Nick Dunne's articles
Published On: December 02, 2021
Sudbury. Algoma. Timiskaming. Each is facing increased cases — and its own challenges in overcoming them.
Published On: September 24, 2021
This summer, nearly 4,000 people across six First Nations were evacuated due to forest fires. As climate change intensifies, how will government act?
‘Platitudes without a lot of commitments’: Cindy Blackstock on the leaders’ debate and reconciliation
Published On: September 13, 2021
TVO.org speaks with the executive director of the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada about the leaders’ debate and what was — and wasn’t — said about Indigenous issues.
Published On: August 30, 2021
It’s not unidentified. It’s not flying. But it’s definitely an object — and it’s one that residents of this small Ontario town take pride in.
Published On: August 30, 2021
Fast-rising prices in the south are driving would-be homebuyers farther north — and that has experts calling for action from the next federal government.
Published On: August 16, 2021
On June 5, the residential-school survivor left her home in Saskatchewan and started heading toward Ottawa. Since then, others have joined her to promote healing and awareness.
Published On: August 06, 2021
Do not try to pitch or hit this ball — unless you happen to be 40 times the size of a regular person.
Published On: July 14, 2021
The giant coin is now a northeastern mainstay and tourist attraction — but it almost didn’t get built.
Published On: July 05, 2021
By mid-June, the community of around 2,000 people had 232 cases. Local leadership says that federal response came too late and that long-standing issues urgently need to be fixed.
Published On: June 17, 2021
The institution closed in 1976. The litigation continues to this day. Here’s a 29-year timeline of how the St. Anne’s case developed.
Published On: June 04, 2021
The Soo is revamping its power system with the latest energy tech. Will its new smart grid be too smart for its own good?
Published On: June 02, 2021
In the wake of the discovery of 215 children’s remains in Kamloops, community members in Timmins and the James Bay area speak of trauma, healing, and the need for action.
Published On: June 01, 2021
Gail Jaremy’s rise through the ranks gave Hornepayne its CAO — and reflects what smaller communities have to do to attract and retain top-level talent.
Published On: May 20, 2021
The province ended its vaccine prioritization for hard-hit postal codes on Monday. The Timmins mayor wants it to change course.
Published On: May 10, 2021
In Foleyet, population 200, it can take hours to book and get a shot. But Brenda Vandal is on the case.
Published On: April 20, 2021
As part of Laurentian University’s creditor-protection process, the school has shut down nearly a third of its programs. Where does that leave students, staff, and partner universities?
Published On: April 19, 2021
With facilities in southern Ontario facing unprecedented capacity pressures, those in the north are gearing up to help out.
Published On: April 13, 2021
Towns and cities across the northeast are seeing substantial premium hikes — and that could mean higher taxes and fewer services.