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With bursaries tied up in CCAA, $600K raised for NOSM students

With bursaries tied up in CCAA, $600K raised for NOSM students

A group of prominent Sudburians came together to support NOSM University students, who would have otherwise gone without bursaries
CARP releases list of priorities for municipal candidates

CARP releases list of priorities for municipal candidates

The Sudbury chapter of the Canadian Association of Retired Persons is hosting an all-candidates mayoral debate on Oct. 1 at the The Parkside Older Adult Centre (140 Durham Street) beginning at 1:30 p.m.
Vale and Glencore team up on electric mining vehicle safety

Vale and Glencore team up on electric mining vehicle safety

Big Sudbury miners realized safety goals could be better achieved by working together than tackling problems alone
Ontario CUPE education workers start voting on whether to strike

Ontario CUPE education workers start voting on whether to strike

The Canadian Union of Public Employees has called Ontario's initial contract offer, which it made public, insulting
Sudbury gas mostly at 160.9 as we head into the weekend

Sudbury gas mostly at 160.9 as we head into the weekend

Ontario gas price average is 146.3
Canada ending requirements for COVID-19 vaccines, ArriveCan app at border Sept. 30

Canada ending requirements for COVID-19 vaccines, ArriveCan app at border Sept. 30

It doesn't yet deal with whether passengers must wear masks on domestic and international trains and planes because that rule is contained in a separate order issued by the minister of transport
Good morning, Nickel City! Here are stories to start your day

Good morning, Nickel City! Here are stories to start your day

Happy Friday!
Temperature returns to more seasonal norms on Friday

Temperature returns to more seasonal norms on Friday

Sun and cloud with a high of 16 C
Feds to look at public-health impact of cannabis legalization in mandated review

Feds to look at public-health impact of cannabis legalization in mandated review

The Liberals lifted a century-long prohibition on the recreational use and sale of cannabis in October 2018, with the provision that they review the law three years after to comes into force
SSO brings Symphony Crawl to Science North Oct. 1

SSO brings Symphony Crawl to Science North Oct. 1

Enjoy live performances, learn about the link between music and science