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Mark Gentili

Mark Gentili

Mark Gentili is the managing editor of Northern Life and Sudbury.com. Follow him on Twitter @MarkGentili. He can be reached by email at mgentili@sudbury.com.

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Gentili: This one’s for you, Mulligan

Gentili: This one’s for you, Mulligan

Greater Sudbury didn’t just lose a reporter when Carol Mulligan died this week, the city lost one of its greatest defenders
Gentili: This kind of public art is not a good use of public funds

Gentili: This kind of public art is not a good use of public funds

A good chunk of taxpayer money was spent on the steel and green glass structure on Durham Street downtown, and for what?

Thank you for returning lost items!

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Lost: Cash reward offered for missing key fob for Nissan vehicle

Lost: Cash reward offered for missing key fob for Nissan vehicle

Can you help?

Lost a backpack in the parking lot near Bell Park on Canada Day

Can you help?
Happy 90th Birthday Mom!

Happy 90th Birthday Mom!

Milestone birthday
Gentili: Not an emergency? Opioid deaths have flatlined life expectancy in Canada

Gentili: Not an emergency? Opioid deaths have flatlined life expectancy in Canada

Opioids are killing a Sudburian every five days. Overdoses are now the leading cause of accidental death, more than car accidents. This is an emergency
Gentili: For opioids, for overcrowding and for PSWs, the piper must be paid

Gentili: For opioids, for overcrowding and for PSWs, the piper must be paid

The scourge of the opioid crisis, overcrowding at the hospital, a serious shortage of personal support workers — our health care system faces untold pressures
Gentili: Sorry, builders, cutting dev. charges likely won't help you much

Gentili: Sorry, builders, cutting dev. charges likely won't help you much

The data just doesn't bear that out, but the data also shows reducing development charges likely won't hurt taxpayers much either
Gentili: If you’re flirting with privatization, Mr. Ford, just ’fess up, would you?

Gentili: If you’re flirting with privatization, Mr. Ford, just ’fess up, would you?

For months, groups have been saying the Tories have a secret plan to privatize parts of the health care system, and the province hasn't said much to deny it. So what's happening here?