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Mike Hermida

Mike Hermida

Mike Hermida is a Sault-based freelance writer at SooToday and a Law and Legal Studies student at Carleton University. Before joining the team, Mike wrote for his school's independent newspaper, The Charlatan

Recent Work by Mike

Find the Easter Bunny, Baby Yoda and the Mandalorian at the library

Find the Easter Bunny, Baby Yoda and the Mandalorian at the library

Sault Ste. Marie Public Library announces Easter in-person program and plans ahead for loosened COVID restrictions
Alcohol delivery pros and cons

Alcohol delivery pros and cons

The pandemic seems to be changing the way many of us shop. SooToday follows up with experts on some of the ramifications of home delivery of alcohol
Catching up with Andre, Steve and the state of non-motorized transit in the Sault

Catching up with Andre, Steve and the state of non-motorized transit in the Sault

At the core of changing transportation culture is the question of what method of transportation is most convenient
Sault teen continues Adopt-a-Senior program for holiday season

Sault teen continues Adopt-a-Senior program for holiday season

Still navigating pandemic concerns
Water agency task force pitching in the flow

Water agency task force pitching in the flow

Members of the task force bring us up to speed about their work, hopes to see the agency find a home in the Sault
Hospital tackles wait times made worse by pandemic

Hospital tackles wait times made worse by pandemic

Sault results are six minutes above provincial average
Funeral home director talks about opioid crisis effects

Funeral home director talks about opioid crisis effects

Opioid-related deaths primarily targeting young people, taking terrible toll on grieving families
Search for remains of relative leads activist to auction Indigenous artwork for charity

Search for remains of relative leads activist to auction Indigenous artwork for charity

Anishinaabe volunteer organizes Full Circle Auction and donates all proceeds to Children of Shingwauk Alumni Association
Hoping to hold political office? A board or committee is often 'a good first step', says city CAO

Hoping to hold political office? A board or committee is often 'a good first step', says city CAO

Sitting on a municipal board or committee can also offer youth valuable experience outside of employment, explains Malcolm White
Local students awarded Mayor’s Youth Advisory Council Learning Scholarships

Local students awarded Mayor’s Youth Advisory Council Learning Scholarships

MYAC currently accepting applications for new members