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Michael Charlebois

Michael Charlebois

Michael Charlebois was born and raised in Thunder Bay, where he attended St. Patrick High School and graduated in 2015. He graduated from Carleton University in Ottawa where he studied journalism. During the summer months, he works for Tbnewswatch.com with an emphasis on community news. Growing up around the Lakehead men’s basketball team, Michael loves basketball, and writes freelance about music and culture.

Recent Work by Michael

CIBC Run for the Cure coming in October

CIBC Run for the Cure coming in October

Organizers are expecting the run to raise $60,000 for breast cancer research and treatment
Pearson Airport CEO visits Thunder Bay

Pearson Airport CEO visits Thunder Bay

Howard Eng spoke at a CEDC Conference on Thursday
Mayor's Mulligan helps out local children looking to get active <b>(3 photos)</b>

Mayor's Mulligan helps out local children looking to get active (3 photos)

Proceeds from the tournament goes towards PRO Kids.
Vox Popular Festival returns to the screen

Vox Popular Festival returns to the screen

The four-day film festival features a variety of media art productions, and more than 60 films.
Firefighters honour first-responder victims of 9/11 attacks

Firefighters honour first-responder victims of 9/11 attacks

The attacks were the deadliest incident for firefighters in U.S. history.
Lakehead's indigenous lounge gets major upgrade <b>(5 photos)</b>

Lakehead's indigenous lounge gets major upgrade (5 photos)

Formerly in an overcrowded room in the basement of Lakehead University, the new lounge is bigger, brighter, and better representative of Indigenous culture.
Lakehead has 'no doubt' they're about to take next step <b>(7 photos)</b>

Lakehead has 'no doubt' they're about to take next step (7 photos)

After reaching the playoffs in a scrambled season, the Lakehead men's basketball team is focused on becoming an elite OUA team in 2019-20
Cyclers raise money for Northern Cancer Fund&nbsp;<b style="font-size: 37.1px;">(6 photos)</b>

Cyclers raise money for Northern Cancer Fund (6 photos)

The Central Canada Charity Ride, in its 11th year, had a new starting point and title sponsor
Virtual golf and sports bar coming to Thunder Bay <b>(3 photos)</b>

Virtual golf and sports bar coming to Thunder Bay (3 photos)

On The Links will occupy the former Quality Market building on Golf Links Road, and is expected to open in the fall.
Lakehead coffee shop gets major revamp <b>(5 photos)</b>

Lakehead coffee shop gets major revamp (5 photos)

Renovations to the student-run coffee shop, The Study, was a LUSU reinvestment.