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Heidi Ulrichsen

Heidi Ulrichsen

Heidi Ulrichsen is the associate content editor at Sudbury.com. She also covers education and the arts scene for Northern Life and Sudbury.com. Follow her on Twitter @HeidiUlrichsen. She can be reached by email at hulrichsen@sudbury.com.

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Recent Work by Heidi

'Journey to the Memorial Cup': Zulich has high hopes for his Wolves this season

'Journey to the Memorial Cup': Zulich has high hopes for his Wolves this season

Almost 50 prospects will be whittled down to this year's version of The Pack
Ribfest 2019: Popular festival about to get a whole lot greener

Ribfest 2019: Popular festival about to get a whole lot greener

Volunteers will sort waste, reuseable souvenir cups available for purchase
My Mother's Songs: A daughter's on-stage tribute to the late Sudbury journalist Sherry Drysdale

My Mother's Songs: A daughter's on-stage tribute to the late Sudbury journalist Sherry Drysdale

Miriam Drysdale said her mother was a big fan of Frank Sinatra, David Bowie and Led Zeppelin
'Honour his memory': Mural a tribute to late Sudbury artist and architect Oryst Sawchuk

'Honour his memory': Mural a tribute to late Sudbury artist and architect Oryst Sawchuk

Artist Monique Legault using Sawchuk's work in new mural going up in downtown pedestrian underpass
'It's going to be a great year': Cinéfest releases full 2019 lineup

'It's going to be a great year': Cinéfest releases full 2019 lineup

Diverse gala lineup includes includes one film shot in Northern Ontario
Expect a party: Juno-winning Up Here headliner Milk & Bone

Expect a party: Juno-winning Up Here headliner Milk & Bone

Montréal-based electronic pop duo says their music is about 'love and desire and friendship and tension'
Up Here's back! Nickel City's wackiest summer festival returns this week

Up Here's back! Nickel City's wackiest summer festival returns this week

Fifth edition of urban art and music festival will see derelict Paris Street hospital painted by famed graffiti artist
<updated>'Eyesore into eye candy':</updated> Up Here excited to turn St. Joe's hospital into Canada's largest mural

'Eyesore into eye candy': Up Here excited to turn St. Joe's hospital into Canada's largest mural

Entire surface of the hospital — including the windows — will be painted over in abstract 'moray of colours'
Off the grid learning shows university students to live with the land in Serpent River

Off the grid learning shows university students to live with the land in Serpent River

University of Sudbury course sees students spend 10 days in the bush to learn more about Mother Nature, and themselves
Off-the-grid learning: University course takes back-to-the-land approach to Indigenous culture studies

Off-the-grid learning: University course takes back-to-the-land approach to Indigenous culture studies

University of Sudbury course sees students spend 10 days in the bush to learn more about Mother Nature, and themselves