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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

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
Checking in with Elysia

Checking in with Elysia

Educated, motivated, ambitious - still drowning in debt?
Inventor seeks investors for long walk on thick ice

Inventor seeks investors for long walk on thick ice

Brendan Syrette has a winning performer in his invention of the Trigger but is looking to cast his line further
How Algoma Autism Foundation continues to fight isolation during COVID

How Algoma Autism Foundation continues to fight isolation during COVID

Despite difficulties, organization continues to support families
Race, class, drugs and a new approach to anti-stigma campaigns

Race, class, drugs and a new approach to anti-stigma campaigns

Frank Rupnik takes a solutions journalism approach to covering the issue of drug abuse stereotypes
In some communities, serious opioid intervention starts in adolescence. And experts say it works

In some communities, serious opioid intervention starts in adolescence. And experts say it works

Youth Wellness Hubs are springing up across Ontario. So far, the only one in the North is in Kenora
How a friendship formed over a donated heart

How a friendship formed over a donated heart

A follow up to the story of Adam Prashaw and the journey his heart made back into his father's life