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Community effort helps rescue injured snowmobiler

Community effort helps rescue injured snowmobiler

51-year-old man airlifted to Health Science North after crashing snowmachine
<updated>THROWBACK THURSDAY:</updated> Sudbury Arena and the Sudbury Wolves

THROWBACK THURSDAY: Sudbury Arena and the Sudbury Wolves

We dusted off some old photos of the big barn downtown and its largest tenant, the Sudbury Wolves.
<b>Radical changes proposed for city fire services</b>

Radical changes proposed for city fire services

Fewer stations, volunteers, improved response times
Sudbury police station bomber dies

Sudbury police station bomber dies

Ion William Croitoru, 53, was a member of a biker gang when station was bombed in 1996
<b>Sudbury mother of two wins $1 million</b>

Sudbury mother of two wins $1 million

Lisa D’Agostino planning a trip to Europe with her family thanks to LOTTO MAX win
NOSM raising money for its health sciences library

NOSM raising money for its health sciences library

Endowment fund will offset library's rising costs
In a time of walls, Canada and Finland understand bridges, Huntington U. prez says

In a time of walls, Canada and Finland understand bridges, Huntington U. prez says

University welcomes new Finnish ambassador and honours him as a fellow of the Canadian Finnish Institute
<b>39-year-old father ID'd as man killed at Rainbow Concrete</b>

39-year-old father ID'd as man killed at Rainbow Concrete

Funeral for Rheal Dionne is next Monday
Bill to end winter electricity disconnections sped through legislature

Bill to end winter electricity disconnections sped through legislature

TORONTO — Ontario electricity distributors will no longer be allowed to disconnect customers' power in the winter if they don't pay their bills, which are steadily rising along with ratepayer anger.
Vote on fate of Dionne quintuplets home postponed

Vote on fate of Dionne quintuplets home postponed

NORTH BAY, Ont. — A decision on the fate of the northeastern Ontario home where the Dionne quintuplets were born has been postponed.