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A Val Caron resident is expected to be in court to answer to charges of distributing cannabis illegally after Greater Sudbury Police exercised a search warrant September 14.
Organizers of the New Liskeard Fall Fair are going ahead with some online entertainment, a virtual harvest queen pageant, and even virtual livestock shows, despite the pandemic.
Biologist Chris Sharp is attaching transmitters to Sandhill cranes to see exactly what crops they are migrating to, when and for how long.
The Progressive Conservative government says it will keep a campaign promise to give northern Ontario communities a share of the money it collects from mines and forests. Some First Nations in the region are already getting a cut of the action, although some say, not enough.
Some school boards have appointed new remote learning principals and co-ordinators to help streamline the new distance learning model and the Rainbow District School Board is no exception.
Vic Fedeli, MPP for Nipissing, said it was the first reported case of COVID-19 at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada conference that made the pandemic seem real to him.
Kari Gervais, the vice-president of clinical services for St. Joseph’s Health Centre, said they are holding a job fair to try and recruit more nurses, registered practical nurses (RPNs,) physiotherapists and occupational therapists.
The Kingsway Entertainment District is a proposed arena, casino and convention centre planned in the city.
The Kingsway Entertainment District is a proposed arena, casino and convention centre planned in Sudbury.
Admission to a number of Laurentian University programs could soon be reinstated, after a vote this week by the university’s Senate.
A First Nation on Manitoulin Island says its members are preparing in the event COVID-19 numbers keep rising and they need to close the roads.
Beth Mairs says the first days of the Sudbury’s Indie Cinema Co-Op’s reopening were “daunting.”
James Wickman said he was in his vehicle when he heard over the radio that the winning ticket for a $65 million Lotto Max draw was sold in the Temiskaming/Cochrane area.
France Gélinas, MPP for Nickel Belt and the opposition health critic, spoke in the Ontario legislature yesterday about what she says is inequitable access to health care.
The Sudbury health unit is scaling back the amount of information it releases on people who test positive for COVID-19.
The union for volunteer firefighters in Greater Sudbury says one of its members contracted COVID-19 after responding to a bonfire in Garson back in July.
A podcast series, offered by the Conference Board of Canada, is called Bright Future, and Martin’s episode is available today.
The prospect of tightened restrictions or another lockdown has some people in Sudbury picking up the pace to renovate their homes, so they’re able weather the potential storm more comfortably.
Construction of these units is funded partly through Indigenous Services Canada and Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, and will use local materials, in-house labour.
The Grand Chief of Mushkegowuk Council wants to shorten the time it takes to get results from COVID-19 tests for people on the James Bay coast.
City hall in Sault Ste. Marie officially has a new name.
It was election day on Monday for one small town in northern Ontario, the first to hold a vote during the pandemic.
A Sudbury high school student says she’ll be staying home to do online learning after a miscommunication over a medical exemption for wearing a mask left her feeling ostracized.
Public Health Sudbury and Districts is announcing another two people in the Greater Sudbury area have tested positive for COVID-19. In a news release, the health unit says it’s not known how they became infected, but they are self-isolating.
Business owners were surprised who came through their campgrounds this summer.
The speed at which the lab can take samples and analyze them becomes critical in the process of monitoring the virus’ spread, especially as Ontario sees a dramatic increase in the number of cases.
Starting this week in Sudbury, the garbage bag limit is back down to one bag per week.
Public Health Sudbury & Districts is warning patrons of Kate’s Kountry Kitchen in Markstay-Warren of a potential low-risk exposure to COVID-19.
The Porcupine Health Unit and the Weeneebayko Area Health Authority say there is a confirmed COVID-19 case on the James Bay Coast.
A new non-profit in Sudbury is hoping to bring community members together and take their minds off the heavy news cycle through local art murals.
A Laurentian University professor has signed a petition to have her colleague reinstated after what she calls ‘a clumsy and badly written’ Tweet.