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A sunny Saturday, but a not so sunny Sunday

A sunny Saturday, but a not so sunny Sunday

There is the chance of rain on Sunday, but it’s still the weekend, and that’s something to celebrate!
Elections Ontario finds 'apparent contravention' of election law by Liberals

Elections Ontario finds 'apparent contravention' of election law by Liberals

The NDP had filed a complaint with Elections Ontario after Audrey Festeryga stepped in to run for the Liberals in Chatham-Kent-Leamington after the party dropped the previous candidate mid-campaign
Donate your old tires so they find new life as industrial mats

Donate your old tires so they find new life as industrial mats

Recycling programs divert old tires to mats used in mining, construction, forestry and many other industries
Stamp celebrates Canada’s epic Summit Series victory 50 years ago

Stamp celebrates Canada’s epic Summit Series victory 50 years ago

The stamp’s design, depicting a faceoff in the frame of a 1970s-style television, recalls Canada glued before its TV screens as our best professional hockey players went up against the Soviet Union’s national team for the first time
Wearables aiding mine truck drivers in battling on-the-job fatigue

Wearables aiding mine truck drivers in battling on-the-job fatigue

Torex Gold moves to add monitor to PPE following multi-year study
Kirwan: City should acquire vacant schools

Kirwan: City should acquire vacant schools

Incumbent Ward 5 candidate proposes turning surplus school buildings into community hubs and affordable housing
Food bank use dramatically increasing in Sudbury

Food bank use dramatically increasing in Sudbury

‘It’s unprecedented times for us’ says Ro Mullen of the Inner City Home of Sudbury. That’s down to stagnant income, rising costs and food shortages
Where do candidates stand on the arena question?

Where do candidates stand on the arena question?

Sudbury.com reached out to the full slate of Greater Sudbury mayor and council candidates to find out where they stand on the city proceeding with a new or renewed municipal arena
Laurentian wants to extend creditor protection to Nov. 30

Laurentian wants to extend creditor protection to Nov. 30

Outgoing university president Robert Haché said he expects university to finally emerge from CCAA in November
Letter: Lindsay wants to know candidates' Junction East stance

Letter: Lindsay wants to know candidates' Junction East stance

Ballooning project costs means money would be better spent on existing infrastructure, says CARP Sudbury president