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Climate change threatens extinction for most birds, especially in Canada: report

Climate change threatens extinction for most birds, especially in Canada: report

Audubon concludes that 389 bird species, or 64 per cent, would be at least moderately threatened with extinction by 2100
Conservatives promise to help newcomers from the world's most dangerous countries

Conservatives promise to help newcomers from the world's most dangerous countries

Scheer says he wants to restore confidence in Canada's immigration system
Much policy, few fireworks: Chamber quizzes Sudbury candidates on debt, taxes and electoral reform

Much policy, few fireworks: Chamber quizzes Sudbury candidates on debt, taxes and electoral reform

Stripped down slate of candidates focuses on major parties
Serré, Paquette in spotlight at Nickel Belt debate

Serré, Paquette in spotlight at Nickel Belt debate

Audience questions at chamber debate focused on NDP, Liberal hopefuls
Thanksgiving travellers fuelling up in Sudbury can expect to pay 123.1 at the pumps

Thanksgiving travellers fuelling up in Sudbury can expect to pay 123.1 at the pumps

But if you go to the Lively Circle K, gas there costs 119.6
'Putting out a fire you set:' critics wary of Tories' reduced deficit projection

'Putting out a fire you set:' critics wary of Tories' reduced deficit projection

The Progressive Conservatives said last month the province's deficit in 2018-2019 came in at $7.4 billion — roughly half of the $15 billion shortfall they said they inherited from the previous Liberal government
<updated>Good morning, Sudbury!</updated> Here are seven stories to start your day

Good morning, Sudbury! Here are seven stories to start your day

Here's what's happening around Greater Sudbury today
Gorgeous fall weather continues as we head into the weekend

Gorgeous fall weather continues as we head into the weekend

Sunny with a high of 20 for Friday
Mother of slain Hamilton teen says 'everyone' failed her son

Mother of slain Hamilton teen says 'everyone' failed her son

Shari-Ann Bracci-Selvey broke down in tears as she spoke to reporters for the first time since her son Devan died near Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School in Hamilton on Monday
Nickel Belt incumbent defends his lineage after CBC story questions his Indigenous ancestry

Nickel Belt incumbent defends his lineage after CBC story questions his Indigenous ancestry

Marc Serré says he's a member of the Mattawa/North Bay Algonquin First Nation, and its chief confirms it