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Dariya Baiguzhiyeva

Dariya Baiguzhiyeva

Dariya Baiguzhiyeva is a Local Journalism Initiative reporter covering diversity issues for TimminsToday. The LJI is funded by the Government of Canada

Recent Work by Dariya

Retired teacher passionate about art, history

Retired teacher passionate about art, history

Gilberte Mathieu retired in 2019 but still enjoys supply teaching
Jonathan Soloman walking away from politics

Jonathan Soloman walking away from politics

The Mushkegowuk Council Grand Chief and former Kashechewan chief is focussing on his health, family
New chief and council elected in Taykwa Tagamou Nation

New chief and council elected in Taykwa Tagamou Nation

Bruce Archibald was re-elected as the chief
Annual haunted trail 'talk of the town' (5 photos)

Annual haunted trail 'talk of the town' (5 photos)

It attracts hundreds of visitors
Books inspire tourism project following route of the Northlander

Books inspire tourism project following route of the Northlander

'I hope that the people of northeastern Ontario will become aware of their fabulous history and that the people of the south will have the curiosity to discover a unique part of the country,' says francophone author Jocelyne Saucier
Forestry company filling skills gap, labour shortage through international recruitment

Forestry company filling skills gap, labour shortage through international recruitment

About 10 international workers have already arrived and more are expected over the winter
Former business owner, volunteer likes peace and sense of community in the north

Former business owner, volunteer likes peace and sense of community in the north

Rita Karina Loza Cifuentes moved to Canada from Ecuador
Timmins man shares his experience dealing with drugs, addictions (6 photos)

Timmins man shares his experience dealing with drugs, addictions (6 photos)

'I was just another Native person on the street using drugs, alcohol. Now, it’s all changed,' says Jay Howson
'Our dream will become true shortly:' La Ronde executive director

'Our dream will become true shortly:' La Ronde executive director

Ground has been broken for the new building, with construction expected to wrap up in January 2023
'You never stop looking:' Sixties Scoop survivor (9 photos)

'You never stop looking:' Sixties Scoop survivor (9 photos)

A central agency providing financial support and resources is needed for Indigenous families who are searching for their missing loved ones, says Crystal Semaganis