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Good times mean high rents

Good times mean high rents

BY RISA OLDFIELD It is not uncommon to see advertisements for people desperate to find apartments beside the few ads for places to rent. It is hard to find affordable housing in this city.
Community mourns boy who fell into creek

Community mourns boy who fell into creek

Memorials adorn the fence close to the area where Adam Croteau fell into Junction Creek on Saturday. The Sudbury teenager died after falling into the swollen creek where he was fishing with some friends.
African cat on the loose in Hanmer

African cat on the loose in Hanmer

Residents of Greater Sudbury may be surprised to see an African cat prowling the nights. A Serval cat got out of its cage on Friday and escaped from a residence in Hanmer.

Ontario invests in innovative centres at Cambrian and Norcat

BY LAUREL MYERS The Ontario Government is fueling innovation in the north by investing in two new centres at the Northern Centre for Advanced Technology (NORCAT) and Cambrian College.
Dams breached by heavy rain, affects Creosote cleanup project

Dams breached by heavy rain, affects Creosote cleanup project

On Saturday afternoon, the synthetic and earth water dams, used for the Junction Creek Creosote project, were breached as a result of major rainfall. Environment Canada reported that Greater Sudbury received 35 mm of rain on Saturday.

New road projects in Greater Sudbury, expect delays

The following projects will cause potential traffic delays: - New traffic signals are being installed at Crescent Park Rd. and Lasalle Blvd. starting today as part of a road widening project on the western section of Lasalle.
Boy, 13, dies after fall into Junction Creek

Boy, 13, dies after fall into Junction Creek

A Sudbury teenager died Saturday after falling into a section of Junction Creek. Police have yet to release the name of the victim, who was allegedly playing along side of the creek early Saturday afternoon, when he fell in.

Coniston company seeks to convert old smokestacks into energy generators

The Ontario government is helping Coniston Industrial Park Limited explore the potential for renewable energy production in the GSA by investing in wind and environmental studies in Consiton.

Lifeguard supervision ends at Greater Sudbury beaches this year

The City of Greater Sudbury wishes to inform residents that lifeguard supervision at municipal beaches ended last night. Effective Sunday, August 26 at 7 pm, there will be no lifeguard supervision at the following beaches.

Sudbury citizens invited to share ideas for 2008 municipal budget

Greater Sudbury citizens are being invited to share their ideas and comments prior to the start of deliberations for the 2008 municipal budget.