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Frank Giorno

Frank Giorno

Frank Giorno is a graduate of York University (Honors B.A Political Science) and Ryerson School of Journalism (B.A. Journalism).
He worked as a city hall reporter for the Brandon Sun; freelanced for the Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star. He is the past editor of www.mininglifeonline.com and the newsletter of the Association of Italian Canadian Writers.

Frank has also worked as Research Director for the Canadian Environmental Law Association; Senior Communications Advisor on Water Quality Issues for the Ministry of the Environment; Public Affairs Associate for Region of Peel Public Works and Media Relations Officer for Toronto Public Health. In Timmins he served as the Communications Manager for Mushkegowuk Environmental Research Centre/Five Nations Energy Project on Energy Conservation.

Recent Work by Frank

Could more autonomy hurt the North? One expert says yes

Could more autonomy hurt the North? One expert says yes

But a regional government for the region could work
Could more autonomy hurt the north? One expert says yes

Could more autonomy hurt the north? One expert says yes

But a regional government for the region could work
Could more autonomy hurt the north? One expert says yes

Could more autonomy hurt the north? One expert says yes

'Devolution could lead to more local introspection to find solutions and I think that is the very last thing Northern Ontario needs'
Could more autonomy hurt the north? One expert says yes

Could more autonomy hurt the north? One expert says yes

But a regional government for the region could work
Orange Shirt Day recalls injustice of residential schools

Orange Shirt Day recalls injustice of residential schools

And highlights the need for reconciliation
Viewing the northern lights near home a photographic exhibit opens in Timmins

Viewing the northern lights near home a photographic exhibit opens in Timmins

Are you fascinated by those strange, colourful lights in the night sky? Then you don’t want to miss the Karina Douglas Takayesu’s photography exhibit on aurora borealis or the northern lights at the Black Spruce Gallery on 42 Pine Street S. in Timmins,
Timmins Police Service Boards hears presentation on need for accessible taxi service

Timmins Police Service Boards hears presentation on need for accessible taxi service

Rick Lafleur the majority owner of Vet's Taxi believes it would be too costly for his company to put five accessible cabs on the road
Two decades of motorcycle trips inspire artist's vision of Canada <b>(5 photos)</b>

Two decades of motorcycle trips inspire artist's vision of Canada (5 photos)

Things got hyper-real at yesterday's opening at the museum
Two decades of motorcycle trips inspire artist's vision of Canada <b>(5 photos)</b>

Two decades of motorcycle trips inspire artist's vision of Canada (5 photos)

Things got hyper-real at yesterday's opening at the museum
Timmins Museum quietly re-opens,  grand opening coming later this fall

Timmins Museum quietly re-opens, grand opening coming later this fall

Red Gallery is grey but it's still the Red Gallery; there's an artists' studio and there will be a grand opening