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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.

Email
gary.rinne@dougallmedia.com

Recent Work by Gary

Another truckers group presses for improved highway transport training

Another truckers group presses for improved highway transport training

Truckers for Safer Highways also wants enforcement stepped up
Nuclear Waste Management Organization studies road and rail for shipping used fuel bundles

Nuclear Waste Management Organization studies road and rail for shipping used fuel bundles

The NWMO has released two planning documents but says they will be revised in years to come
Trucker launches petition to improve training for truck drivers

Trucker launches petition to improve training for truck drivers

Richard Deschamps says most truckers are awesome, but many are too inexperienced.
Riversedge Developments ordered to pay Red Rock nearly $1.9 million in back taxes and penalties

Riversedge Developments ordered to pay Red Rock nearly $1.9 million in back taxes and penalties

Riversedge Developments CEO Justus Veldman says he and Red Rock have agreed to work together
Modular home manufacturer thrives in the former Global Sticks plant

Modular home manufacturer thrives in the former Global Sticks plant

Smart Modular Canada currently employs about 40 people
Thunder Bay's Midtown Inn to be converted to a boutique hotel

Thunder Bay's Midtown Inn to be converted to a boutique hotel

A Mississauga developer will convert the hotel to an Aiden by Best Western
Ignace and the Nuclear Waste Management Organization tighten their working relationship

Ignace and the Nuclear Waste Management Organization tighten their working relationship

Wabigoon Lake First Nation chief says 'We're not ready at this point'
A Thunder Bay business faces $55,000 in court costs for challenging a closure order

A Thunder Bay business faces $55,000 in court costs for challenging a closure order

The owner of the North Shore Laser Clinic feels her business was made a scapegoat
Demolition of paper mill biomass boiler upsets Fort Frances councillor

Demolition of paper mill biomass boiler upsets Fort Frances councillor

Douglas Judson says investments of provincial taxpayer dollars need better guarantees.
Thunder Bay's Dougall Media one of the 'last of the independents'

Thunder Bay's Dougall Media one of the 'last of the independents'

Hector Dougall gets CRTC approval to assume ownership of northwestern Ontario media company's radio and TV stations