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Editorial: Six hours is too long for city to respond to a dog attack

Editorial: Six hours is too long for city to respond to a dog attack

Given that dogs and their owners had a history with Animal Control, a prompt response should have been a priority
<b>Editorial: We need to protect seniors from a gaping hole in our social safety net</b>

Editorial: We need to protect seniors from a gaping hole in our social safety net

Pretty soon, a quarter of Ontario’s population will be elderly and many don’t have the savings to fund their retirement
<b>Editorial: A $114M day for Laurentian is a great day for Sudbury</b>

Editorial: A $114M day for Laurentian is a great day for Sudbury

Ambitious Metal Earth project puts LU on the global map
Editorial: Ontario’s trades system needs a fix and fast

Editorial: Ontario’s trades system needs a fix and fast

Broken apprenticeship system and lingering stigma are turning a bad situation dire
NEO Kids fight shows North still getting short-changed

NEO Kids fight shows North still getting short-changed

It’s high time the province recognizes northerners need our own pediatric centre
Editorial: Reading between the lines of the transit scandal report

Editorial: Reading between the lines of the transit scandal report

Mayor Brian Bigger ran on a transparency tickets and painted himself into a corner when it comes to the Sudbury Transit scandal
Finally, a city council ready to seize opportunities

Finally, a city council ready to seize opportunities

We love Greater Sudbury. And as the city’s community newspaper, we’ve watched, in disappointment at times, as our elected officials have squandered opportunities to move this city forward.
Editorial: The potential stink of city-backed warranties

Editorial: The potential stink of city-backed warranties

Although it might come as a surprise to some homeowners, the pipes that connect your castle to the city's lines belong to you.
Editorial: Saying there's no problem at city hall isn't enough

Editorial: Saying there's no problem at city hall isn't enough

Using words like "toxic," "mind-blowing" and "paranoid," Robert Johnston dropped a bombshell last week. Johnston was Greater Sudbury's interim chief administrative officer from the beginning of May until the end of September.
After nine years, it’s time for a change

After nine years, it’s time for a change

We are within days of electing a new federal government in this great country of ours. Like you, we’ve been thinking about our vote very seriously for a considerable period of time.