Skip to content

Local News

No new forest fires in the region Thursday

No new forest fires in the region Thursday

There are currently 11 active fires in the region as of Thursday evening
Forest fire smoke expected to continuing impacting local air quality for several days

Forest fire smoke expected to continuing impacting local air quality for several days

More than half-a-million hectares of forest have burned, more than three times the average
Health-care workers rally outside Health Sciences North

Health-care workers rally outside Health Sciences North

Bargaining impacts of Bill 124 and access to protective equipment among issues raised by rally-goers
Public Health Sudbury reports no new cases of COVID-19 for the second day in a row

Public Health Sudbury reports no new cases of COVID-19 for the second day in a row

There are currently seven active cases being monitored by local health officials
Police trying to locate suspect in Memorial Park stabbing

Police trying to locate suspect in Memorial Park stabbing

Victim, 34, was seriously injured, suspect fled the scene on foot
His name's Nation North, and at age 11, he might be Sudbury's youngest entrepreneur

His name's Nation North, and at age 11, he might be Sudbury's youngest entrepreneur

And he’s holding a contest for local homeowners this summer 
<updated>Community calendar:</updated> Events coming up in Sudbury

Community calendar: Events coming up in Sudbury

A look at what's happening online and in the community
Is the med school practice of ‘pimping’ simply humiliation? Depends on how it's done, says NOSM dean

Is the med school practice of ‘pimping’ simply humiliation? Depends on how it's done, says NOSM dean

Dr. Sarita Verma says the teaching method has real value when done right, but can be destructive when used to humiliate rather than illuminate
Sudbury Airport gets a $3.5M lift-off from the feds to plug budget hole left by COVID-19

Sudbury Airport gets a $3.5M lift-off from the feds to plug budget hole left by COVID-19

Passenger volumes were down 72% in 2020, leading to millions in lost revenue
Then & Now: Sudbury’s (failed) 1974 experiment with a pedestrian mall

Then & Now: Sudbury’s (failed) 1974 experiment with a pedestrian mall

In a bid to fight back against the rise of shopping malls, Sudbury created the ‘Durham Street Mall’ between Larch and Elgin Streets; it didn’t go well. That said, pedestrian malls may be enjoying renewed interest as pandemic restrictions relax