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Mark Gentili

Mark Gentili

Mark Gentili is the community editor at Sudbury.com. Follow him on Twitter @MarkGentili. He can be reached by email at mgentili@sudbury.com.

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Our annual 12 Days of Kindness campaign is really coming along

Our annual 12 Days of Kindness campaign is really coming along

But you’ll have to wait until mid-December to see who is receiving an AOK this year
<updated>Gentili: </updated>Here’s why we don’t allow comments on stories that have a racial element

Gentili: Here’s why we don’t allow comments on stories that have a racial element

Comment sections aren’t the place to debate complex social issues
Gentili: Here’s why we don’t allow comments on stories that have a racial element

Gentili: Here’s why we don’t allow comments on stories that have a racial element

Comment sections aren’t the place to debate complex social issues
Dear members, thank you for supporting local journalism

Dear members, thank you for supporting local journalism

Membership has its privileges
<updated>Gentili: </updated>Reining in payday lenders and the Le Ledo nothingburger

Gentili: Reining in payday lenders and the Le Ledo nothingburger

Kudos to council for pushing back on payday lenders. Plus, if you’re going to propose a development and refuse to be public about who you are, why should anyone take you seriously?
Sudbury family recovering from traumatic weekend fire

Sudbury family recovering from traumatic weekend fire

Daughter recalls how her mother shielded her and her son from the flames, sacrificing her body to keep them safe; a GoFundMe campaign is running to help fire victims with recovery
Gentili: Preparing for the worst versus hoping for the best

Gentili: Preparing for the worst versus hoping for the best

After SARS and H1N1, you would have thought governments would have been better prepared for COVID-19
Seven years gone: Group begins local search for Meagan Pilon

Seven years gone: Group begins local search for Meagan Pilon

Please Bring Me Home trained local volunteers in the basics of grid searching this past weekend as it prepares to search ‘areas of interest’ for Sudbury teen who vanished in 2013
Workers Centre event pushes for universal sick days

Workers Centre event pushes for universal sick days

Most Canadians don't have paid sick days, a fact that disproportionately harms women and minority workers
Labour issues with city’s pandemic response has CUPE local concerned

Labour issues with city’s pandemic response has CUPE local concerned

Local 4705 president says city demonstrating inflexibility and an unwillingness to work with the union during the pandemic