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Good morning, Greater Sudbury! Here are a few stories to start your weekend

Good morning, Greater Sudbury! Here are a few stories to start your weekend

Saturday is finally here
Cooler and stormy Saturday, but a much nicer Sunday in store

Cooler and stormy Saturday, but a much nicer Sunday in store

Up to 30 mm of rain and the risk of a thunderstorm today
Government interfering with 'exclusive jurisdiction' of House, Speaker tells court

Government interfering with 'exclusive jurisdiction' of House, Speaker tells court

Fed's attempt to shield documents related to the firing of two scientists violates parliamentary privilege, House of Commons Speaker Anthony Rota says
Barrie tornado wasn't unique, says wind doctor, but devastation brought heightened attention

Barrie tornado wasn't unique, says wind doctor, but devastation brought heightened attention

'These tornadoes happen often in Canada. I’d say we probably get 10-plus of them a year. This wasn’t like a once-in-a-hundred-years sort of event,' says Dr. Connell Miller
OPP laid 3,300 charges last week across the province

OPP laid 3,300 charges last week across the province

A total of 28 commercial vehicles were taken out of service for various violations
Veteran NOJHL coach Dave Clancy joins the ranks of Rayside Balfour Canadians

Veteran NOJHL coach Dave Clancy joins the ranks of Rayside Balfour Canadians

Team is preparing to face off against Espanola Express on Sept. 16 in Chelmsford
COVID-19 forces hike in food prices, drop in food options in remote northern Ontario

COVID-19 forces hike in food prices, drop in food options in remote northern Ontario

Restrictions brought about through COVID-19 definitely made that change in cost.
Letter: Laurentian should take this opportunity to distinguish itself from the pack

Letter: Laurentian should take this opportunity to distinguish itself from the pack

A former dean of science and engineering at the university says reorienting LU as a mining university would set it apart in the Ontario university system
Two new COVID-19 cases reported by Public Health Sudbury and Districts for July 23

Two new COVID-19 cases reported by Public Health Sudbury and Districts for July 23

There are now six active cases being monitored by local health officials in the Sudbury District
COVID-19 Delta variant now the dominant strain in the region, public health reports

COVID-19 Delta variant now the dominant strain in the region, public health reports

Responsible for 70% of new cases since July 1, health unit said infectious new variant demonstrates the urgent need for vaccinations