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Gentili: Podcasts that I love

Gentili: Podcasts that I love

Editor Mark Gentili is a big-time consumer of podcasts, so this week he decided to share a few of his favourites
Gentili: The auditor general looking into Laurentian? That’s just what the doctor ordered

Gentili: The auditor general looking into Laurentian? That’s just what the doctor ordered

Having the province’s arm’s length auditor go through the university’s books may yield the answers so many have been clamouring for
On the level: The Tytler Cycle is not one I can ride

On the level: The Tytler Cycle is not one I can ride

A quote that keeps popping up in right-wing circles blames the inevitable downfall of democracy on the greed of the average voter, but does that really make any sense?
Gentili: Spare a thought for the faculty, staff and students of Laurentian today

Gentili: Spare a thought for the faculty, staff and students of Laurentian today

April 12 is the day termination notices were sent out to faculty and staff at Sudbury’s university
<updated>Gentili: </updated>News moves fast but sometimes journalism takes time

Gentili: News moves fast but sometimes journalism takes time

A story about a Sudbury man charged under the Quarantine Act led to criticism of our coverage, but getting the story right often means slowing down
<updated>Gentili: </updated>Here’s why we don’t allow comments on stories that have a racial element

Gentili: Here’s why we don’t allow comments on stories that have a racial element

Comment sections aren’t the place to debate complex social issues
<updated>Gentili: </updated>Reining in payday lenders and the Le Ledo nothingburger

Gentili: Reining in payday lenders and the Le Ledo nothingburger

Kudos to council for pushing back on payday lenders. Plus, if you’re going to propose a development and refuse to be public about who you are, why should anyone take you seriously?
Gentili: Preparing for the worst versus hoping for the best

Gentili: Preparing for the worst versus hoping for the best

After SARS and H1N1, you would have thought governments would have been better prepared for COVID-19
Gentili: The terrible art of mourning in a time of pandemic

Gentili: The terrible art of mourning in a time of pandemic

The only uncle editor Mark Gentili had left passed away this week and like many Canadians who have lost loved ones at this time, mourning just isn’t the same
Gentili: Honestly, we’re still debating back-to-school at my house

Gentili: Honestly, we’re still debating back-to-school at my house

Editor Mark Gentili shares his family’s process for deciding what form back to school will look like for them