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Brent Sleightholm

Brent Sleightholm comes to ElliotLakeToday following a 40-year-plus journalism career in.Ontario, mostly in.the field of radio news. He has also published two.books of non-fiction. As a reporter, Brent has covered everything from amateur and professional sports, to politics, entertainment, police and courts, to human interest stories and government issues. His greatest love professionally is interviewing newsmakers to discover the stories behind the headlines.

Recent Work by Brent

Extension recommended for Age Friendly Delivers

Extension recommended for Age Friendly Delivers

The recommendation is to extend the program to the end of June
Council to look at Elliot Lake broadband upgrade plan

Council to look at Elliot Lake broadband upgrade plan

Options to be discussed during Monday's City Council meeting
Local business owner helps promote others struggling through COVID

Local business owner helps promote others struggling through COVID

'We have demonstrated better control in keeping our establishments sanitized over the big stores that were able to remain open,' says Alpine Flowers and Gifts owner
Further research needed for municipal asset naming policy

Further research needed for municipal asset naming policy

Detailed policy and bylaw are expected to be created for consideration by Elliot Lake City Council
Committee to revisit municipal naming policy today

Committee to revisit municipal naming policy today

Names considered for streets, public facilities 'should give a sense of place, continuity, belonging and celebrate the distinguishing characteristics and uniqueness of Elliot Lake,' report states
Elliot Lake's downtown banner project could be expanded this year

Elliot Lake's downtown banner project could be expanded this year

Up to 37 lamp posts could be available for banners to be hung as part of a downtown art project
Elliot Lake Secondary student among new Algoma District School Board student trustees

Elliot Lake Secondary student among new Algoma District School Board student trustees

A Grade 11 student at Elliot Lake Secondary School, Manook Wilson will join the ADSB board as an Indigenous Student Trustee
Mass COVID vaccinations to begin mid-March, says local doc

Mass COVID vaccinations to begin mid-March, says local doc

Dr. Cathy Groh says AstraZeneca vaccine may also be an option once approved
City outdoor recreation facilities reopen for public use

City outdoor recreation facilities reopen for public use

City council also to designate councillor as Arts Hub Steering Committee chair
Carol Hughes nominated to run for fifth term In AMK

Carol Hughes nominated to run for fifth term In AMK

The announcement was made Thursday night