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Jenny Lamothe, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

Jenny Lamothe, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

Jenny Lamothe is a Local Journalism Initiative reporter at Sudbury.com.

Recent Work by Jenny

Sudbury Pro-choice coalition buys billboards in response to anti-abortion bus ads

Sudbury Pro-choice coalition buys billboards in response to anti-abortion bus ads

GoFundMe page has raised more than $2,000 for the initiative
TNO celebrates 50th anniversary milestone with virtual show

TNO celebrates 50th anniversary milestone with virtual show

‘Quoi si, moé 'ssi j'viens du Nord, 'stie’ hearkens back to that show a half-century ago
Laurentian offering some Indigenous Studies courses, but they won’t be taught by the University of Sudbury profs that developed them

Laurentian offering some Indigenous Studies courses, but they won’t be taught by the University of Sudbury profs that developed them

Former University of Sudbury prof says this is ‘false advertising’ on Laurentian’s part
Senate backs motion calling for Laurentian to sit down ‘in good faith’ with University of Sudbury

Senate backs motion calling for Laurentian to sit down ‘in good faith’ with University of Sudbury

‘We have proof now that they haven't been doing their best to keep these programs open. I think that gives the province legitimacy to intervene. That's what I'm hoping is going to happen,’ says Academic Planning Committee member Joel Belliveau
<updated>New Music Mondays: </updated>Sudbury Juno nominee Bryden Gwiss Kiwenzie working with Toronto Symphony

New Music Mondays: Sudbury Juno nominee Bryden Gwiss Kiwenzie working with Toronto Symphony

TSO recruited Indigenous music creators such as Kiwenzie for production of ‘Mistatim’
U. of Sudbury strikes committee to plot course to French-language university

U. of Sudbury strikes committee to plot course to French-language university

Goal is for Franco-Ontarians to be able receive schooling in French from pre-school through post-secondary
Local activists greet verdict in George Floyd case with joy, but also relief

Local activists greet verdict in George Floyd case with joy, but also relief

‘It is important to recognize that it is only a display of accountability and not justice. Justice would be a world where George Floyd was not murdered’
Sudbury senator’s motion on Laurentian to be heard May 4

Sudbury senator’s motion on Laurentian to be heard May 4

Sen. Josée Forest-Niesing wants the Senate to express its concern and protect higher education opportunities for Francophones
Communities Eat: Jenny pays a visit to Sudbury’s new Persian restaurant

Communities Eat: Jenny pays a visit to Sudbury’s new Persian restaurant

Meet Mohammed Abdollahzahdeh, the proprietor of Eyvan Persian Cuisine, who fled Iran with his family and found a new home in the Nickel City
Reporter’s blog: I wouldn’t want my experiences to be belittled and attacked on social media, would you?

Reporter’s blog: I wouldn’t want my experiences to be belittled and attacked on social media, would you?

Reporter Jenny Lamothe’s beat focuses on often marginalized communities, the same groups of people subject to the most insults, racism and personal attacks on Sudbury.com’s Facebook page; she explains why she supports our decision to close comments on it