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Hundreds get the shot at Sudbury's first drive-through COVID-19 vaccine event

Hundreds get the shot at Sudbury's first drive-through COVID-19 vaccine event

Parking lot at the Real Canadian Superstore transformed into mass vaccination clinic
New Music Monday: Lisa Marie Naponse unveils ‘Power and Strength’

New Music Monday: Lisa Marie Naponse unveils ‘Power and Strength’

Atikameksheng Anishnawbek singer-songwriter’s new ode is ‘a call to action to everyone to stand up with Indigenous Women and support them in their visions and dreams’
<updated>Let’s eat!</updated> Check out Papaya Pops, Greater Sudbury’s artisanal frozen treat shop

Let’s eat! Check out Papaya Pops, Greater Sudbury’s artisanal frozen treat shop

Frozen treats in a variety of unique, handmade flavours? Yes, please, says food writer Hugh Kruzel
Ontario reports 2,716 new COVID cases Monday

Ontario reports 2,716 new COVID cases Monday

Today's update also includes 3,110 recoveries, 124 new hospitalizations, and 19 deaths
Some Public Health Sudbury services temporarily relocating to allow for building renovations

Some Public Health Sudbury services temporarily relocating to allow for building renovations

Changes come into effect on May 10 in the Paris Street building and elsewhere in the city
Firefighters working to extinguish garage fire on Laval St.

Firefighters working to extinguish garage fire on Laval St.

Residents may notice discoloured water from hydrant use
Sudbury gas at around 137.6 to start the work week

Sudbury gas at around 137.6 to start the work week

Average Ontario gas price is 127.6
Good morning, Greater Sudbury. Here are some stories to start your day.

Good morning, Greater Sudbury. Here are some stories to start your day.

Chance of wet flurries for May 10
<updated>Updated: </updated>Power restored overnight after major outage affecting Greater Sudbury

Updated: Power restored overnight after major outage affecting Greater Sudbury

Outage was caused by a serious issue at Hydro One’s Martindale Transmission Station
Several provinces bring in new restrictions as high COVID-19 case numbers persist

Several provinces bring in new restrictions as high COVID-19 case numbers persist

Several provinces are gearing up to tighten public health measures once again as COVID-19 infection rates remain stubbornly high in parts of Canada.