll continue to operate business as usual.