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Austin Campbell, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

Austin Campbell, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

Originating from London, ON, Austin has lived and worked in Thunder Bay for close to a decade, including time spent obtaining his HBA and MA in English at Lakehead University. Now, he happily contributes to the ever-evolving landscape of journalism in Northern Ontario through Canada's LJI program and swears he is going to complete that novel he's been working on.

He currently resides on the Fort William side of Thunder Bay with his partner and their adopted cat (see: furry dependent), Tux.

Email
acampbell@dougallmedia.com

Recent Work by Austin

Marathon re-evaluates municipal accommodation tax

Marathon re-evaluates municipal accommodation tax

Council mulls boost to short-term accommodation tax to six per cent
Door remains open for Indigenous dialogue, says Ring of Fire mine developer

Door remains open for Indigenous dialogue, says Ring of Fire mine developer

Wyloo CEO says company will continue outreach to project opponents
Marten Falls First Nation celebrates opening of community store

Marten Falls First Nation celebrates opening of community store

New store will help fight food insecurity, with profits returned to community
Greenstone Gold mine offers glimpse into commissioning process

Greenstone Gold mine offers glimpse into commissioning process

After recently announcing construction is 96 per cent complete at the Greenstone Gold mine, the mine is looking to ramp up hiring, with a focus on local employment.
Newbies to Superior's north shore can help fill the ranks of the mining industry

Newbies to Superior's north shore can help fill the ranks of the mining industry

Confederation College's Mining Potential program will offer free entry-level training for newcomers, women, youth
Red Rock readies infrastructure for busy times ahead

Red Rock readies infrastructure for busy times ahead

Ongoing developments in business in Red Rock mean a greater focus on infrastructural improvements
Former Nipigon plywood mill site not suitable for biochar plant

Former Nipigon plywood mill site not suitable for biochar plant

Environmental contaminants has company looking for alternative sight in rural township
Marathon and Biitigong Nishnaabeg make preparations ahead of mine approval

Marathon and Biitigong Nishnaabeg make preparations ahead of mine approval

North Shore Municipality, First Nation plan and build for an influx of workers and families
Biigtigong Nishnaabeg expanding water capacity with connection to Lake Superior

Biigtigong Nishnaabeg expanding water capacity with connection to Lake Superior

Community's new water treatment facility will meet growing demand, combat boil water advisories
Marten Falls First Nation invests in 51 per cent ownership of Bay Meats

Marten Falls First Nation invests in 51 per cent ownership of Bay Meats

Marten Falls First Nation now owns a majority stake in Bay Meats Butcher Shop, opening doors to greater connection and market participation
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