Sam Juric

Reporter

Sam Juric is a CBC reporter and producer, through which she's had the privilege of telling stories from P.E.I., Sudbury and Nunavut.

Latest from Sam Juric

Maamwizing Indigenous Research Institute receives $400K for community-driven project

Maamwizing Indigenous Research Institute, at Laurentian University has received $400,000 from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) through its Race, Gender and Diversity Initiative.

Love it or hate it, now you can take in an exhibit on the controversial mural at Sudbury's old hospital

The controversial mural that graces the walls of the Sudbury General Hospital of the Immaculate Heart of Mary is now the subject of a poster display at the Sudbury Writers' Guild at the New Sudbury Centre.

As inflation rate soars, eating out at some Sudbury establishments is likely to cost you more

Looking to grab a bite to eat at a restaurant or bakery in Sudbury? Business owners say due to the rate of inflation, now, it will likely cost you more.
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Stomach 'in knots,' says sister of 1 of 2 Alberta-bound men on plane that vanished in Wawa, Ont., area

Search-and-rescue efforts continued Monday in Ontario's north after a plane carrying two men vanished four days earlier. The plane was recently purchased and the two had planned to eventually go to Alberta, according to Mary Reimer, sister of one of the men.

Maternity care for people in rural northern Ontario drying up, new study finds

Pregnant people are travelling farther and farther to access obstetrical care in rural communities in northern Ontario.

Return of Northlander train service could include new connection to Cochrane, Ont.

Ontario's Progressive Conservative government has announced it has earmarked $75 million to restore passenger rail service to northeastern Ontario. 

3rd-party online vendors offer relief to physicians in Ontario's north, but patients pay extra fees

Physicians across Ontario are increasingly using third-party online vendors to arrange for patient services like referrals and prescription renewals, meaning patients are being charged extra fees to access services that were previously free.

The number of hate motivated crimes reported to Sudbury police is climbing. So what does that tell us?

The number of reported hate crimes in Canada is on the rise. That's according to new information released by Statistics Canada. So what does this mean for Sudbury, Ont.?

How a co-op placement landed a Laurentian student a byline in a prestigious science journal

Urbanization is driving the evolution of plants on a global scale. That's according to an international study recently supported by Laurentian University. 

Laurentian study aims to quantify challenges in accessing autism services in northern Ontario

A new study at Laurentian University is working to quantify the challenges faced by families in accessing autism services and supports for their children.

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