Amy Hadley

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Most COVID-19 restrictions have lifted, so why are so many thrift store change rooms still closed?

Fitting rooms that closed amid COVID-19 concerns haven't reopened at many popular second-hand stores, and some customers are wondering why.
Audio Series

This Makes It Personal: How climate change is affecting life in northwestern Ontario

This spring, the CBC's Amy Hadley set out to explore climate change's effect on northwestern Ontario: From how a remote First Nation is adapting to changing water and patterns, to wolverines and their changing habitats, and a support group helping people through climate anxiety. Check out the entire audio series here.

Video launch highlights campaign for youth transition home in Atikokan, Ont.

Leaders of an effort to build a transition home for young people aging out of care in northwestern Ontario, hope a newly produced video will add some momentum to the campaign.

Operation Remote Immunity 2.0 to take flight Monday

An effort to vaccinate youth in Ontario's fly-in First Nations is set to launch on May 31.

As more pot shops pop up, Thunder Bay retailers confident consumer demand can keep up

As more recreational cannabis stores pop up across Thunder Bay, Ont., existing retailers say they feel confident the demand is there to support the growth. 

Pilot project would offer free menstrual products in city facilities

A pilot project that would provide free menstrual products at city facilities in Thunder Bay, Ont. is moving one step forward.

Thunder Bay strength athlete wins world championship title

A Thunder Bay, Ont. strength athlete is celebrating a big win at an international competition.

Lakehead international students serve up cookbook for the community

Even while studying long distance during the pandemic, a group of international students enrolled at Lakehead University have found a way to connect with the community of Thunder Bay, Ont., and each other. 

Thunder Bay lays out path to net-zero in draft strategy

A draft plan that lays out a strategy for Thunder Bay, Ont. to reach net-zero carbon emissions by the year 2050, is now open to public review. 

Greater food sovereignty aim of new garden project in Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug First Nation

Inspired by the pandemic, in Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug First Nation, people are launching a new garden initiative that they hope will have long-lasting impacts on health and food sovereignty.