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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 issues of the downtown core.

Recent Work by Jenny

Group rallies at Tom Davies for ‘neglected’ outlying communities

Group rallies at Tom Davies for ‘neglected’ outlying communities

‘We shouldn’t have to fight for basic services’ said one of the organizers 
Iran-Sudbury community protests regime in home country

Iran-Sudbury community protests regime in home country

The Islamic Republic of Iran is well-known for its human rights violations, including with the United Nations, and protesters around the world are demanding an end to ‘religious dictatorship’
‘With Regards’ biggest release yet for Sudbury’s Le0 and Lil’ Tenda

‘With Regards’ biggest release yet for Sudbury’s Le0 and Lil’ Tenda

The rappers just released their full album, ‘With Regards’, on Sept. 30, produced and recorded in the Valley
Gallery: Sudburians gather to honour Orange Shirt Day

Gallery: Sudburians gather to honour Orange Shirt Day

‘Gichi-apiitendaagoziwag akina abinoonjiyag’ is Anishinaabemowin for Every Child Matters
United Way North East celebrates 40 years

United Way North East celebrates 40 years

Supporters gathered at the Northern Water Sports Centre to fete the community organization, a part of Sudbury since 1982
Charges laid in Wiikwemkoong case that prompted safety alert

Charges laid in Wiikwemkoong case that prompted safety alert

A person from the Manitoulin community has been charged after investigation that resulted in a shelter-in-place order
Update: emergency in Wiikwemkoong has come to peaceful end

Update: emergency in Wiikwemkoong has come to peaceful end

The man at the centre of the search has turned himself in to the authorities safely and peacefully. The ‘shelter in place’ has been lifted and no injuries are reported
Safe consumption site opens to clients Sept. 28

Safe consumption site opens to clients Sept. 28

Though delays have prevented its use since the July 21 ribbon cutting, the facility will be open to those who wish to inject substances, but not inhale them, an issue that is preventing some from using the site 
Food bank use dramatically increasing in Sudbury

Food bank use dramatically increasing in Sudbury

‘It’s unprecedented times for us’ says Ro Mullen of the Inner City Home of Sudbury. That’s down to stagnant income, rising costs and food shortages
‘We got a moose!’ Area youth experience moose hunt

‘We got a moose!’ Area youth experience moose hunt

A feast of teachings, and moose, for the participants and mentors of the Mooz Akinonmaaget Maa Aki (Moose Who Teaches Land Survival) program, a partnership between GSPS, Shkagamik-Kwe Health Centre and several child and family services