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Good morning, Sudbury! Here are 9 stories to start your day

Good morning, Sudbury! Here are 9 stories to start your day

Here's what happening around Greater Sudbury today
Morning clouds make way for a clear evening

Morning clouds make way for a clear evening

A high of 15 in the forecast for today
Pamper your green thumb at the Sudbury Gardening Festival May 25

Pamper your green thumb at the Sudbury Gardening Festival May 25

Sudbury Horticultural Society hosts their 9th annual event at Downtown's YMCA
<updated>Video: </updated> Students blend art and science to create fractal dance

Video: Students blend art and science to create fractal dance

Science Odyssey week events helps young people draw links between movement and mathematics
Sudbury Sec. welcomes home its medal-winning athletes

Sudbury Sec. welcomes home its medal-winning athletes

Local athletes claim silver in bocce at the 2019 Special Olympics
A few more clouds for the long weekend

A few more clouds for the long weekend

Morning rainfall expected to clear by the afternoon, leaving a mainly cloudy day in its wake
Lions Club hosts Walk for Dog Guides May 26

Lions Club hosts Walk for Dog Guides May 26

Support the care, training and placement of dog guides for Canadians with medical or physical disabilities
Big trucks draw big crowds to Capreol Railroad Museum season opener

Big trucks draw big crowds to Capreol Railroad Museum season opener

More than 3,000 take in Big Truck Meet Up with special guest, Optimus Prime
Canada's parole officers say correctional system has reached breaking point

Canada's parole officers say correctional system has reached breaking point

OTTAWA — Canada's parole officers say the country's corrections system is at a breaking point due to workloads that are "insurmountable" — a situation they say poses real risks to public safety.
Northeastern Ontario remains fire-free

Northeastern Ontario remains fire-free

Aviation, Forest Fire and Emergency Services turn their attention to flood response