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Jenny Lamothe

Jenny Lamothe

Jenny Lamothe is a reporter with Sudbury.com. She covers the diverse communities of Sudbury, especially the vulnerable or marginalized, including the Black, Indigenous, newcomer and Francophone communities, as well as 2SLGBTQ+ and issues of the downtown core.

Recent Work by Jenny

Upcoming election won’t change federal response to Robinson-Huron Treaty annuities

Upcoming election won’t change federal response to Robinson-Huron Treaty annuities

While the provincial government appeals the 2018 decision, the government of Canada will stand by the choice not to pursue further legal actions
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Lakehead researcher seeks to understand northern housing insecurity

ONTARIO: Lakehead researcher seeks to understand northern housing insecurity

Dr. Rebecca Schiff co-leading projects to find affordable solutions specific to Northern Canada
Provincial MMIWG plan succeeds where feds’ plan fails, says Indigenous advocate

Provincial MMIWG plan succeeds where feds’ plan fails, says Indigenous advocate

ONWA executive director says national plan ‘feels like it only cares about us when we’re gone.’
Northern MPP calls for Indigenous-led investigations into Ontario residential schools

Northern MPP calls for Indigenous-led investigations into Ontario residential schools

‘Finding and locating our lost children is a sacred responsibility for our Peoples and must be led by First Nations communities and leaders,’ said Mamakwa
Chiefs ‘trying to find the logic’ of province appealing ruling on Robinson Huron Treaty

Chiefs ‘trying to find the logic’ of province appealing ruling on Robinson Huron Treaty

A 2018 court ruling found First Nation signatories to the 1851 treaty are owed millions because the Crown failed to live up to the terms, but the province is fighting that decision
YMCA breathes a sigh of relief in latest community report

YMCA breathes a sigh of relief in latest community report

While there have been losses, community fundraising ensures the YMCA of Northeastern Ontario will continue, and bring Timmins into the fold. 
Report: First Nations face unnecessary obstacles in funding applications

Report: First Nations face unnecessary obstacles in funding applications

Northern Policy Institute says redundant reporting a major hurdle for already stretched Band staff
New book a kind of how-to guide to improving Canada’s relationship with First Nations

New book a kind of how-to guide to improving Canada’s relationship with First Nations

The Northern Ontario author's book launched recently
Monetary settlement most likely result of Robinson Huron Treaty appeal, proponents say

Monetary settlement most likely result of Robinson Huron Treaty appeal, proponents say

Such an outcome would not only benefit signatory First Nations, but the communities neighbouring them, says chair of the Robinson Huron Treaty Litigation Fund