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Heidi Ulrichsen

Heidi Ulrichsen

Heidi Ulrichsen is the assistant editor at Sudbury.com. She also covers education and the arts scene. Follow her on Twitter @HeidiUlrichsen. She can be reached by email at [email protected].

Recent Work by Heidi

Fierté Sudbury Pride will not be holding a parade after all

Fierté Sudbury Pride will not be holding a parade after all

This is the second year in a row the parade has been cancelled due to controversy over the need to involve police for traffic control
Women & Girls: Releasing EP cathartic for Sudbury woman

Women & Girls: Releasing EP cathartic for Sudbury woman

In becoming a mom, Jessy Brunette thought she’d retired from music (aside from playing the Wiggles), but she decided that needed to change after her marriage ended
Video: Sudbury.com sends our editor back to kindergarten

Video: Sudbury.com sends our editor back to kindergarten

Mark Gentili is definitely a kid at heart, and sometimes does seem like he’s still in kindergarten, so we sent him back to school recently at Redwood Acres Public School
Meet Alex Tétreault, Greater Sudbury’s newest poet laureate

Meet Alex Tétreault, Greater Sudbury’s newest poet laureate

Induction of city’s eighth poet laureate also served as an opportunity to bid farewell to its first, Roger Nash, who is moving to British Columbia in July
Laurentian University staff in first contract talks since insolvency

Laurentian University staff in first contract talks since insolvency

Union official says staff trying to put feeling of being ‘betrayed’ behind them, says it’s time for Laurentian, which is in a ‘good financial position,’ to give back
Drone show replacing fireworks at Science North this Canada Day

Drone show replacing fireworks at Science North this Canada Day

Science centre touts the benefits of going with drone show over traditional fireworks display
President: Cambrian’s record $41M surplus marks ‘last good year’

President: Cambrian’s record $41M surplus marks ‘last good year’

Kristine Morrissey tells the board not to expect more record budget surpluses following changes to government policy restricting international students coming to Canada
Bold: Senior hiker takes last crack at tough Silhouette trail

Bold: Senior hiker takes last crack at tough Silhouette trail

Nearly eaten alive by blackflies and with both his hiking partners dropping out along the way, Murray Skan thrilled to reach his goal of completing Killarney’s 78-km Silhouette for the 5th and final time in late May
After ‘blowback,’ Bell Park Canada Day event will now pay musicians

After ‘blowback,’ Bell Park Canada Day event will now pay musicians

Organizers say event is not receiving public funding and no admission fees will be charged
Blaming province, Rainbow board pulls from reserves to balance budget

Blaming province, Rainbow board pulls from reserves to balance budget

It’s ‘death by a thousand cuts,’ says board chair David Farrow, adding that the board isn’t properly compensated for transportation, among other items
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