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From left, Habitat for Humanity Thunder Bay ReStore manager Tyson Neill holds a board for Rob Voisin, director of national ReStore and product services, with Guy Cameron, local ReStore warehouse manager, during a ceremony Wednesday to officially open the expanded outlet on Squier Street. Neill says Thunder Bay’s generosity forced the expansion. 
(Brent Linton)
From left, Habitat for Humanity Thunder Bay ReStore manager Tyson Neill holds a board for Rob Voisin, director of national ReStore and product services, with Guy Cameron, local ReStore warehouse manager, during a ceremony Wednesday to officially open the expanded outlet on Squier Street. Neill says Thunder Bay’s generosity forced the expansion. (Brent Linton)

The success of the Habitat for Humanity ReStore nails home the point with a renovated and expanded building which officially opened Wednesday.

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