Skip to content
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 writing and performing spoken word poetry and writing short fiction.

Twitter @cfleury315

Email
cfleury@dougallmedia.com

Recent Work by Clint

Marathon mayor wants youth to have easier access to skilled trades

Marathon mayor wants youth to have easier access to skilled trades

Rick Dumas plans to address skills development opportunities for mine project at upcoming municipal conference
Construction begins on Hornepayne’s Studio 6 hotel this spring

Construction begins on Hornepayne’s Studio 6 hotel this spring

Winnipeg's Rideout Bay Developments breaks ground on $7.2-million project on April 2
Hornepayne expecting to soon have a hotel for first time in 13 years

Hornepayne expecting to soon have a hotel for first time in 13 years

Winnipeg-based company Rideout will begin construction on a new 46-unit hotel this spring.
Greenstone struggling to hire municipal staff as mine ramps up

Greenstone struggling to hire municipal staff as mine ramps up

With a 25 per cent turnover, northwestern municipality losing public works staff to mine project
NWMO reveals concepts for Centre of Expertise in Ignace

NWMO reveals concepts for Centre of Expertise in Ignace

A $21-million Centre of Expertise will accompany deep geological repository for nuclear waste
Nipigon Bridge to be spotlighted on Discovery Channel

Nipigon Bridge to be spotlighted on Discovery Channel

Film crew in the community to document 2016 engineering blunder
Historic milestone for First Nation communities as they become 50/50 partners with Hydro One

Historic milestone for First Nation communities as they become 50/50 partners with Hydro One

An estimated $760 million in revenue will be generated for communities of the Gwayakocchigewin Limited Partnership
After years of delays, the East-West Tie Line is complete

After years of delays, the East-West Tie Line is complete

After three years of delays involving a pandemic and forest fires, the East-West Tie Transmission Line is now complete.