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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 performing spoken word poetry and writing short fiction.

Email
cfleury@dougallmedia.com

Recent Work by Clint

Tick season arrives in Northwestern Ontario

Tick season arrives in Northwestern Ontario

The Northwest Health Unit advises the public to stay vigilant when enjoying the outdoors.
Two local municipalities receive funding for road work

Two local municipalities receive funding for road work

Dryden and Fort Frances received Connecting Links funding to aid in road rehabilitation.
OPP officers will be equipped with body cameras

OPP officers will be equipped with body cameras

OPP Northwest Region has announced that officers will now wear body cameras as part of a provincial technology enhancement program.
Rainy River OPP lays drug charges in Fort Frances

Rainy River OPP lays drug charges in Fort Frances

The Rainy River OPP has arrested and charged one individual in Fort Frances.
OPP lays robbery charges in Sioux Lookout

OPP lays robbery charges in Sioux Lookout

Sioux Lookout OPP has laid a robbery charge after an incident in the downtown area.
One person charged after early morning collision

One person charged after early morning collision

A collision on Highway 17 resulted in one person charged after another person was taken to hospital.
Suspected arson closed bathrooms at town beach

Suspected arson closed bathrooms at town beach

The Sioux Lookout OPP is investigating a suspected arson at the town beach.  
Fedorak's resilience prompts OPP to arrest one individual for animal cruelty

Fedorak's resilience prompts OPP to arrest one individual for animal cruelty

After Julie Ann Fedorak reported an animal in distress to the Rainy River OPP, police arrested and charged her neighbour for animal cruelty.
Two arrested in Kenora for drug trafficking

Two arrested in Kenora for drug trafficking

Two individuals are facing drug trafficking charges following an investigation by the Kenora Community Street Crime Unit (CSCU) of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP).
Drugs seized in Deer Lake First Nation

Drugs seized in Deer Lake First Nation

Nishnawbe Aski Police Service (NAPS) officers responded to a disturbance in Deer Lake First Nation and arrested and charged a male with numerous drug-trafficking related offences Saturday.
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