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Jonathan Migneault

Jonathan Migneault

Jonathan Migneault earned his bachelor of journalism from Carleton University in 2008. He has covered the Canadian telecom industry in Ottawa, worked for CBC Radio and Quebec City, and spent six months in Ghana in 2012, where he worked as a trainer for the non-governmental organization Journalists for Human Rights. He covers the mining industry, business, health care and general interest news for Northern Life and Sudbury.com. Follow him on Twitter @jmigneault. He can be reached at jmigneault@sudbury.com.

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<b>UPDATED;</b>Company says it plans to hire 250 people as it expands into Sudbury

UPDATED;Company says it plans to hire 250 people as it expands into Sudbury

It will offer 250 new jobs at launch, with potential for up to 100 more in the future.
<b>Sudbury's workforce attracted company to launch local call centre</b>

Sudbury's workforce attracted company to launch local call centre

Millennium1 Solutions expected to create 250 local jobs by the summer 
Legend Boats receives $200K FedNor loan

Legend Boats receives $200K FedNor loan

Loan to help Whitefish-based company improve its technology systems 
Hospital-acquired bugs kill 3,200 a year in Ontario: CUPE

Hospital-acquired bugs kill 3,200 a year in Ontario: CUPE

Union calls for more funding to properly clean hospitals
4,300 northerners with dementia want you to know it's Alzheimer Awareness Month

4,300 northerners with dementia want you to know it's Alzheimer Awareness Month

As dementia rates continue to rise, Alzheimer Society looks to raise awareness, funds
20 new jobs at SNOLAB thanks to $28.6M in new funding

20 new jobs at SNOLAB thanks to $28.6M in new funding

New staff will help run and maintain experiments as they come online 
Children brave cold to count birds in Lake Laurentian Conservation Area

Children brave cold to count birds in Lake Laurentian Conservation Area

Annual Christmas Bird Counts for Kids exposes children to citizen-driven science
Tonka’s owner happy neighbour’s dogs were seized

Tonka’s owner happy neighbour’s dogs were seized

Neighbourhood lived in fear of two large dogs, says Terry Matthews
Think you could build a video game in 48 hours?

Think you could build a video game in 48 hours?

20 teams from Sudbury and Northern Ontario to take part Jan. 13 to Jan. 15
<b>1.7 Sudburians become senior citizens every day and there aren't enough beds for them</b>

1.7 Sudburians become senior citizens every day and there aren't enough beds for them

2,400 seniors waiting for a long-term care bed in Greater Sudbury