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Vicki Gilhula, Local Journalism Initiative reporter

Vicki Gilhula, Local Journalism Initiative reporter

Vicki Gilhula is a Local Journalism Initiative reporter at Sudbury.com. She covers stories and issues in the Indigenous, immigrant and Francophone communities.

Recent Work by Vicki

<updated>Igloos, canoes and more: </updated>Indigenous inventions subject of 2021 Science North exhibit

Igloos, canoes and more: Indigenous inventions subject of 2021 Science North exhibit

Science North receives federal funding to bring the exhibit on the road to Northern Ont. communities
Fellow academics defend LU dean against accusations of racism

Fellow academics defend LU dean against accusations of racism

David Lesbarrères stepped down as dean of graduate studies in June after tweet he later apologized for
Sixties Scoop adoptee finds birth family thanks to article

Sixties Scoop adoptee finds birth family thanks to article

‘I am still shell-shocked. I have relatives everywhere.’
<b>CANADA:</b> Sixties Scoop adoptee finds birth family thanks to article

CANADA: Sixties Scoop adoptee finds birth family thanks to article

‘I am still shell-shocked. I have relatives everywhere.’
Sixties Scoop adoptee finds birth family thanks to Sudbury.com article

Sixties Scoop adoptee finds birth family thanks to Sudbury.com article

‘I am still shell-shocked. I have relatives everywhere.’
Sixties Scoop adoptee finds birth family thanks to Sudbury.com article

Sixties Scoop adoptee finds birth family thanks to Sudbury.com article

‘I am still shell-shocked. I have relatives everywhere.’
CAS: Better data means better services for Black children in care

CAS: Better data means better services for Black children in care

Black families are more likely to be investigated by children's aid societies and have their children taken into care; collecting better data will help provide more suitable services
Sudbury Francophone author Melchior Mbonimpa’s 7th novel set in his native Africa

Sudbury Francophone author Melchior Mbonimpa’s 7th novel set in his native Africa

The University of Sudbury religious studies professor won an award for his 2006 novel
Love Indian food? ‘Bombay Spices’ Indian grocery store opens in New Sudbury

Love Indian food? ‘Bombay Spices’ Indian grocery store opens in New Sudbury

Pick up samosas, paneer, chutneys, Indian sweets and more at new store
The Forgotten T.R.U.T.H.: Sudbury’s Bryden Gwiss drops new 10-track release

The Forgotten T.R.U.T.H.: Sudbury’s Bryden Gwiss drops new 10-track release

Juno and Indigenous Music Award nominee tackles issues including Sixties Scoop and the tragic legacy of residential schools in The. Real. Un. Told. History.