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Vicki Gilhula

Vicki Gilhula

Vicki Gilhula is a freelance writer.

Recent Work by Vicki

Helpers: Cortney St. Jean is an Uptown girl

Helpers: Cortney St. Jean is an Uptown girl

Chair of the Uptown CAN since 2018, St. Jean helps to keep her neighbourhood beautiful
Helpers: The small but mighty Royal Purple Lodge 148

Helpers: The small but mighty Royal Purple Lodge 148

They might have fewer than 10 members, but Sudbury’s Royal Purple Lodge volunteers get it done
Journeys: Jim Gordon, Uncle Willie and a life in politics

Journeys: Jim Gordon, Uncle Willie and a life in politics

In this installment of Journeys, we catch up with Sudbury’s longest serving mayor, Jim Gordon, whose career left an indelible mark on the Nickel City
Success: From the streets of Coniston to the B.C. Supreme Court

Success: From the streets of Coniston to the B.C. Supreme Court

Sandra (Hawes) Sukstorf grew up in Coniston, but her career has taken her to some surprising places over the years
Journeys: Julie Moskalyk, from bluecoat to science director

Journeys: Julie Moskalyk, from bluecoat to science director

The retiring director of Science North looks back on the 39 years she spent sharing her love of science with the world
Helpers: BioPed Footwear helping to reduce poverty in Caribbean

Helpers: BioPed Footwear helping to reduce poverty in Caribbean

Lisa Labreche says visiting Haiti as an ambassador for Soles4Souls has been a life-changing experience
Helpers: ‘Handy Andy’ a familiar face at Sudbury festivals

Helpers: ‘Handy Andy’ a familiar face at Sudbury festivals

Recognizable for his signature Tilley hat, Andy McClellan considers himself a ‘Walmart greeter’ when he’s on festival duty
Helpers: Salvation Army set to ring the bells for Kettle Campaign

Helpers: Salvation Army set to ring the bells for Kettle Campaign

Sudbury Salvation Army pastors excited to kick off another Christmas campaign as it continues its mission to help the less fortunate
Success: American broadcast veteran remembers CKSO days fondly

Success: American broadcast veteran remembers CKSO days fondly

Alan Nesbit worked at CKSO TV and Radio in Sudbury from 1961 to 1964 before going on to have a successful career in television in the U.S.
Photos: Remembering the deadly 1970 tornado

Photos: Remembering the deadly 1970 tornado

Winds of up to 332 km/h ripped through parts of the city, killing six, injuring some 200, wrecking hundreds of homes and causing tens of millions of dollars in damage
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