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Ontario walks back new pandemic police powers following widespread backlash

Ontario walks back new pandemic police powers following widespread backlash

Officers will no longer have the right to stop pedestrians or drivers to ask why they are out or request their home address, Solicitor General says
Public Health Sudbury reports 14 new COVID-19 cases; active cases down to 184

Public Health Sudbury reports 14 new COVID-19 cases; active cases down to 184

HSN currently has 18 admitted patients with COVID-19, with 5 in ICU
<updated>‘A life well lived’: </updated>Veteran journalist and writer Mick Lowe has passed away at age 73

‘A life well lived’: Veteran journalist and writer Mick Lowe has passed away at age 73

Despite suffering a debilitating stroke in 2008, Lowe never stopped writing or loving life
Franco-Ontarian writer so angry about Laurentian cuts, he’s handing back 2002 honourary doctorate

Franco-Ontarian writer so angry about Laurentian cuts, he’s handing back 2002 honourary doctorate

Jean Marc Dalpé said the fight is not over at Laurentian University: ‘This is not our first battle’
Laurentian will run 6 Indigenous Studies courses previously offered by University of Sudbury

Laurentian will run 6 Indigenous Studies courses previously offered by University of Sudbury

Deal with University of Sudbury is for the spring term only after Laurentian recently terminated the 60-year-old federation agreement
Ontario reports 4,362 new COVID cases Saturday

Ontario reports 4,362 new COVID cases Saturday

The province reported 3,611 recoveries and 34 deaths in today's update
<updated>Good morning, Sudbury!</updated> Here are seven stories to start your weekend

Good morning, Sudbury! Here are seven stories to start your weekend

Here's what's happening around Greater Sudbury today
OHL return would be 'irresponsible' with COVID numbers rising: Ontario minister

OHL return would be 'irresponsible' with COVID numbers rising: Ontario minister

The format for a potential return also remains up in the air at this point
Researcher seeking miner participants for study on COPD and workplace compensation

Researcher seeking miner participants for study on COPD and workplace compensation

People who worked at any mine in Northern Ontario are eligible to take part
Pandemic ‘crashed’ staffing at Ontario long-term care homes, says association

Pandemic ‘crashed’ staffing at Ontario long-term care homes, says association

Long-Term Care Association releases recommendations for commission looking into nursing home care