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Heidi Ulrichsen

Heidi Ulrichsen

Heidi Ulrichsen is the associate content editor at Sudbury.com. She also covers education and the arts scene. Follow her on Twitter @HeidiUlrichsen. She can be reached by email at hulrichsen@sudbury.com.

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Recent Work by Heidi

We photographed four CCPS kindergarteners a decade ago: They’re now Grade 8 grads

We photographed four CCPS kindergarteners a decade ago: They’re now Grade 8 grads

And they’re leaving elementary school behind amid a pandemic
<updated>Attempted murder charge: </updated>2nd person may have been involved in ‘violent’ Minnow Lake assault

Attempted murder charge: 2nd person may have been involved in ‘violent’ Minnow Lake assault

Greater Sudbury Police plead with public for information about the incident
LU dean apologizes, steps down after #AllLivesMatter tweet

LU dean apologizes, steps down after #AllLivesMatter tweet

LU president Dr. Robert Haché called the tweet 'inappropriate and offensive'
Sudbury finds ways to celebrate Pride Month in spite of COVID-19

Sudbury finds ways to celebrate Pride Month in spite of COVID-19

Sudbury Pride is holding a virtual festival next month called ‘Queerantine’
‘Stranded’ Thorneloe students not happy with LU’s solutions to let them finish their degrees

‘Stranded’ Thorneloe students not happy with LU’s solutions to let them finish their degrees

Caroline Kan-Hai, who just finished her first year in the motion picture arts program, said she fears she’ll be left with a ‘Mickey Mouse degree’
‘Financial instability’ forces permanent closure of Sudbury Salvation Army Thrift Store

‘Financial instability’ forces permanent closure of Sudbury Salvation Army Thrift Store

Salvation Army hopes to use space in Notre Dame Ave. building to create Family Resource Centre
Graduate students say request to LU to waive tuition fees met with ‘basically silence’

Graduate students say request to LU to waive tuition fees met with ‘basically silence’

So the GSA has scraped together some funds to provide financial relief for members
Hospice needs to make up for thousands in lost revenue with July 8 radio Care-A-Thon

Hospice needs to make up for thousands in lost revenue with July 8 radio Care-A-Thon

Several fundraisers have been cancelled or postponed; hospice must raise $63K a month to cover operating expenses
<updated>Going the distance:</updated> Cancer foundation staffer runs 100 miles at Kivi Park, raises $6K

Going the distance: Cancer foundation staffer runs 100 miles at Kivi Park, raises $6K

Mary-Elizabeth Schweyer loves running ultra-marathons, and when her summer races were cancelled, she decided to run one by herself for a good cause
<updated>Awesome educators: </updated>Lo-Ellen teacher Vanessa Catto’s COVID art challenge kept students inspired in isolation

Awesome educators: Lo-Ellen teacher Vanessa Catto’s COVID art challenge kept students inspired in isolation

And the results are beautiful — check out the photo gallery