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Jenny Lamothe

Jenny Lamothe

Jenny Lamothe is a reporter with Sudbury.com. She covers the diverse communities of Sudbury, especially the vulnerable or marginalized, including the Black, Indigenous, newcomer and Francophone communities, as well as 2SLGBTQ+ and the downtown core.

Recent Work by Jenny

Sudbury queer community continues talks on police at Pride

Sudbury queer community continues talks on police at Pride

After an emotionally charged meeting to decide police involvement in the Pride march this year, the local organization is seeking further comment from the 2SLGBTQ+ community 
Woman who defrauded daycare gets two-year conditional sentence

Woman who defrauded daycare gets two-year conditional sentence

House arrest for a year and another year with a curfew for Cindy-Lee Boyd, who told the court she stole $202,890 from Larch Street Kids while undergoing significant personal distress
Car show raises funds in honour of community champions

Car show raises funds in honour of community champions

The Cruisin’ for Organ Donors and Sudbury Cares premium car show June 2 was held in memory of three men: Gerry Montpellier, Michael Vagnini and Terry Witrak
Second annual Bike to Beat Myeloma draws 80 cyclists

Second annual Bike to Beat Myeloma draws 80 cyclists

Leaving from The Daventry at 1500 Regent Street, the riders had a choice between a 17 or 72 kilometre ride to raise awareness of the blood cancer
Queer North film festival is back at the Indie June 13-16

Queer North film festival is back at the Indie June 13-16

The event has grown into Ontario’s third largest 2SLGBTQ+ film festival 
Sudbury Pride hosting town hall to hash out parade dispute

Sudbury Pride hosting town hall to hash out parade dispute

Fierté Sudbury Pride has announced police will be in the parade for security reasons, but some are objecting, pointing to a fraught history between police and the 2SLGBTQ+ community they feel is not yet overcome
Sudbury joins rally at Queen’s Park for supervised consumption

Sudbury joins rally at Queen’s Park for supervised consumption

Advocates from Sudbury and Timmins travelled to Toronto on May 28 to add their voices to the call for Ontario tok fund supervised consumption services as part of the fight against the drug crisis
Roadmap to end homelessness in Sudbury has $350M price tag

Roadmap to end homelessness in Sudbury has $350M price tag

Based on a request for report from a motion table by council in September, 2023, the findings and suggestions will be presented at a May 28 meeting 
Sudbury Shared Harvest educating students and MPPs alike

Sudbury Shared Harvest educating students and MPPs alike

Sudbury MPP Jamie West stopped in at the Sudbury Shared Harvest Food Forest at Delki Dozzi park to join students from Lo-Ellen Park Secondary in exploring, and tasting, the garden’s early bounty
Sudbury councillor has faced online threats since she was elected

Sudbury councillor has faced online threats since she was elected

Though she said she has ‘strong shoulders,’ Ward 7 Coun. Natalie Labbée reached her limit when her harasser came to her home; he has since been arrested
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