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Copper Cliff's new mural will be unveiled Saturday morning

Copper Cliff's new mural will be unveiled Saturday morning

And you're invited to the celebration
Crafty? Art Gallery of Sudbury needs your help

Crafty? Art Gallery of Sudbury needs your help

AGS asking for submissions of handmade holiday decorations for its Holiday Magic Preview and Auction 
Gore Bay resident seeks First Nation deer cull on his property

Gore Bay resident seeks First Nation deer cull on his property

Man says he is going to look into whether First Nations are still interested in being allowed to harvest some of the large number of deer on his property in town.
<updated>Update:</updated> Missing pup has been found

Update: Missing pup has been found

Ollie is safe and sound
<updated>UPDATED:</updated>  Bain out as Greater Sudbury fire chief

UPDATED: Bain out as Greater Sudbury fire chief

Was at the centre of controversial fire optimization plan
<updated>Update:</updated> Road cleared after three-vehicle collision on Paris

Update: Road cleared after three-vehicle collision on Paris

Multiple people suffered non-life-threatening injuries
Proposed bill would legalize 14-storey wood buildings

Proposed bill would legalize 14-storey wood buildings

Nipissing MPP Vic Fedeli has introduced an updated version of a bill he tabled earlier this year.
Strong odour reported in Valley East, Azilda and Chelmsford areas

Strong odour reported in Valley East, Azilda and Chelmsford areas

City doesn't know where it's coming from, but is looking into the reports
Shoppers find deals at Sears Canada liquidation sales underwhelming

Shoppers find deals at Sears Canada liquidation sales underwhelming

TORONTO — Sears Canada began its liquidation sales at its remaining stores across the country Thursday, but many shoppers found the deals to be underwhelming.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne moves to sue Opposition leader for defamation

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne moves to sue Opposition leader for defamation

TORONTO — Ontario's premier says she is taking another step toward a defamation lawsuit against the province's Opposition leader.