Martha Dillman

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Martha Dillman is a multimedia journalist based in Sudbury. You can find her on Twitter @marthaCBC or by email martha.dillman@cbc.ca

Latest from Martha Dillman

Northern Ontario one step closer to being home to Canada's first stand-alone medical school

The provincial government says two universities in northern Ontario are closer to being stand alone institutions after passing a bill at Queen’s Park.
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How this Sudbury man is honouring his friend by running

In the last few days of Steve Matusch’s life, he had a conversation with his friend Andre Dumais about the importance of keeping the Sudbury Rocks race going.
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Remembering Steve Matusch, Sudbury Rocks! race founder

As the annual Sudbury Rocks race draws closer, many are taking time to remember the man who founded the race; most notably, his wife.
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Sudbury Rocks! race donating proceeds to Northern Cancer Foundation

Each year at the Sudbury ROCKS! race, Tannys Laughren waits at the finish line, cheering on participants as they finish their race. But this year, people like Laughren will be cheering the runners on virtually, as the event is now online.
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Runners gear up to take part in virtual Sudbury Rocks! race

Each year, thousands of runners lace up in Sudbury and take part in the annual Sudbury Rocks! race, but like most events, COVID-19 has changed plans for the event this year.

Moving into Stage 3? Here's what you need to know

Starting today, the majority of Ontario will move into Stage 3 as the province continues with the pandemic recovery plan.

Bear sightings on the rise in northeastern Ontario, MNRF says

Residents across northeastern Ontario are reporting bear sightings to their local municipality and the province.

Grocer 4 Good offers opportunities for underemployed in Sault Ste. Marie

Getting a part time job can be a challenge for anyone, but that task for someone with a disability can be even more daunting.

Work underway to prepare snowmobile trails in Sudbury-area

If Mother Nature co-operates, the snowmobile trails are expected to open in the Sudbury area within a few weeks.

Campus groups react to court striking down Ford government student fee change

Campus groups at Laurentian University in Sudbury say they are thrilled but cautious about an Ontario court ruling that strikes down a provincial government move to make some post-secondary student fees optional.

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