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Gary Rinne

Gary Rinne

Born and raised in Thunder Bay, Gary started part-time at Tbnewswatch in 2016 after retiring from the CBC where he worked as news producer. Prior to the CBC he spent more than 30 years in radio and television news at Dougall Media. He enjoys researching and writing stories on just about any subject. Gary likes travelling and spending time at camp.

Recent Work by Gary

<b>UPDATED:</b> Chamber president laments Lowe's job losses but says other stores may benefit

UPDATED: Chamber president laments Lowe's job losses but says other stores may benefit

Charla Robinson says it's another sign of the changing retail marketplace.
Thunder Bay Police Board getting its own office and staff

Thunder Bay Police Board getting its own office and staff

Chair Celina Reitberger says the board needs to show it's 'a separate entity'
NW Ontario priest wins appeal to bring family member from Philippines

NW Ontario priest wins appeal to bring family member from Philippines

The Immigration Appeal Division called the case 'unique and compelling'
City staff recommend $333,000 in property taxes be written off

City staff recommend $333,000 in property taxes be written off

Taxes are owed on properties which failed to sell in the 2019 tax sale.
UPDATED: CN Rail strike will impact grain shipments (2 Photos)

UPDATED: CN Rail strike will impact grain shipments (2 Photos)

Thunder Bay will be affected less than some other ports
Contractors take close-up look at Boulevard Lake Dam (3 Photos)

Contractors take close-up look at Boulevard Lake Dam (3 Photos)

The City of Thunder Bay wants repairs to start next spring.
Red Rock says it's taking Riversedge Developments to court (3 Photos)

Red Rock says it's taking Riversedge Developments to court (3 Photos)

Company president Justus Veldman says he took over 'a great big mess'
Lakehead University explains why security guards hand out taxi vouchers

Lakehead University explains why security guards hand out taxi vouchers

Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler raised questions after the death of a man discharged from hospital.
Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug seeks to protect 1.3 million hectares

Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug seeks to protect 1.3 million hectares

Federal government funding of $300,000 will pay for studies and planning
Thunder Bay hospital downsizes its over-capacity problem (2 Photos)

Thunder Bay hospital downsizes its over-capacity problem (2 Photos)

The incidence of over-capacity has plummeted from 94 per cent last year.