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Heidi Ulrichsen

Heidi Ulrichsen

Heidi Ulrichsen is the assistant editor at Sudbury.com. She also covers education and the arts scene. Follow her on Twitter @HeidiUlrichsen. She can be reached by email at [email protected].

Recent Work by Heidi

Celebrating Northern talent: NOMFA nominee list is out

Celebrating Northern talent: NOMFA nominee list is out

‘Super exciting’ says nominee Dayv Poulin, a Sudbury Francophone musician who has 30 years of experience in the biz
Women & Girls: Assisted dying pioneer tells her patients’ stories

Women & Girls: Assisted dying pioneer tells her patients’ stories

A family physician for 50 years, Toronto author Dr. Jean Marmoreo believes in ‘cradle-to-grave care,’ and always wanted to be able to end her patients’ suffering on their own terms
A ‘good man’: Community gathers for Coun. Vagnini’s funeral

A ‘good man’: Community gathers for Coun. Vagnini’s funeral

Officiant remembers city councillor’s penchant for taking risks, and doing ‘what he thought was right, no matter what was going on’
Cambrian College will hike tuition by 5% if province allows it

Cambrian College will hike tuition by 5% if province allows it

That’s unlikely, though, as Premier Doug Ford has stated he’s ruled out tuition fee increases at colleges and universities
Video: Sudbury.com editor does The Moonwalk at Science North

Video: Sudbury.com editor does The Moonwalk at Science North

Mark Gentili rode Science North’s iconic gyroscope before it was decommissioned earlier this year, so we of course had to return to check out the science centre's new experience
Ontario NDP leader: Underfunding led to international student situation

Ontario NDP leader: Underfunding led to international student situation

Marit Stiles said she’s concerned about uncertainty that’s been created in post-secondary sector following federal announcement
Stiles slams Cons for burying report showing French university could work

Stiles slams Cons for burying report showing French university could work

Ontario NDP leader and Franco-Ontarian community take Conservatives to task for turning down the proposal to create the French-language Université de Sudbury even though document obtained through FOI said school was well-prepared
Sudbury institutions worry student cap could devastate post-secondary sector

Sudbury institutions worry student cap could devastate post-secondary sector

The federal government announcement of a cap on international students, which have been a lucrative cushion to the bottom line of post-secondary schools, has the sector bracing for trouble, with one expert using the word ‘bailout’ 
North Bay Y Titans swim club urges Northeast’s only 50-metre pool to reopen

North Bay Y Titans swim club urges Northeast’s only 50-metre pool to reopen

‘Devastating consequences’: Laurentian University’s Jeno Tihanyi Olympic Gold Pool has been closed nearly four years, and the North Bay Y Titans Swim Club has penned a letter emphasizing its critical importance to competitive swimming in the region
Video: Village editor takes a last ride on Science North’s gyroscope

Video: Village editor takes a last ride on Science North’s gyroscope

The gyroscope is being decommissioned Jan. 7 to make way for more inclusive and up-to-date exhibits in Science North’s Space Place, and Mark Gentili wanted to take a ride before it’s gone forever
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