Skip to content

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

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
Sault-born Order of Canada recipient continues cancer research

Sault-born Order of Canada recipient continues cancer research

After rubbing shoulders with Donald Sutherland and such, Dr. Robert Korneluk, aged 70, went back to work on immunotherapy
As COVID-19 poses a new problem for high school math students, a possible solution is born at Algoma U

As COVID-19 poses a new problem for high school math students, a possible solution is born at Algoma U

The idea is that university math whizzes are equipped to offer struggling high schoolers the kind of help their parents simply can't
Sometimes, the dark is a good place to be

Sometimes, the dark is a good place to be

Algoma Astronomers look to the skies for inspiration and knowledge. Tout astrophotography for beginning skylore enthusiasts
Retired Lieutenant-Colonel reflects on military service, Remembrance Day in the age of COVID-19

Retired Lieutenant-Colonel reflects on military service, Remembrance Day in the age of COVID-19

Lance Knox is hopeful that the community will come together to help the legion's fundraising efforts, despite COVID-19
Sault-born scientist wrestles with big questions surrounding COVID-19 and other infectious diseases

Sault-born scientist wrestles with big questions surrounding COVID-19 and other infectious diseases

Dr. Vincent Tagliabracci is putting his inquisitive nature as a youth to very good use
From musician to mortician: Catching up with Danno O'Shea

From musician to mortician: Catching up with Danno O'Shea

With COVID-19 restrictions halting live entertainment, the Sault-born drummer for My Son the Hurricane and band manager is making the most of his downtime
Young Architect Award winner adds a few more feathers to his cap

Young Architect Award winner adds a few more feathers to his cap

Former Saultite Luc Bouliane, with partner Natasha Lebel, has expanded firm, won another award and some plum contracts
Uncertain spring gave way to banner golf season at area courses

Uncertain spring gave way to banner golf season at area courses

COVID restrictions limiting other activities and border closure contributed to busy season