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Rainbow board students challenged to reduce environmental impacts of pandemic

Rainbow board students challenged to reduce environmental impacts of pandemic

People are driving less, but at the same time disposable PPE is filling up landfill sites
Don't be cookin' if public health isn't lookin'

Don't be cookin' if public health isn't lookin'

Any home-based food business needs health unit approval 
Meet the man who helps Francophone immigrant families navigate life in Sudbury

Meet the man who helps Francophone immigrant families navigate life in Sudbury

‘Everything is new,’ to newcomers, Tibila Sandiwidi says, but he can help students and parents adjust to life in Canada as well as unravel the oddness of North American practices like Halloween
"Something has to be done", Mayor Bigger weighs in on Northern Ontario bubble

"Something has to be done", Mayor Bigger weighs in on Northern Ontario bubble

Mayor says if Sudbury isn't receiving vaccines then province needs to step up to protect the city
Boréal offering 40-hour training course in mining electric vehicle maintenance

Boréal offering 40-hour training course in mining electric vehicle maintenance

College said it’s the first to offer training in this area
Virtual events happening in Sudbury this week

Virtual events happening in Sudbury this week

A look at what's happening online Jan. 21 to 28
Sudburian Nicholas Fex’s life was short, but he lived it to the fullest

Sudburian Nicholas Fex’s life was short, but he lived it to the fullest

Sudbury Wolves paid tribute to the ‘super fan’ upon his passing after a lifetime of medical challenges
Ontario reports 2,632 new COVID cases for Jan. 21

Ontario reports 2,632 new COVID cases for Jan. 21

There are 26,063 active, lab-confirmed case in Ontario
City holding two public input sessions on homelessness

City holding two public input sessions on homelessness

Residents are invited to share feedback with council at special city council meetings
Laurentian president hopeful face-to-face classes will be possible this fall

Laurentian president hopeful face-to-face classes will be possible this fall

Haché made the remarks as university senate voted for online instruction to continue with spring semester