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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

Milestone revenue marks inequitable impact for First Nations communities

Milestone revenue marks inequitable impact for First Nations communities

Although the surrounding First Nations are celebrating Musselwhite’s success and contribution to employment and business opportunities, some leaders raised concerns about the impact on those communities that have yet to be addressed.   
NOHFC invests in Signature Trail enhancements

NOHFC invests in Signature Trail enhancements

The City of Dryden will NOHFC grant to complete trail enhancements along the riverfront Signature Trail.
Dryden GM continues to support the Ice Dogs

Dryden GM continues to support the Ice Dogs

Dryden General Motors will continue to sponsor the Dryden Ice Dog for this upcoming season.
Newmont Musselwhite celebrates 25 years of mining

Newmont Musselwhite celebrates 25 years of mining

The Musselwhite mine has marked 25 years of operations, announcing it hit a milestone of 5 million ounces of gold plucked from the largest gold mine operating in Canada.   
NOHFC improves accessibility for Fort Frances and Alberton

NOHFC improves accessibility for Fort Frances and Alberton

The Ontario Government gives $86,000 to a local Fort Frances grocer and the Township of Alberton’s Fire Department.
OPP to upgrade video surveillance systems

OPP to upgrade video surveillance systems

The Dryden and Sioux Lookout Police Service Boards will expand video surveillance technology thanks to a new provincial investment.
EMS waited for OPP before entering Onigaming First Nation: KDSB

EMS waited for OPP before entering Onigaming First Nation: KDSB

The Kenora District Services Board has confirmed paramedics were awaiting police support while an Onigaming FIrst Nation man died.
Ontario investing in three Kenora projects

Ontario investing in three Kenora projects

The Ontario Government invests $1.4 million in Grand Council Treaty Three, Kenora Nordic and Biathlon Club, and Kenora Chiefs Advisory Inc.
Police response questioned after drag event prompts false allegations

Police response questioned after drag event prompts false allegations

A "drag storytime" event in Dryden became the target of false allegations that organizers say Ontario Provincial Police took surprisingly seriously.
Community Foundation appoints new executive director

Community Foundation appoints new executive director

The Board of Directors and Operation Team with the Kenora and Lake of the Woods Regional Community Foundation has appointed Mr. Mustafa Karim as their new executive director.