Warren Schlote


Warren Schlote is a reporter at CBC Sudbury. Connect with him via email at warren.schlote@cbc.ca, or on Twitter at @ReporterWarren.

Latest from Warren Schlote

Wolf research braids GPS, helicopters with Indigenous knowledge systems

A study on eastern wolves near Georgian Bay is taking a unique approach by braiding western science, such as GPS tracking and helicopters, together with Indigenous knowledge systems.

Greater Sudbury Hydro to refund customers for 4 years of overbilling

Greater Sudbury Hydro will refund a total of $919,000 to its customers over four years of billing after discovering it had miscalculated fixed charges dating back as far as 2005.

Sudbury gas 'drive-offs' this year already surpass 2021 figure

Gas stations in Greater Sudbury have experienced more fuel thefts so far this year than all of 2021, according to the Greater Sudbury Police Service.

Meet the Sudbury nordic ski coach who trained 2 Paralympians

As Canada’s team prepares to return from the 2022 Paralympic Winter Games in Beijing, Sudbury’s Patti Kitler is celebrating the successes of some athletes she helped to reach the international stage.

Laurentian University governors approve 2020-21 financials after Zoom bombing

Laurentian University’s board of governors approved the school’s draft consolidated financial statements for 2020-21, despite disrupters staging a Zoom bombing near the start of the presentation.

Cambrian College revives hotel, restaurant management diploma

Sudbury’s Cambrian College is restarting its hospitality program in hotel and restaurant management after a 10-year hiatus.

Colin Mochrie playing for northern Ontario LGBT camp on new show

Actor Colin Mochrie is competing against fellow Canadian comedians on a new show to be the Last One Laughing. If he wins, he gets $100,000 to give to Welcome Friend Association's Rainbow Camp.

Elgin Street Mission transforms food donations through tech

Sudbury’s Elgin Street Mission has turned to grocery delivery service Instacart to make it easier for people to donate the most in-demand food items to the non-profit.

Empowering Youth for Junction Creek seeks input for second year

Sudbury’s Junction Creek Stewardship Committee is gathering community feedback as it prepares for the second year of its Empowering Youth for Junction Creek initiative.

New grant aims to expand ecological agriculture in northern Ontario

A new federal funding stream is aimed at supporting ecological agriculture startups in northern Ontario by covering half of new farmers' eligible equipment costs.