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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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Recent Work by Len

Health Sciences North in ‘good financial shape’, says CEO

Health Sciences North in ‘good financial shape’, says CEO

Hospital’s annual meeting details spending decisions for more than $678 million to run Northern Ontario’s largest hospital
Health Sciences North’s unique virtual care program turns 10

Health Sciences North’s unique virtual care program turns 10

Sudbury's hospital says its virtual critical care program has been a success for a decade and is now copied by health care systems across Canada
Hospital CEO delivers blunt news about the reality of health care

Hospital CEO delivers blunt news about the reality of health care

David McNeil told the annual general meeting of Health Sciences North he is proud and pleased of the many remarkable achievements at HSN but he said that is tempered by the reality of overcrowding and not enough space to meet the demands of sick patients
Vale explains its tailings dust protocol in wake of windy May day

Vale explains its tailings dust protocol in wake of windy May day

City resident expressed concern that wind was whipping up tailings dust around Copper Cliff
Feds provide $10M to boost Northern critical minerals projects

Feds provide $10M to boost Northern critical minerals projects

Energy minister Jonathan Wilkinson announced $5 million each for MIRARCO’s tailings project and Electra's new battery metals recovery plant in Temiskaming Shores
PHOTOS: Capreol celebrates its first ever Grow Together Festival

PHOTOS: Capreol celebrates its first ever Grow Together Festival

Local organizations showcase their efforts to improve the community, improve the environment and work together
OHCOW celebrates 35 years of health and safety in Ontario

OHCOW celebrates 35 years of health and safety in Ontario

Sudbury office is one of seven venues across the province where researchers and experts advocate for workers exposed to injury or illness in the workplace
Vale showcases greenhouse that helped regreen Sudbury

Vale showcases greenhouse that helped regreen Sudbury

Company celebrates 50th anniversary of the Godfrey Drive greenhouse that helped the massive Sudbury regreening project
Northern communities push for funding for Hope Air

Northern communities push for funding for Hope Air

Friday is Hope Air Day in Ontario to raise awareness and support for not-for-profit air travel service in Northern Ontario
Hospital lottery winner didn't believe good news phone call

Hospital lottery winner didn't believe good news phone call

Allan Clark of Kagawong won the Health Sciences North May take-home jackpot of $526,698
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