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Allana McDougall

Allana McDougall

Allana McDougall is a new media reporter at Northern Life. She is Anishinaabe from Hiawatha First Nation, and joined the Northern Life editorial team in January 2018. Follow her on Twitter at @allanamcdougall or reach her by email at amcdougall@sudbury.com.

Recent Work by Allana

<updated>Video:</updated> New clinic the first of its kind to offer fertility services in the North

Video: New clinic the first of its kind to offer fertility services in the North

Patients no longer have to travel hours to have simple tests done
Are you ready to run? CIBC Run for the Cure is two weeks away

Are you ready to run? CIBC Run for the Cure is two weeks away

If you donate before Sept. 13, CIBC will match all donations up to $500,000
Here's how police disposed of those four homemade bombs they found Saturday on Tedman Street

Here's how police disposed of those four homemade bombs they found Saturday on Tedman Street

Robots and bomb suits came in handy
Firefighters quickly douse Moonlight-area shed fire that spread to nearby trees

Firefighters quickly douse Moonlight-area shed fire that spread to nearby trees

Fire caused about $50K in damages
Tedman Avenue explosives: Neighbour describes suspect as 'a very nice man'

Tedman Avenue explosives: Neighbour describes suspect as 'a very nice man'

'I couldn't see him doing anything dangerous,' neighbour says
What is the 'Junction Creek Amazing Race'? View our <updated>gallery</updated> to find out!

What is the 'Junction Creek Amazing Race'? View our gallery to find out!

Event raised funds and awareness that will expand free children's educational programming and restoration efforts at Junction Creek
<updated>Gallery</updated>: Is there anything more beautiful than community? Valley East Days makes us wonder

Gallery: Is there anything more beautiful than community? Valley East Days makes us wonder

Events continue today with fireworks at dusk
First Nations consent and environmental impact dominate concerns at Ring of Fire demonstration on Ramsey Lake Road

First Nations consent and environmental impact dominate concerns at Ring of Fire demonstration on Ramsey Lake Road

Traffic stopped for approximately 3 minutes at three-hour long protest
<updated>Infographic:</updated> Needles in Greater Sudbury by the numbers

Infographic: Needles in Greater Sudbury by the numbers

Harm reduction supply distribution increased between 2016 and 2018 -- here's how many needles get returned
<updated>RibFest is here!</updated> Grills are warmed up at new location on Minto Street — are you ready to eat? (Gallery)

RibFest is here! Grills are warmed up at new location on Minto Street — are you ready to eat? (Gallery)

Competitive teams were up early at 10 a.m. Friday, and they're happy to serve you