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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

For students, the Indigenous Studies program at University of Sudbury is far more than a university program — it is community

For students, the Indigenous Studies program at University of Sudbury is far more than a university program — it is community

‘I think that's what we've learned, realizing our professors aren't just our professors in the academic sense, but our teachers, our elders, and our knowledge holders. That it isn't just losing a professor. It's like losing an auntie, a grandfather or grandmother’
Sudbury author Melchior Mbonimpa ‘astonished’ his 20-year-old novel picked for Combat national des livres

Sudbury author Melchior Mbonimpa ‘astonished’ his 20-year-old novel picked for Combat national des livres

A chronicle of an East African family’s history over three centuries, ‘Le totem des Baranda’ was published by Prise de parole in 2001
Faculty worried about the future of University of Sudbury’s groundbreaking Indigenous Studies program

Faculty worried about the future of University of Sudbury’s groundbreaking Indigenous Studies program

‘Laurentian can take Indigenous programs, they can take the classes, they can take the courses, they can take the Indigenous Studies program — but if you don't take the people who are trained, how are you going to deliver that program?’
North’s only law school launches Indigenous law and justice institute

North’s only law school launches Indigenous law and justice institute

To be located at Lakehead University’s Bora Laskin Faculty of Law, the institute will be one of only two of its kind in Canada
Ear Saver barrettes, a spiritually positive northern solution to keeping your mask in place

Ear Saver barrettes, a spiritually positive northern solution to keeping your mask in place

Artist Tara Kiwenzie talks about her unique take on what has become a pandemic necessity 
Ear Saver barrettes, a spiritually positive northern solution to keeping your mask in place

Ear Saver barrettes, a spiritually positive northern solution to keeping your mask in place

Artist Tara Kiwenzie shares her unique take on what has become a pandemic necessity 
Ear Saver barrettes, a spiritually positive northern solution to keeping your mask in place

Ear Saver barrettes, a spiritually positive northern solution to keeping your mask in place

Artist Tara Kiwenzie tells Sudbury.com about her unique take on what has become a pandemic necessity 
<updated>In memoriam: </updated>Wiki’s Donald Odjig Fisher led by example in receiving region’s first COVID-19 shot

In memoriam: Wiki’s Donald Odjig Fisher led by example in receiving region’s first COVID-19 shot

Even as his strength was leaving him, ‘Scotty’ still found a way to be an elder in his community
Art and language come together to help Francophone newcomers feel at home

Art and language come together to help Francophone newcomers feel at home

Centre de santé communautaire du Grand Sudbury and Théâtre du Nouvel-Ontario team up for project aimed to help French-speaking new Canadians settle into life in the Nickel City
Reporter’s blog: Covering Communities is such a privilege

Reporter’s blog: Covering Communities is such a privilege

Jenny Lamothe, who covers the Black, Indigenous, immigrant and Francophone communities for Sudbury.com, dives into the beat she covers and why she feel it is so important