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Mark Gentili

Mark Gentili

Mark Gentili is the community editor at Sudbury.com. Follow him on Twitter @MarkGentili. He can be reached by email at mgentili@sudbury.com.

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Gentili: Spare a thought for the faculty, staff and students of Laurentian today

Gentili: Spare a thought for the faculty, staff and students of Laurentian today

April 12 is the day termination notices were sent out to faculty and staff at Sudbury’s university
No details to be released today on Laurentian restructuring package voted on by university senate

No details to be released today on Laurentian restructuring package voted on by university senate

Faculty association decries process compelling Laurentian Senate to vote on restructuring package ‘under duress’
LU senate to get first look at university’s restructuring plan today

LU senate to get first look at university’s restructuring plan today

With a closed door meeting expected to last much of the day, supporters rally on the Bridge of Nations 
Editor’s blog: Looking for ideas on being more active

Editor’s blog: Looking for ideas on being more active

I’m not an active guy and I’m worried that my lack of activity is rubbing off on my kids

Birth: Onyx Darren Leroux

Welcome to the world!
I haven’t had a cold in a year so I’m just going to keep on masking up

I haven’t had a cold in a year so I’m just going to keep on masking up

The pandemic has been a very trying ordeal, but it’s been easier to manage without having a cold or the flu
Car rally at least 100 vehicles strong rolls through Sudbury to support LU

Car rally at least 100 vehicles strong rolls through Sudbury to support LU

Organized by the Save Our Sudbury group, the event aimed to send a message to the province that LU needs stable support and funding to save the school from cuts
Second ‘Freedom Rally’ draws smaller but equally passionate crowd

Second ‘Freedom Rally’ draws smaller but equally passionate crowd

Upwards of 60 people gathered along Paris Street at latest anti-lockdown protest
Why are anti-lockdown protests allowed to go ahead? Safety and charter rights, says head of city’s bylaw department

Why are anti-lockdown protests allowed to go ahead? Safety and charter rights, says head of city’s bylaw department

Brendan Adair says people have a right to protest peacefully, and the risk to a handful of officers from a large crowd can make direct intervention risky
Welcome Grey Gallagher!

Welcome Grey Gallagher!

Happy birthday!