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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

Parkside Centre parking problems driving some members away

Parkside Centre parking problems driving some members away

Scores of members of the downtown facility for seniors have stopped visiting because of difficult experiences with parking device  
Sudbury nurse practitioners call on province to boost funding

Sudbury nurse practitioners call on province to boost funding

Too many Ontario residents still relying on 'piecemeal' primary care at walk-in clinics and emergency rooms said  Sudbury nurse practitioner
Vale, USW raise $571K for United Way in 40th annual campaign

Vale, USW raise $571K for United Way in 40th annual campaign

Since 1982, Steelworkers Local 6500 members have partnered with the company to be the largest contributor to United Way Centraide North East Ontario’s coffers
Sudbury woman dies after snowmobile goes through ice

Sudbury woman dies after snowmobile goes through ice

Parry Sound OPP office confirms the death of a 29-year-old woman who died in a snowmobile mishap
Covergalls CEO: CSA is right, ill-fitting PPE endangers women

Covergalls CEO: CSA is right, ill-fitting PPE endangers women

Sudbury business leader in women's industrial clothing, Alicia Woods, contributed to a national report that calls on better  and safer clothing for women in the workplace
'Freezin' for reason': Police chief ready for the Polar Plunge

'Freezin' for reason': Police chief ready for the Polar Plunge

GSPS Chief Paul Pedersen says annual fundraiser for Special Olympics hits the ice of Ramsey Lake on March 4
Sudbury police using fat bikes to expand downtown patrols

Sudbury police using fat bikes to expand downtown patrols

Local police officers are now able to do bicycle patrols 12 months of the year
Bold: Pond Hockey on the Rock returns Feb. 3-4

Bold: Pond Hockey on the Rock returns Feb. 3-4

Due to factors beyond organizers’ control, event is not being staged on Lake Ramsey this year
Northern Ontario man wins benefits battle over insurance company

Northern Ontario man wins benefits battle over insurance company

Insurance company denied benefits to a man who fell while cleaning his RV trailer and had serious injuries
Sudbury cardiologist loses appeal to restore privileges at HSN

Sudbury cardiologist loses appeal to restore privileges at HSN

Court finds Dr. Dinkar Shukla engaged in unprofessional and disrespectful misconduct against fellow heart specialists and that his behaviour ‘undermined his colleagues and put patient care and safety at risk’