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Len Gillis

Len Gillis

Graduating from the Journalism program at Canadore College in the 1970s, Gillis has spent most of his career reporting on news events across Northern Ontario with several radio, television and newspaper companies. He also spent time as a hardrock miner.

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len@villagemedia.ca

Recent Work by Len

Bold: Outdoor ‘stay-cations’ trending in Northeastern Ontario

Bold: Outdoor ‘stay-cations’ trending in Northeastern Ontario

Leading retailer in outdoor adventure gear sees a trend for camping, canoeing and kayaking
Sudbury hospital and health care workers rally and call for an end to Bill 124

Sudbury hospital and health care workers rally and call for an end to Bill 124

Local NDP elections candidates promised to repeal Bill 124 if they form the government
Labour ministry has issued an order to the city after worker killed on the job in Levack

Labour ministry has issued an order to the city after worker killed on the job in Levack

However the nature of that order has not been released
Study in medical journal shows that people with medical conditions are more prone to drowning

Study in medical journal shows that people with medical conditions are more prone to drowning

Study questions whether people should choose swimming and aquatic fitness for better health
Letter writer says Ontario has 'moral duty' to examine long-term care issues during the provincial election campaign

Letter writer says Ontario has 'moral duty' to examine long-term care issues during the provincial election campaign

The shortage of staffing for long-term care homes is believed to be the main concern
Women in mining still experiencing harassment, discrimination, says PhD candidate’s thesis

Women in mining still experiencing harassment, discrimination, says PhD candidate’s thesis

Sarah de Blois of Sudbury is advocating for more women in mining and more of them in leadership roles 
New Democrats can defeat Doug Ford's control of the legislature France Gélinas tells supporters

New Democrats can defeat Doug Ford's control of the legislature France Gélinas tells supporters

Veteran Nickel Belt incumbent candidate Gélinas believes it is possible for the New Democrats to win enough extra seats to deny a majority government to the Progressive Conservatives
Sudbury’s St. Joseph's Continuing Care planning a new $20M rehab facility

Sudbury’s St. Joseph's Continuing Care planning a new $20M rehab facility

Location is not yet announced but the project will add another 36 rehabilitation beds
Anti-abortion and pro-choice advocates react to U.S. Supreme Court leak on abortion

Anti-abortion and pro-choice advocates react to U.S. Supreme Court leak on abortion

Those opposed to abortion applaud the draft ruling while women’s rights advocates say access should be a fundamental human right
Canadian employers are advised to brace themselves for changing workers' demands

Canadian employers are advised to brace themselves for changing workers' demands

Expert on work-life balance said the pandemic has changed workplace attitudes and priorities