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Trauma through the years: Why colonialism isn’t a yesterday problem, it’s a today problem

Trauma through the years: Why colonialism isn’t a yesterday problem, it’s a today problem

Like the impact of the Holocaust on the Jewish people, the damage done to First Nations since first contact hasn’t gone away — it’s been passed down from generation to generation
Opioid death rate in the North almost twice that of the south

Opioid death rate in the North almost twice that of the south

TVO current affairs program The Agenda explores problems of treating opioid addicts with panel of Northern Ontario experts
Sudbury seniors reportedly having a hard time accessing high-dose flu shot

Sudbury seniors reportedly having a hard time accessing high-dose flu shot

Public Health asking seniors to get the standard-dose vaccine if high-dose not available
New law proposes legal protection for long-term care homes in Ontario

New law proposes legal protection for long-term care homes in Ontario

Ontario Health Coalition says law will take legal protection away from residents
Pitches sought for Sudbury supervised drug consumption site

Pitches sought for Sudbury supervised drug consumption site

Request for expressions of interest in project goes up on Public Health Sudbury website
Sudbury Children’s Treatment Centre moving to Southridge Mall

Sudbury Children’s Treatment Centre moving to Southridge Mall

Relocation will make room for 52 new beds at Health Sciences North
Are workers in danger if they're not told about COVID-19 in the workplace?

Are workers in danger if they're not told about COVID-19 in the workplace?

NDP calls on Ontario government to be more transparent about COVID outbreaks
Ontario Nurses' Association calls for action following violent Elliot Lake hospital incident

Ontario Nurses' Association calls for action following violent Elliot Lake hospital incident

Incident demonstrates 'how unprepared this and many employers are for workplace violence,' says association president
Sudbury families urged to celebrate Halloween safely if they decide to go door-to-door

Sudbury families urged to celebrate Halloween safely if they decide to go door-to-door

Other areas in Toronto and Southern Ontario discourage door-to-door trick or treating
Horwath wants to end three and four-bed long-term care rooms

Horwath wants to end three and four-bed long-term care rooms

NDP said four-bed rooms create a greater risk of COVID-19 infection