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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

New Cambrian program aimed at indigenous students seeking intro to post-secondary studies

New Cambrian program aimed at indigenous students seeking intro to post-secondary studies

Career exploration, indigenous studies and more in one-year certificate program
'Doug Ford has forced us' onto picket lines, says Sudbury teachers' union prez

'Doug Ford has forced us' onto picket lines, says Sudbury teachers' union prez

Barb Blasutti of the Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario suggests parents upset with strikes write to gov't to voice their displeasure
Strikes 'not about the money': English Catholic teachers' union Sudbury prez

Strikes 'not about the money': English Catholic teachers' union Sudbury prez

English Catholic teachers were out Tuesday, English public elementary teachers strike in Greater Sudbury Wednesday
Retired union activist, Cambrian prof comes out with 1st album

Retired union activist, Cambrian prof comes out with 1st album

John Closs holds launch party for 'Horizons' Jan. 18
'Beppi' regreened Laurentian before regreening was a thing: Now LU is preserving his legacy

'Beppi' regreened Laurentian before regreening was a thing: Now LU is preserving his legacy

Grounds foreman Giuseppe 'Beppi' Curridor's work was an inspiration to LU biologists working on Sudbury's regreening efforts
Rotating teachers' strikes have hit Greater Sudbury, and more are on the horizon

Rotating teachers' strikes have hit Greater Sudbury, and more are on the horizon

English Catholic teachers planning one-day strike across Ontario Tuesday, Jan. 21
Community invited to take part in candlelight vigil for victims of New Year's Day crash

Community invited to take part in candlelight vigil for victims of New Year's Day crash

The Osagie family were newcomers to Greater Sudbury when a crash on Jan. 1 claimed the lives of their three young children
App developed locally to connect Indigenous kids to health services is going national

App developed locally to connect Indigenous kids to health services is going national

Health tool developed by Wikwemikong health centre and Laurentian University going Canada-wide thanks to $1.5M federal grant
Sober Sudbury social group all about intoxicant-free fun

Sober Sudbury social group all about intoxicant-free fun

Beth Mairs 'broke up' with booze 4 years ago and is seeking similarly-minded peopleĀ 
River & Sky, extended edition: No need to tear yourself away from Fishers' Paradise in 2020

River & Sky, extended edition: No need to tear yourself away from Fishers' Paradise in 2020

You can book your 'Waiting Out Winter' passes now