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Carol Martin

Carol Martin

Carol Martin, a graduate of Cambrian College's journalism program, has been a journalist for more than 18 years. Born and raised in Sault Ste. Marie, Carol has also lived and worked in Constance Lake First Nation, Sudbury and Kingston.

Recent Work by Carol

Sault boxer loves coaching

Sault boxer loves coaching

Steve McEwen is passionate about the sport of boxing but even more passionate about coaching it and how it improves the quality of people's lives
Avid kayaker wasn't sure it would be for her

Avid kayaker wasn't sure it would be for her

One trip out on the big lake was enough to convince her kayaking was her thing
Retired steelworker follows music, cycling to fulfilment

Retired steelworker follows music, cycling to fulfilment

Paul Gabrylewicz and a few friends decided to form a band, Man Feelings, and produce their original music after he retired
Resilience, optimism and love builds family and business

Resilience, optimism and love builds family and business

Hogan's Homestead officially launched with under 50 taps in 2017. Produced thousands of gallons of maple syrup in 2022
Spicy horse pulls 10-year-old out of shyness into championships

Spicy horse pulls 10-year-old out of shyness into championships

Deep friendship, community support and a strong love of going fast helped Cinnamon find her stride and Sophia find her voice
Andre Riopel pedals to change peoples' perspective

Andre Riopel pedals to change peoples' perspective

Hopes to get them out of their cars and into human-powered transportation to look at the world differently
Search never ends for diehard geocaching couple <b>(24 photos)</b>

Search never ends for diehard geocaching couple (24 photos)

Sara and Joe Boileau are so enthusiastic about the GPS-aided treasure hunting hobby that they have become living geocaches
Barbara Nolan – language keeper, elder – shares her wisdom

Barbara Nolan – language keeper, elder – shares her wisdom

Residential school survivor, honoured elder, credits the love and support of her family and community for her well-being
Taoist Tai Chi building sold but sessions continue

Taoist Tai Chi building sold but sessions continue

Fung Loy Kok Institute of TaoismTM returns to its roots in community
'Belle vue' from the water - Park a local treasure <b>(18 photos)</b>

'Belle vue' from the water - Park a local treasure (18 photos)

A different point of view of the city's crown jewel of parks