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Justin Hardy

Justin Hardy

Justin Hardy is a reporter born and raised in the Northwest. He recently graduated from Confederation College's film production program, and began working for tbnewswatch.com in July 2021

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jhardy@dougallmedia.com

Recent Work by Justin

Indigenous economic impact analysis to be conducted in Thunder Bay

Indigenous economic impact analysis to be conducted in Thunder Bay

The first draft of the analysis is expected to be completed later this year
Thunder Bay port closes for 2023 shipping season

Thunder Bay port closes for 2023 shipping season

Port authority saw positive trending volumes with grain and potash shipments
Fort William First Nation students complete Introductory construction course

Fort William First Nation students complete Introductory construction course

Carpentry training program established in partnership with LiUNA
Finished four-lane section of Highway 11-17 to open to traffic

Finished four-lane section of Highway 11-17 to open to traffic

Residents advised to use caution when entering and exiting driveways and side roads onto the new highway
Greenstone unveils new airport name

Greenstone unveils new airport name

The new name is intended to honour the work of a former mayor of Greenstone
Marathon breaks ground on scenic Pebble Beach project

Marathon breaks ground on scenic Pebble Beach project

$1.35-million project will see the construction of viewing platforms, walkways overlooking Lake Superior
Drones set sail on Lake Superior

Drones set sail on Lake Superior

This is the second year of a multi-year, multi-partner mission in the Great Lakes
Thunder Bay airport down one runway during construction

Thunder Bay airport down one runway during construction

Airport runway and supporting infrastructure will receive $20-million upgrade
Resolute and Fort William First Nation break ground, celebrate growing partnership

Resolute and Fort William First Nation break ground, celebrate growing partnership

The project is planned to be complete in late October with a total of 35 new jobs being created.
New partnership to build skilled trades capacity in the North

New partnership to build skilled trades capacity in the North

Impala Canada providing $120,000 to help Confederation College promote skilled trades in the northwest
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