Skip to content

Doug Diaczuk

Doug Diaczuk

Doug Diaczuk is a reporter and award-winning author from Thunder Bay. He has a master’s degree in English from Lakehead University and has been working as a freelance and full-time reporter for more than seven years. His work has been published in Geist, SubTerrain, and Quill and Quire Magazine. Doug has been a member of the Tbnewswatch team since 2016 and covers stories relating to arts and entertainment, community events, health care, and court.

Twitter: @DougDiaczuk

Recent Work by Doug

New venue a success for Ribfest <b>(18 photos)</b>

New venue a success for Ribfest (18 photos)

Ribfest organizers say feedback on the move to the CLE grounds has been overwhelmingly positive
Police take the plunge in support of Special Olympics <b>(11 photos)</b>

Police take the plunge in support of Special Olympics (11 photos)

A fundraiser in support of the upcoming Special Olympics Winter Games in Thunder Bay saw members of the Thunder Bay Police Service braving the dunk tank.
Seven Youth Inquest grade continues to improve after third year

Seven Youth Inquest grade continues to improve after third year

The overall grade for the implementation of the 145 recommendations from the Seven Youth Inquest has risen from a B+ to an A-
A Northern hub of curiosity <b>(3 photos)</b>

A Northern hub of curiosity (3 photos)

A new THINK Hub at Brodie Street Library is providing youth an opportunity to explore science and engineering with hands on experiments.
Murillo Fair still celebrating agricultural life 128 years later <b>(20 photos)</b>

Murillo Fair still celebrating agricultural life 128 years later (20 photos)

The 128th Murillo Fair wrapped up another successful year and even the rain on Sunday couldn't dampen the spirits of horse riders
Cannons thunder during reenactment of War of 1812 battle <b>(14 photos)</b>

Cannons thunder during reenactment of War of 1812 battle (14 photos)

The fictionalized reenactment of a battle at Fort William Historical Park between the North West Company and American troops demonstrates the tactics and lives of people during the War of 1812
Red Cross assisting people displaced by Simpson Street fire

Red Cross assisting people displaced by Simpson Street fire

Three people are without a home after a fire destroyed a Simpson Street structure early Thursday morning.
Oliver-Paipoonge race track expects to open next spring <b>(4 photos)</b>

Oliver-Paipoonge race track expects to open next spring (4 photos)

The Dairy Queen International Speedway located on Highway 130 is looking to hold stock-car races next spring.
<b>UPDATE:</b> Early morning fire destroys building <b>(17 photos)</b>

UPDATE: Early morning fire destroys building (17 photos)

Early morning fire destroys building on Simpson Street.
Anishinabek Employment service continuing to fill training gap

Anishinabek Employment service continuing to fill training gap

Anishinabek Employment and Training Services receives $16 million in federal funding and opened a new centre at Waverley Resource Library