Jamie-Lee McKenzie

Jamie-Lee McKenzie is from Kebaowek First Nation. She's a Reporter with CBC Sudbury. She's also worked as a Reporter and Associate Producer with CBC Manitoba and CBC North in Whitehorse. Reach her at jamie.mckenzie@cbc.ca or connect with her on Twitter @JamieMcKenzie_

Latest from Jamie-Lee McKenzie

Sudbury woman fights for job after being fired on maternity leave

A Sudbury woman is fighting to get her job back after being terminated while on maternity leave.

Sudbury Secondary students preparing for Alice in Wonderland

The Mad Hatter, the White Rabbit and Alice herself are all getting ready to make an appearance in Sudbury. Students from Sudbury Secondary School are preparing to go through the looking glass to perform Alice in Wonderland.

Rural and northern immigration pilot moves forward in Greater Sudbury

The City of Greater Sudbury is taking the next steps in the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program (RNIP).

City of Greater Sudbury working to strengthen relations with Indigenous communities

Sudbury city council is discussing next steps in the effort to strengthen Indigenous relations. 

Sudbury woman supports petition to add accents to French names on government I.D.

Ontarians with French names that have accents might finally see their names spelled properly on provincial government issued documents and cards.

Sudbury's proposed 2020 budget to include 3.5% property tax increase

The City of Greater Sudbury's proposed 2020 budget includes a proposed 3.5 per cent property tax increase.

Greater Sudbury Police raising awareness of child sexual abuse

The Greater Sudbury Police Service is working with other community partners to bring awareness to child sexual abuse.

Advocates of living wage launch Sudbury campaign to help low-income earners get ahead

Greater Sudbury is one of 22 cities in Canada to launch a living wage campaign to encourage employers to pay their workers more than minimum wage.

Downtown Sudbury business owner trying to remain positive after another theft

A downtown Sudbury business owner is trying to stay positive after she had to make another phone call to the police.

Changes coming to Sudbury's sign bylaw

The City of Greater Sudbury is making changes to its sign bylaw. The current bylaw was created in 2007, the bylaw is now out of date and needs to be updated to included regulations that didn't need to be in place 12 years ago. 

Greater Sudbury Airport exploring options for international flights

The Greater Sudbury Airport is exploring options to offer international flights and bring customs into the city.

Concerns about legal fees, timelines for Kingsway Entertainment District in Sudbury

The Kingsway Entertainment District is still going through legal challenges, however, some work is still continuing to happen on the project in Greater Sudbury

Nearly 5% increase in proposed Sudbury police budget

The Greater Sudbury Police Service is requesting an increase for the 2020 budget.

Sudbury Real Estate Board warns about rental scam

The Sudbury Real Estate Board is warning agents and potential renters about a rental scam on the website Prop2go.com.

Sudburians work together to improve care for seniors

Hundreds of people in Greater Sudbury are working together to find solutions to improve care for seniors. The Greater Sudbury Seniors' Summit was hosted on Thursday by the Seniors' Advisory Panel to the Mayor and City Council. 

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