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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

How Saultite John Findlay followed his passion to a healthy business

How Saultite John Findlay followed his passion to a healthy business

Sault man turned his passion into a full-time job and now grows gourmet mushrooms
Community assured, theatre will run live again after COVID

Community assured, theatre will run live again after COVID

Hundred-year history of theatre in Sault Ste. Marie suggests that the industry is ready to reopen after the pandemic
Here's what you need to know about skating in the Sault

Here's what you need to know about skating in the Sault

No hockey games - On-site security will be enforcing the rules
Ever wonder how some of these west-end schools got their names?

Ever wonder how some of these west-end schools got their names?

Who were David Kyle, Uriah McFadden and Isabel Fletcher?
Something special for kids waiting for Santa

Something special for kids waiting for Santa

And why it's never a good idea to eat a scarf
How the Sault Ste. Marie Museum is bouncing back after a four-month shutdown

How the Sault Ste. Marie Museum is bouncing back after a four-month shutdown

Bringing in an artist in residence, new collections and collecting COVID-19 artifacts all in store for 2021
Indoor sports are going to be different this year. Here's how different

Indoor sports are going to be different this year. Here's how different

Sweaty fist-bumps, hugs, are definitely not okay
Library staff bring stuffies to life for virtual Teddy Bear Sleepover

Library staff bring stuffies to life for virtual Teddy Bear Sleepover

Kids respond super well, says Sault Ste. Marie Public Library children's clerk
The Old Town Cemetery: the last remaining relic of 19th century rural Sault life

The Old Town Cemetery: the last remaining relic of 19th century rural Sault life

The resting place once run by St. Luke’s Cathedral, which is now an officially recognized historic site
The Voyageur Trail Association has a long history thanks to the help of one of its founders

The Voyageur Trail Association has a long history thanks to the help of one of its founders

Paul Syme did his homework when it came to preparing the Voyageur trails, and it has shown