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Province needs your feedback on adult education

Province needs your feedback on adult education

About 200,000 Ontarians participate in adult education programs every year 
Meet our new reporters! Introducing Allana McDougall and Gia Patil

Meet our new reporters! Introducing Allana McDougall and Gia Patil

A few changes to the Sudbury.com editorial family
City councillor's conflict of interest case back in court Feb. 2

City councillor's conflict of interest case back in court Feb. 2

Ward 12 Coun. Joscelyne Landry-Altmann is accused by a downtown supporter of improperly voting for Kingsway event centre site
Major shakeup at HSN as CEO cuts 30% of senior managers

Major shakeup at HSN as CEO cuts 30% of senior managers

Leaked document: Five senior managers axed as new CEO Dominic Giroux restructures executive staff
Coleman Mine expected to be up and running by mid-February

Coleman Mine expected to be up and running by mid-February

Mine has been shut down since Nov. 10
Extreme cold weather alert in effect

Extreme cold weather alert in effect

With the temperature expected to get down to -27 C tonight,o the Homelessness Network of Sudbury has announced an extreme cold weather alert which will be in place for 24 hours.
Michel Dupuis, co-creater of the Franco-Ontarian flag, passes away at age 60

Michel Dupuis, co-creater of the Franco-Ontarian flag, passes away at age 60

Franco-Ontarian flag lowered to half mast at Sacré-Cœur school
Cross-country skiing cancelled today at most local facilities

Cross-country skiing cancelled today at most local facilities

Send us your cancellation notices
Warning from Sudbury police: Roadways 'very slick,' so take your time

Warning from Sudbury police: Roadways 'very slick,' so take your time

Rain followed by drastic drop in temperatures have affected road conditions
Government workers angry, frustrated, as they try to report Phoenix overpayments

Government workers angry, frustrated, as they try to report Phoenix overpayments

OTTAWA — Federal government workers who've been overpaid through the troubled Phoenix pay system are voicing frustration with a plan to report the overpayments in order to avoid costly tax implications.