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Amanda Rabski-McColl, LJI Reporter

Amanda Rabski-McColl, LJI Reporter

Amanda Rabski-McColl is a Diversity Reporter under the Local Journalism Initiative, which is funded by the Government of Canada

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Recent Work by Amanda

'Lots of room' for women in mining, says chair of new group

'Lots of room' for women in mining, says chair of new group

There's officially a Women in Mining group in the city with the heart of gold
Working together critical for future of mining, says MPP

Working together critical for future of mining, says MPP

'I think it’s finally time now that industry and just the general public, sees our presence in our territory with our resources represented so they put a face on whose territory they’re operating and enjoying their livelihoods on,' says Mattagami First Nation Chief
'There’s always been people there': Decades-old photos offer unique look at the Far North

'There’s always been people there': Decades-old photos offer unique look at the Far North

70 years ago, John McIfie captured life in the North while travelling for work, the snapshots uncovered by a Willow Cree writer are offering a unique glimpse into the past
'We're a team': Timmins woman's guide dog experience highlights love and support

'We're a team': Timmins woman's guide dog experience highlights love and support

Lions Foundation of Canada Guide Dogs is hoping that they can help more people access service dogs
Timmins fire crews battle cold and flames at historic Empire Hotel Complex

Timmins fire crews battle cold and flames at historic Empire Hotel Complex

Water pumps froze, slowing crews down overnight
Miss World Canada stitching together connections

Miss World Canada stitching together connections

'I feel so uplifted afterward'
Reservist with North Bay roots, carrying eagle staff at Queen's Park

Reservist with North Bay roots, carrying eagle staff at Queen's Park

Pichette was born in North Bay, grew up in Timiskaming, and is a member of the Algonquin Regiment in Timmins
Peatlands 'just as important as the Amazon'

Peatlands 'just as important as the Amazon'

Shining a light on the importance of Northern Ontario's 'breathing lands' — a section of the Hudson Bay lowlands that stretches across Northern Ontario — that work as a natural water filter for the area's rivers and is the second-largest carbon sink in the world
Some northern school buses could soon be equipped with Wi-Fi

Some northern school buses could soon be equipped with Wi-Fi

Students on runs of 45 minutes or more would 'hopefully' use the time online to do homework
Flood threat spurs evacuations from remote Northern communities

Flood threat spurs evacuations from remote Northern communities

The threat of flooding along the Albany River has vulnerable members from Kashechewan and Fort Albany First Nation evacuating
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