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Colleen Romaniuk, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

Colleen Romaniuk is a Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, a Government of Canada program, at the Sudbury Star.

Recent Work by Colleen

Little Current to host Northern Ontario’s first live drive-in concert this weekend

Little Current to host Northern Ontario’s first live drive-in concert this weekend

Big Wreck will perform tonight and tomorrow
Sault-Sudbury rail line closure could 'spell disaster' for Espanola's Domtar mill

Sault-Sudbury rail line closure could 'spell disaster' for Espanola's Domtar mill

The pulp and paper mill, which employs more than 500 people, said it cannot operate without the line
‘Carefully consider' Huron Central Railway funding proposals: Domtar

‘Carefully consider' Huron Central Railway funding proposals: Domtar

Domtar says the loss of the Huron Central Railway would be bad for the mill
Back-to-school during COVID-19: A survival guide

Back-to-school during COVID-19: A survival guide

Parents/guardians and children and encouraged to focus on the things that are in their control
Back-to-school during COVID-19: A survival guide

Back-to-school during COVID-19: A survival guide

Students across Ontario are preparing to head back to school Tuesday after being out of the classroom for nearly six months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Back-to-school during COVID-19: A survival guide

Back-to-school during COVID-19: A survival guide

Students across Ontario are preparing to head back to school Tuesday after being out of the classroom for nearly six months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Manitoulin’s COVID-19 field hospital 'impressive,' Nickel Belt MPP says

Manitoulin’s COVID-19 field hospital 'impressive,' Nickel Belt MPP says

The facility is equipped to care for mild to moderately ill patients with COVID-19 requiring hospital admission
Access mats for wheelchair users installed at Elliot Lake beaches

Access mats for wheelchair users installed at Elliot Lake beaches

The total cost for the mats and the wheelchairs was $72,764
Manitoulin’s COVID-19 field hospital 'impressive', Nickel Belt MPP says

Manitoulin’s COVID-19 field hospital 'impressive', Nickel Belt MPP says

The facility is equipped to care for mild to moderately ill patients with COVID-19 requiring hospital admission
Access mats for wheelchair users installed at Spruce, Spine beaches

Access mats for wheelchair users installed at Spruce, Spine beaches

The total cost for the mats and the wheelchairs was $72,764