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<updated>Letter: </updated>To our new MPs, we are counting on you to boldly address climate emergency

Letter: To our new MPs, we are counting on you to boldly address climate emergency

Now that the election is over, time to roll up your sleeves and and get to work, says reader
OPP arrest Sudbury police constable on charges of resisting a police officer, trespassing

OPP arrest Sudbury police constable on charges of resisting a police officer, trespassing

Charges result from weekend incident at a public gathering at the Espanola Recreation Centre 
#TheSoapbox: Seven reasons why we need a referendum on the KED

#TheSoapbox: Seven reasons why we need a referendum on the KED

Sudburian Patrick Crowe argues there are just far too many issues with the project and far too many concerned residents to proceed with the entertainment district project without putting the question to the people
Northern Ontario doctor under fire for his ‘disgraceful’ stance on COVID-19 response

Northern Ontario doctor under fire for his ‘disgraceful’ stance on COVID-19 response

College of Physicians and Surgeons alleges that Dr. Patrick Brian Phillips, who practices in the Englehart area, made ‘misleading, incorrect or inflammatory statements about vaccinations, treatments and public health measures for COVID-19’
Public Health Sudbury reports four new COVID-19 cases for Sept. 28

Public Health Sudbury reports four new COVID-19 cases for Sept. 28

There are now 44 active cases being monitored by local health officials in the Sudbury District.
Rotarians unveil new peace poles at Rotary Park

Rotarians unveil new peace poles at Rotary Park

Greater Sudbury is now home to 15 peace poles throughout the city, with more planned for the future
Greater Sudbury’s new homelessness consultant tells us how he thinks city should tackle the issue

Greater Sudbury’s new homelessness consultant tells us how he thinks city should tackle the issue

Iain De Jong is world-renowned consultant and, quite literally, wrote ‘The Book on Homelessness’
Ontario's science table set to release new COVID-19 projections at 2 p.m.

Ontario's science table set to release new COVID-19 projections at 2 p.m.

Daily case counts have so far remained under 1,000 during the fourth wave, and the graph of Ontario's seven-day average roughly shows a plateau since the beginning of September
Crown, defence spar over sentencing for ‘incel’ attacker Alexander Stavropoulos

Crown, defence spar over sentencing for ‘incel’ attacker Alexander Stavropoulos

Crown wants life for man who tried to kill a woman and her baby in a Sudbury parking lot, but defence lawyer argues 12 years is a suitable sentence — Stavropoulos expresses regret, apologizes during sentencing hearing
Ontario reports 466 new COVID cases Tuesday

Ontario reports 466 new COVID cases Tuesday

The latest updates noted 819 recoveries and nine deaths that have occurred in the last month