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Public Health Sudbury reports nine new COVID-19 cases for Oct. 20

Public Health Sudbury reports nine new COVID-19 cases for Oct. 20

Health unit said it is now monitoring 96 active COVID-19 cases across the Sudbury District
<updated>Video: </updated>Sudbury Burlesque makes a spooky comeback just in time for Halloween

Video: Sudbury Burlesque makes a spooky comeback just in time for Halloween

Sudbury Burlesque has returned just in time for Halloween with three cabaret performances guaranteed to titillate and spookify
Homelessness Network: Consultant’s report ‘best money the city has spent in a long time’

Homelessness Network: Consultant’s report ‘best money the city has spent in a long time’

Executive director of the Centre de santé communautaire, lead agency of the Homelessness Network, says report leaves him ‘optimistic’ about homelessness crisis
This week in Sudbury.com+: Fill your freezer just in time for winter!

This week in Sudbury.com+: Fill your freezer just in time for winter!

Plus, enter for a chance to win a gift card from Smith's Market
Chelmsford woman scratches her way wins $250,000 in lottery

Chelmsford woman scratches her way wins $250,000 in lottery

‘I’d never thought I’d win that big,’ says Michelline Giguere
Failed RFP process sees Laurentian select firm to review university operations, governance

Failed RFP process sees Laurentian select firm to review university operations, governance

Submitted proposals came from companies that ‘weren't appropriate, either didn't have the experience or potentially had conflict or independence issues’ says redevelopment officer, which Laurentian a window to approach others directly
Ontario reports 304 new COVID cases Wednesday

Ontario reports 304 new COVID cases Wednesday

The latest updates noted 537 recoveries and four new deaths
With mandate imminent, here are the current staff vaccine rates for area long-term care homes

With mandate imminent, here are the current staff vaccine rates for area long-term care homes

Ministry of Health figures show some local nursing homes have more than 20 per cent unvaccinated
Students on shared bus routes in Sudbury asked to self-isolate after possible COVID-19 exposure

Students on shared bus routes in Sudbury asked to self-isolate after possible COVID-19 exposure

Affected schools include Alexander Public School and Princess Anne Public School
Toronto law firm heading up $10M class action lawsuit against Sudbury staffing agencies

Toronto law firm heading up $10M class action lawsuit against Sudbury staffing agencies

Workforce Inc., SOS Sudbury allegedly did not pay workers for taking mandatory training programs