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Jenny Lamothe

Jenny Lamothe

Jenny Lamothe is a reporter with Sudbury.com. She covers the diverse communities of Sudbury, especially the vulnerable or marginalized, including the Black, Indigenous, newcomer and Francophone communities, as well as 2SLGBTQ+ and the downtown core.

Recent Work by Jenny

BEYOND LOCAL: Man serving life for murder in Sudbury charged with sexual assault in North Bay

BEYOND LOCAL: Man serving life for murder in Sudbury charged with sexual assault in North Bay

Facing new charges in North Bay, Wright is already serving a life sentence for the 1998 murder of Renée Sweeney in Sudbury
Vulnerable people in Sudbury being egged at night

Vulnerable people in Sudbury being egged at night

Outreach workers and those who endure the attacks say it’s been going on for months
Sudbury city councillor's cause of death won’t be released publicly

Sudbury city councillor's cause of death won’t be released publicly

As there is no criminality involved, the results of the death investigation will only be revealed to the family, coroner's office says
Private searchers turn to psychics to help find missing Sudbury councillor

Private searchers turn to psychics to help find missing Sudbury councillor

‘We’re running out of time,’ says Bob Johnston, former mayoral candidate and friend to missing Ward 2 Coun. Michael Vagnini
VIDEO: Vigil for missing Sudbury councillor ‘a beacon to light his way’

VIDEO: Vigil for missing Sudbury councillor ‘a beacon to light his way’

‘Never lose faith’: Ward 2 Coun. Michael Vagnini has been missing since Jan. 27, and the community gathered at the Walden Winter Carnival’s opening to support friends and family
Sudbury murderer charged with two counts of sexual assault

Sudbury murderer charged with two counts of sexual assault

North Bay Police have charged Robert Steven Wright with forcible confinement and sexual assault; he is currently serving 12 years for the murder of Renée Sweeney
COLUMN: On this World AIDS Day, let no one be ignored

COLUMN: On this World AIDS Day, let no one be ignored

Sudbury.com reporter Jenny Lamothe shares the story of her Uncle Garry, who died of AIDS, and what she hopes will change for the future of people living with HIV and AIDS
'Bad Apples': Comedians on northern tour blunt stereotypes with humour

'Bad Apples': Comedians on northern tour blunt stereotypes with humour

Métis comedians Nelson Mayer and Clayton T. Stewart bring their tour to Sault Ste. Marie on Monday night
Tribute to a northern bluesman: Sudbury's Dwayne Trudeau dead at 48

Tribute to a northern bluesman: Sudbury's Dwayne Trudeau dead at 48

'He was possibly the truest representation of the musical form called The Blues that I have met'; Trudeau passed away on Nov. 13, leaving behind four children
Sault man gets house arrest for hit-and-run death of Laurentian student

Sault man gets house arrest for hit-and-run death of Laurentian student

In a Sudbury courtroom Monday, Thomas Schell received a 15-month conditional sentence for the hit-and-run death of Rajendra Prasad on Feb. 1, 2022
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