Angela Gemmill


Angela Gemmill is a CBC journalist who covers news in Sudbury and northern Ontario. Connect with her on Twitter @AngelaGemmill. Send story ideas to

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New owners to convert former downtown church in Sudbury, Ont., into concert hall

Couple Dan Guillemette and Liana Bacon recently purchased the former Knox Presbyterian Church on Larch Street, and plan to re-purpose the building into a venue for live performances.

Sudbury, partners working to plan 'home away from home' for future First Nation evacuees

The City of Greater Sudbury and its partners are preparing for when the city hosts evacuees from remote northern Ontario.

Financial incentives 'great carrot' for developers to create housing downtown

New incentives available from the City of Greater Sudbury are making the downtown area more attractive to potential developers.

Sault booklet "developed by parents for parents" to help young adults with substance use disorders

A new handbook from the Sault Area Hospital provides resources for parents of a young person with a substance use disorder. It had input from parents with lived experiences.

Migrant workers in Sudbury to demand 'status for all' as part of Canada-wide rallies

Sudbury, Ont., is one of six Canadian cities holding weekend Status for All rallies to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.

Sudbury police adding new recruits, licence plate scanners

A key part of the 2023 Greater Sudbury Police Service budget was funding to hire new officers. The first five will be hired in June.

After more than 20 years, Sudbury woman becomes Canadian citizen

After living in Canada for more than 20 years, a Sudbury woman has finally become a citizen. Neha Singh credits digitalization of the application process for the reason.

Man with dementia suffers severe burns at Sudbury, Ont., long-term care home

A 75-year-old man with dementia suffered severe burns when his arm ended up on a radiator while he was sleeping at the Sudbury, Ont., long-term care home where he's been living for over a year. The home says it's taken steps to ensure another such incident won't happen again.

Mild winter weather possible factor in snowmobiling fatalities, OPP say

Ontario Provincial Police say the mild weather this winter may have contributed to the fatal snowmobiling collisions so far this winter.

Laurentian architecture students building bridge with Ontario Parks, Sagamok First Nation

Grad students at the McEwen School of Architecture at Laurentian University are working on their first large-scale project — a bridge to be installed at Fort La Cloche, at the Heaven's Gate Trail. It's a partnership with Ontario Parks and Sagamok First Nation.