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Jenny Lamothe

Jenny Lamothe

Jenny Lamothe is a reporter with Sudbury.com. She covers the diverse communities of Sudbury, especially the vulnerable or marginalized, including the Black, Indigenous, newcomer and Francophone communities, as well as 2SLGBTQ+ and the downtown core.

Recent Work by Jenny

Vagnini’s cause of death won’t be released publicly

Vagnini’s cause of death won’t be released publicly

As there is no criminality involved, said the coroner's office, the results of the death investigation will only be revealed to the family 
Investigator shares details, timeline in search for Michael Vagnini

Investigator shares details, timeline in search for Michael Vagnini

An aspect of the case that surprised Det. Staff-Sgt Barry Ornella is the grassroots public effort to join the search for the missing Ward 2 city councillor
Private searchers consult psychics to find missing councillor

Private searchers consult psychics to find missing councillor

‘We’re running out of time,’ says Bob Johnston, former mayoral candidate and friend to missing Ward 2 Coun. Michael Vagnini
VIDEO: Vigil for missing councillor ‘a beacon to light his way’

VIDEO: Vigil for missing councillor ‘a beacon to light his way’

‘Never lose faith’: Greater Sudbury Coun. Michael Vagnini has been missing since Jan. 27, and the community gathered during the Walden Winter Carnival’s opening to support his friends and family
NDP leader says ‘lives will be lost’ without consumption site

NDP leader says ‘lives will be lost’ without consumption site

At a press conference on Feb. 1, provincial NDP leader Marit Stiles told media the province needs to fund Greater Sudbury's The Spot,  and ‘they should be doing it now’
Desperate, man killed in encampment fire used candle for warmth

Desperate, man killed in encampment fire used candle for warmth

One Sudbury outreach worker said these types of fires can come down to a choice between ‘burning to death or freezing to death’
Robert Steven Wright was in North Bay court today for new charges

Robert Steven Wright was in North Bay court today for new charges

Wright told the court he had secured Toronto lawyer Joseph Wilkinson and will be back in court Feb. 28
What the heck is a heat pump and do they work in the North?

What the heck is a heat pump and do they work in the North?

With the oncoming winter, the idea of something called a 'heat pump' is more than a little appealing and you may qualify for a free cold climate one
Convicted murderer Robert Steven Wright faces North Bay investigation

Convicted murderer Robert Steven Wright faces North Bay investigation

Now incarcerated for the second-degree murder of Renée Sweeney, Wright is also under investigation by North Bay Police Service
Ten years later, Northern Ontario Film Studios still an industry leader

Ten years later, Northern Ontario Film Studios still an industry leader

With the studio’s backing of more than 150 films and an expansion to North Bay with two facilities and a 60 acre backlot in 2016, Anselmo's companies have been responsible for an estimated $300 million in direct economic spending in the region
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