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Public Health Sudbury reports another new COVID-19 death

Public Health Sudbury reports another new COVID-19 death

There are 30 COVID cases in the hospital and three people in intensive care
Unused since 2020, Laurentian pool empty due to cracks, leak

Unused since 2020, Laurentian pool empty due to cracks, leak

Beyond basic repairs needed to get pool back to just ‘workable condition,’ millions in capital funding needed to upgrade 50-year-old facility to ‘acceptable standards,’ university VP tells Laurentian senate
Judge reserves decision in Michael Cady’s trial

Judge reserves decision in Michael Cady’s trial

Matter will return June 7 to set a date for that decision
Severe thunderstorm watch in effect for Greater Sudbury area

Severe thunderstorm watch in effect for Greater Sudbury area

Thunderstorms are expected to develop this afternoon
Stonewall protester gives students a lesson in LGBTQ+ history

Stonewall protester gives students a lesson in LGBTQ+ history

‘The police wanted us in jail, the psychiatrists wanted us in medical institutions, and the clergy wanted us in hell’
St. Ben’s girls tackle football team makes Canadian history

St. Ben’s girls tackle football team makes Canadian history

The school hosted the first-ever Canadian girls tackle football game at the high school level this week and though they lost the game 17-14, the players were ecstatic to hit the gridiron in a full-contact game
No new wildland fires in the north

No new wildland fires in the north

Among the active fires in the region is Timmins 1, which is currently covering 1,445 hectares
Health Canada warns of formula shortage for babies with food allergies

Health Canada warns of formula shortage for babies with food allergies

Before making decisions to switch or substitute formula, parents should speak to their healthcare professional.
Sudbury continues to have highest opioid death rate in Ontario

Sudbury continues to have highest opioid death rate in Ontario

Supervised consumption site expected to reduce overdose deaths
Prince Charles acknowledges suffering of residential school survivors

Prince Charles acknowledges suffering of residential school survivors

Charles said he was deeply moved by conversations with survivors who courageously shared their experiences of the schools during the three-day tour