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Certain health programs now free at Cambrian thanks to new grant

Certain health programs now free at Cambrian thanks to new grant

Government will provide free tuition and funding for books and supplies for students enrolling in certain health-care programs 
Update: Power fully restored in New Sudbury

Update: Power fully restored in New Sudbury

Utility said 'major line' went down this morning, which led to the outage
Sudbury woman dies after snowmobile goes through ice

Sudbury woman dies after snowmobile goes through ice

Parry Sound OPP office confirms the death of a 29-year-old woman who died in a snowmobile mishap
Merging two local nickel projects may pave a path to production

Merging two local nickel projects may pave a path to production

SPC Nickel cuts deal with Vale to combine nickel deposits in Sudbury basin
Public to be consulted on changes to fire/paramedic stations

Public to be consulted on changes to fire/paramedic stations

The city is planning on launching a public engagement process by the end of February centred on proposed changes to the city’s emergency services infrastructure
Court rejects Thorneloe’s $9.8M claim against Laurentian

Court rejects Thorneloe’s $9.8M claim against Laurentian

Judge says Thorneloe did not demonstrate a claims officer committed an error in arriving at his decision to deny compensation amount
'Crisis level': Calls for task force on Toronto transit attacks

'Crisis level': Calls for task force on Toronto transit attacks

President of a Canadian transit union wants to convene a national task force
Good morning, Nickel City! Here are stories to start your day

Good morning, Nickel City! Here are stories to start your day

Happy Thursday!
High of -8 and mainly cloudy today

High of -8 and mainly cloudy today

Expect a -18 wind chill for part of the day
Indigenous identity fraud 'the ultimate step in colonialism,' Métis lawyer says

Indigenous identity fraud 'the ultimate step in colonialism,' Métis lawyer says

Since Grey Owl a century ago, people of European descent have falsely claimed to be Indigenous for personal gain or a sense of absolution, but one Métis legal expert says it would take a psychiatrist to try to fully answer, "why?"