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Amanda Rabski-McColl, LJI Reporter

Amanda Rabski-McColl, LJI Reporter

Amanda Rabski-McColl is a Diversity Reporter under the Local Journalism Initiative, which is funded by the Government of Canada

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Recent Work by Amanda

'There will be a space for you': Speakers talk about effects of bullying

'There will be a space for you': Speakers talk about effects of bullying

Fashion designer Scott Wabano and Canada’s Drag Race's Chelazon Leroux talked to Timmins high school students on Pink Shirt Day
Client well-being on the minds of locked out workers

Client well-being on the minds of locked out workers

The CMHA Cochrane-Timiskaming district and OPSEU/SEFPO have yet to get back to the bargaining table
City working out kinks of new paratransit on demand service

City working out kinks of new paratransit on demand service

Rides can be requested through an app or through Timmins Transit dispatch
Building reviews could open doors to accessibility funding

Building reviews could open doors to accessibility funding

MAAC is looking for more information on which buildings need extra help to bring down barriers
Trustee wants to get creative to recruit more French teachers

Trustee wants to get creative to recruit more French teachers

'Everybody’s having the same problem. How do you get them'
3 Nolans hype up players at tournament

3 Nolans hype up players at tournament

'It’s the off-ice memories, playing with your friends, that’s the best part of it'
Lessons in Black Canadian history on the shelf at Timmins library

Lessons in Black Canadian history on the shelf at Timmins library

A reading list for Black History Month
Local woman's path leads to an audience with the Pope

Local woman's path leads to an audience with the Pope

'I didn’t think that one day, I would be there, meeting the Pope because of that work'
Thousands of people — including the 3Nolans — in Timmins for annual tourney

Thousands of people — including the 3Nolans — in Timmins for annual tourney

With 56 teams on the ice, it's a record-setting year for the Mushkegowuk Cup
Event provides comfort and space for residential school survivors

Event provides comfort and space for residential school survivors

'We need to do it in our own space and with our own people'
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