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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

Tour-de-force Cara shines on Auditorium stage <b>(8 photos)</b>

Tour-de-force Cara shines on Auditorium stage (8 photos)

Ontario-born singer was the first Canadian to ever win the Grammy for best new artist.
Enactus Lakehead takes second at national competition

Enactus Lakehead takes second at national competition

Projects presented include one to help Northern Ontarians deal with the reality of bank branches closing in small communities and fly-in Indigenous students learn about budgeting and long-term savings.
Valley Central students take environmental warning to heart

Valley Central students take environmental warning to heart

Teens concerned there won't be much of a planet left for them to inherit, if changes aren't made at a global level.
Human remains found near Big Island First Nation

Human remains found near Big Island First Nation

OPP investigating incident, but have little information to provide at this stage of the case.
National Development Centre sets 2019-20 roster

National Development Centre sets 2019-20 roster

Locals dominate 10-skier roster.
Two families to benefit from Habitat build

Two families to benefit from Habitat build

Construction on a Leith Street duplex that will house two single mothers and their children is set to get underway.
Garage fire claims cat's life

Garage fire claims cat's life

Anishinabek Police Service officer says fire believed to be accidental and caused by a wood stove.
Simulation lab opens at Thunder Bay Regional <b>(4 photos)</b>

Simulation lab opens at Thunder Bay Regional (4 photos)

New facility, paid for in part by a $500,000 donation from the Muslim Physicians Association, will allow health-care professionals to hone their skills before testing them out on patients.
Inquest into 2014 in-custody death postponed

Inquest into 2014 in-custody death postponed

Don Mamakwa, 44, died while in police custody in 2014 and the province's Special Investigations Unit ruled police may have dismissed a health issue too hastily.
Police targeting distracted drivers

Police targeting distracted drivers

Thunder Bay roadways are among the safest in Ontario, but not paying attention behind the wheel is still a leading cause of collisions and near collisions.