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Crown’s appeal of 2018 Robinson-Huron Treaty ruling began this week

Crown’s appeal of 2018 Robinson-Huron Treaty ruling began this week

In a landmark 2018 decision, an Ontario judge ruled that signatory First Nations to the 1850 treaty were owed back annuities after the Crown failed to live up to the terms of the 171-year-old document
Despite vaccine delays, Ontario on track to have 40% of adults get their first dose by May 6

Despite vaccine delays, Ontario on track to have 40% of adults get their first dose by May 6

Sudbury health unit is actually ahead of the provincial track so far with more than 27% of adults vaccinated
Sudbury Public Health reports one death and 18 new cases of COVID-19 for Tuesday April 13

Sudbury Public Health reports one death and 18 new cases of COVID-19 for Tuesday April 13

Public health reports there are 244 active COVID-19 cases being monitored today
Health unit reporting one COVID-19 related death in Greater Sudbury

Health unit reporting one COVID-19 related death in Greater Sudbury

There have been 24 deaths linked to COVID-19 in Greater Sudbury since last March
‘Catastrophic’: Students, faculty react after Laurentian chops 69 programs

‘Catastrophic’: Students, faculty react after Laurentian chops 69 programs

Laurentian faculty are now voting on a collective agreement, one that a union official (who has also lost his job) says was not reached through normal means
Ramadan Mubarak! Sudbury’s Muslim community prepares for another pandemic Ramadan

Ramadan Mubarak! Sudbury’s Muslim community prepares for another pandemic Ramadan

For the second year, the city’s Muslim community observing the beginning of Ramadan in a COVID-safe fashion
<updated>WATCH: </updated> Ontario ramps up vaccine rollout in hot spots in 114 'highly impacted' areas, including for those 18 and older

WATCH: Ontario ramps up vaccine rollout in hot spots in 114 'highly impacted' areas, including for those 18 and older

Mobile teams and pop-up clinics to begin targeting hot spots neighbourhoods, on-the-job clinics also in the works  
<updated>Memory Lane:</updated> We asked for your memories of The Beatles and boy, did you deliver

Memory Lane: We asked for your memories of The Beatles and boy, did you deliver

A half-eaten piece of a Beatle’s toast, touring their hotel room after their first Toronto show and the delicious taste of the bubble gum that came with the band’s collector cards 
<updated>Update:</updated> Power in New Sudbury has been restored

Update: Power in New Sudbury has been restored

GSU had to replace a broken switch
Ontario reports 3,670 new COVID cases Tuesday

Ontario reports 3,670 new COVID cases Tuesday

Today's update also includes 15 deaths, 2,573 recoveries and 124 new hospitalizations.