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Q&A: What you need to know about the national proof-of-vaccine document

Q&A: What you need to know about the national proof-of-vaccine document

All provinces and territories have agreed to conform their proof-of-vaccine documents, or COVID-19 vaccine passports, to a national standard so that they can be used for international and domestic travel.
City Chamber of Commerce wants province to offset cost of verifying vaccine passports

City Chamber of Commerce wants province to offset cost of verifying vaccine passports

In a letter to Premier Doug Ford, CoC president Debbi Nicholson, says the Verify Ontario process is an added hardship to the business community
Family of Thunder Bay man incensed at Hillier's insinuation he died from his vaccination

Family of Thunder Bay man incensed at Hillier's insinuation he died from his vaccination

Independent Kingston, Ont.-area MPP falsely linked the deaths of nine Ontarians to COVID-19 vaccines.
#TheSoapbox: Memories of Mabel Avenue in the 1950s

#TheSoapbox: Memories of Mabel Avenue in the 1950s

A sweet time — Former Sudburian Oksana Kuryliw shares idyllic reminiscences of growing up as a Ukrainian kid in a Finnish neighbourhood in 1950s Sudbury
Hospital removes council co-chair over Nazi imagery shared on social media

Hospital removes council co-chair over Nazi imagery shared on social media

Keith Taylor was a high-profile leader of patient advocacy efforts before being removed for sharing photos of Nazi memorabilia collection.
Public Health Sudbury reports 42 new cases of COVID-19 for Oct. 21

Public Health Sudbury reports 42 new cases of COVID-19 for Oct. 21

There are now 133 active cases being monitored by local health officials
Resident fights against having a tree planted in front of her house

Resident fights against having a tree planted in front of her house

A city bylaw dictates that when trees on municipal road allowances come down new ones must be planted, much to the chagrin of a New Sudbury neighbourhood resident
Video: Only in Northern Ontario do friendly moose crash your party

Video: Only in Northern Ontario do friendly moose crash your party

Sudbury resident Jacob Rintala and ‘the boys’ were doing what Northerners do (partying in the garage) when they made a large, new friend 
Uncertainty clouds proposed transitional housing complex on Lorraine Street

Uncertainty clouds proposed transitional housing complex on Lorraine Street

A lack of firm funding commitments and neighbourhood opposition has called to question whether a transitional housing complex for the chronically homeless will proceed
Another sudden death reported in Memorial Park

Another sudden death reported in Memorial Park

GSPS have confirmed the death of a 32-year-old man