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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

India-Canada Association of Sudbury celebrates 74th Republic Day

India-Canada Association of Sudbury celebrates 74th Republic Day

The Jan.28 celebration of the day was held at the Parkside Older Adult Centre and featured a feast and performances
Sudbury Restorative Justice believes 'empathy builds community'

Sudbury Restorative Justice believes 'empathy builds community'

The organization offers youth a chance to learn conflict management and resolution with the hope of diverting them from the justice system
Used needle found among unpacked single syringes, says Réseau

Used needle found among unpacked single syringes, says Réseau

Heidi Eisenhauer, executive director of Réseau ACCESS Network, told Sudbury.com the issue is being investigated as it is not standard practice
Kingsway franchise barBurrito promises fast, fresh food

Kingsway franchise barBurrito promises fast, fresh food

New Tex-Mex spot in Sudbury has more prep work than a sit down restaurant, says owner John Law
Swamps and snakes lead to a career for Sagamok woman

Swamps and snakes lead to a career for Sagamok woman

Chevaun Toulouse would like to share the Indigenous ways of seeing the world, and return the Great Lakes region to its full glory
Sudbury Wolves unveil new logo for Jan. 27 Indigenous night

Sudbury Wolves unveil new logo for Jan. 27 Indigenous night

The logo, designed by artist Raven Debassige, will appear on the jerseys for the game, and available for auction later
Photos: Sudburians celebrate Lunar New Year

Photos: Sudburians celebrate Lunar New Year

Whether it’s in Cantonese ‘Kung Hei Fat Choy’,  or Mandarin, ‘Gong Xi Fa Cai’, it means ‘Wishing you prosperity’ for the new year
Closing the gap the focus of minister’s tour of local reserves

Closing the gap the focus of minister’s tour of local reserves

Federal Crown-Indigenous relations minister told Sudbury.com his focus is paying long overdue bills to First Nations and closing the gap between Indigenous and non-indigenous Canadians
Enjoy a Taste of Sudbury and support Inner City Home on Jan. 20

Enjoy a Taste of Sudbury and support Inner City Home on Jan. 20

Fundraising initiative will allow attendees to sample everything Sudbury has to offer, while helping with life skills programming and filling the shelves of the emergency food bank
Local maker would love ribbon skirts to become an everyday sight

Local maker would love ribbon skirts to become an everyday sight

Sioux Roque was overwhelmed with pride during the first celebration of National Ribbon Skirt Day