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Frank Rupnik

Frank Rupnik

Frank Rupnik is a veteran writer and editor who has worked at daily newspapers across Ontario for more than 30 years

Recent Work by Frank

CASS's mobile graduation stage goes viral on social media

CASS's mobile graduation stage goes viral on social media

Ray Gowlett and team travelled over 400 kilometres to bring the stage to 72 graduating students then TikTok brought it to the world
'You can't go back and redact the parts of history you don't like,' says residential school survivor

'You can't go back and redact the parts of history you don't like,' says residential school survivor

'They take everything that was your culture and strip you of it. You weren’t recognized by your own people. You were basically like a feral child,' says Mike Cachagee
Evelyn Anstice, real estate trailblazer, beloved balloon lady

Evelyn Anstice, real estate trailblazer, beloved balloon lady

Described as a force, highly respected and remembered for community service
Laurentian midwifery students' careers on hold

Laurentian midwifery students' careers on hold

Demise of Laurentian midwifery program could have long-lasting, profound impact says student and midwife
Local Indian community members react to COVID crisis in India

Local Indian community members react to COVID crisis in India

As hospitals in parts of India reach their breaking points, Indians living in the Sault implore Canadians to learn from the mistakes of other countries
Salzburger Hof transformation ongoing

Salzburger Hof transformation ongoing

Work to convert the resort to a 20-client facility based on teachings of the lake continues despite COVID setbacks
Fall follows through on bid to run 100 marathons for charity

Fall follows through on bid to run 100 marathons for charity

Rick Fall has left for Victoria to start his 4,200 km run, FalloRick Home to Home
Is 'Eleanor Rigby' the soundtrack of your life? Experts say there are ways to deal with loneliness

Is 'Eleanor Rigby' the soundtrack of your life? Experts say there are ways to deal with loneliness

There are things you can do to alleviate loneliness, even in the midst of COVID
Retired trucker boosts growing volunteer roster at Meals on Wheels

Retired trucker boosts growing volunteer roster at Meals on Wheels

Sault program's still down volunteers from pre-COVID numbers but keeping up, says coordinator
Catching up with the first baby born at the 'new' hospital

Catching up with the first baby born at the 'new' hospital

It's Sault Area Hospital's tenth anniversary and we looked up Landon Zeolonko to see how the hospital's first baby is doing