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Jenny Lamothe

Jenny Lamothe

Jenny Lamothe is a reporter at Sudbury.com. She covers the Black, Indigenous, immigrant and Francophone communities.

Recent Work by Jenny

<updated>The search has ended: </updated>Connie’s locket is going home

The search has ended: Connie’s locket is going home

Thanks to Sudbury.com readers, a local woman’s search for Constance Lamothe’s family means a treasured possession is returned
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Lakehead researcher seeks to understand northern housing insecurity

ONTARIO: Lakehead researcher seeks to understand northern housing insecurity

Dr. Rebecca Schiff co-leading projects to find affordable solutions specific to Northern Canada
Lakehead researcher seeks to understand northern housing insecurity

Lakehead researcher seeks to understand northern housing insecurity

Dr. Rebecca Schiff co-leading projects to find affordable solutions specific to Northern Canada
River & Sky running mini festival this weekend as Ontario COVID cases on the wane

River & Sky running mini festival this weekend as Ontario COVID cases on the wane

The July 16-17 festival is smaller than usual, but director says everyone ‘stoked’ to be back
<updated>Coping: </updated>Don’t have much time for exercise? Give interval training a try

Coping: Don’t have much time for exercise? Give interval training a try

If the idea of getting more workout in less time appeals to you, you have many options for home, and in Sudbury
Sudbury Wolves tap alumnus Craig Duncanson as new head coach

Sudbury Wolves tap alumnus Craig Duncanson as new head coach

Duncanson was most recently the coach of the now-defunct Laurentian Voyageurs men’s hockey team
New banners show Coniston’s proud military history

New banners show Coniston’s proud military history

Tour Coniston's Centennial Park and see the faces of hometown heroes honoured with banners along the garden paths
Group who works with vulnerable downtown residents sees alarming spike in violence

Group who works with vulnerable downtown residents sees alarming spike in violence

Go-Give Project volunteers say stabbings, tent burnings and beatings have increased in the past six weeks
Remembered: Special memorial cross erected for beloved peer engagement worker

Remembered: Special memorial cross erected for beloved peer engagement worker

Addiction may have claimed Pamela Nahwegezhic’s life, but it didn’t define that life and she used her own struggles to help others battling the same demons
Northern MPs calls for independent prosecutor into residential schools, crimes against children

Northern MPs calls for independent prosecutor into residential schools, crimes against children

Nunavut MP Mumilaaq Qaaqaq and Timmins-James Bay MP Charlie Angus say a special prosecutor is needed to investigate crimes committed in the residential school system, including bringing to justice priests who abused children in residential schools and were allowed to retire without consequences