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Clint Fleury

Clint Fleury

Clint Fleury is a web reporter covering Northwestern Ontario and the Superior North Regions. Born in Winnipeg, Clint moved to Thunder Bay to pursue his passion for writing. He has a particular interest in performing spoken word poetry and writing short fiction.

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cfleury@dougallmedia.com

Recent Work by Clint

City of Kenora constructing new road on former Abitibi Mill site

City of Kenora constructing new road on former Abitibi Mill site

The $1.6-million investment will make way for residential, industrial development
Marathon receives funding to build new homes

Marathon receives funding to build new homes

Ottawa funds north shore community to boost its housing stock by 60 homes over the next three years
The digital divide is felt in the North

The digital divide is felt in the North

Majority of rural, remote people left without high-speed internet, despite feds boasting of wide coverage, says Blue Sky
Mill closure sends a wave of caution through Northern Ontario

Mill closure sends a wave of caution through Northern Ontario

With the AV Terrace Bay Mill shut down, the impact on Ontario’s forestry sector could be felt in Greenstone
Fort Frances council wants feds to look at buying international bridge

Fort Frances council wants feds to look at buying international bridge

Fort Frances council voted to lobby the federal government to buy the international bridge.
First Nations leaders demand to see premier

First Nations leaders demand to see premier

Land Defence Alliance sends strong message to Premier Doug Ford that no mining will take place without consultation with First Nations
Marathon looking to address housing shortage as mining boom looms

Marathon looking to address housing shortage as mining boom looms

Marathon adding to housing stock as Generation Mining finalizes construction plans
Greenstone lobbying for highway rest stop, trucker training

Greenstone lobbying for highway rest stop, trucker training

Support for long-haul truckers could reduce dangerous driving along Highway 11-17 corridor, council argues
Mining boom prompts approval of transmission line in northwestern Ontario

Mining boom prompts approval of transmission line in northwestern Ontario

Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) recommends Hydro One constructs phase two Waasigan Transmission Line between Atikokan and Dryden
'Ontario has some of the safest roads,' says MTO

'Ontario has some of the safest roads,' says MTO

Ministry issues statement regarding NDP’s call for Ford government to enforce and regulate truckers driving schools.
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