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Sunny end to the work week

Sunny end to the work week

Clear skies overhead and temperatures near 20
Women unite to take back the night

Women unite to take back the night

Sudbury-born social activist makes keynote speech
Emma Jessop Sudbury Catholic board's new student trustee

Emma Jessop Sudbury Catholic board's new student trustee

Grade 12 St. Charles student has a 'passion for the student voice'
What’s on your bucket list? Val Caron family cruising Route 66 in classic cars

What’s on your bucket list? Val Caron family cruising Route 66 in classic cars

Follow along on their blog and support the Northern Cancer Foundation or Sam Bruno PET Scan fund, too
Lockerby Cancer Drive continues to grow after 21 years

Lockerby Cancer Drive continues to grow after 21 years

Annual event has raised more than $800,000 for local pediatric cancer care 
A harrowing story of 9/11 survival from the last man out of the South Tower

A harrowing story of 9/11 survival from the last man out of the South Tower

Canadian Ron DiFrancesco refused to lie down and die. He ran out of World Trade Centre building moments before it collapsed
Traffic update: Rainbow Centre work will close lane on Notre Dame

Traffic update: Rainbow Centre work will close lane on Notre Dame

Work ongoing on Mildred Street; projects on the go at Regent as well as Barry Downe
<b>Loss of student and teacher left a hole in the heart of Valley school</b>

Loss of student and teacher left a hole in the heart of Valley school

Mackenzie Rooney and Dennis Deschaine improved the lives of students and staff
First ever Rock for Dimes concert next month

First ever Rock for Dimes concert next month

Six local acts to take the stage in support of March of Dimes
Health network moves to help address North's social housing shortage

Health network moves to help address North's social housing shortage

Housing helps determine health outcomes, but having adequate affordable housing a 'huge job' LHIN says it can't address on its own