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Breast assessment service remains in limbo after meeting between management, surgeons

Breast assessment service remains in limbo after meeting between management, surgeons

Health Sciences North officials wouldn’t agree to speak with Sudbury.com about what happened at the meeting
Cementation lands shaft contract for Onaping Depth

Cementation lands shaft contract for Onaping Depth

Raise bore underway as pilot for shaft construction
#MeToo: Locals applaud film, TV sector campaign against workplace harassment

#MeToo: Locals applaud film, TV sector campaign against workplace harassment

Local film and television industry fans of national campaign targeting workplace harassment, bullying
Mayoral race: Crumplin says voters will know how he stands on the issues

Mayoral race: Crumplin says voters will know how he stands on the issues

Mayoral candidate picks apart campaign launch of competitor Patricia Mills
Council race: Kirwan disappointed with report on backyard hens

Council race: Kirwan disappointed with report on backyard hens

Ward 5 incumbent says there's no reason residents shouldn't be allowed to have this option 
<updated>City's KED appeal strategy revealed:</updated> Arguing opponents misunderstand planning law

City's KED appeal strategy revealed: Arguing opponents misunderstand planning law

Online documents detail Kingsway appeals, response from city
<b>Coleslaw recalled due to listeria concerns</b>

Coleslaw recalled due to listeria concerns

The Belleisle Farms brand of Cole Slaw is sold in 227 gram packages with best-before date of Sept. 25
<b>Breaking up is hard to do:</b> Vagnini motion sounds a lot like a call to de-amalgamate Greater Sudbury

Breaking up is hard to do: Vagnini motion sounds a lot like a call to de-amalgamate Greater Sudbury

He wants to move 'essential' services back to former regions, give areas more 'automony'
<b>M’Chigeeng First Nation calls out OPP, Rainbow board after high school brawl</b>

M’Chigeeng First Nation calls out OPP, Rainbow board after high school brawl

Rally to protest situation taking place on First Nation Friday morning
<updated>North’s health care crisis:</updated> Ontario’s ‘double standard’ means northern patients lose out

North’s health care crisis: Ontario’s ‘double standard’ means northern patients lose out

During her visit to the city, Dr. Nadia Alam, president of the Ontario Medical Association, heard from local doctors who are frustrated with under-funding in health care and who describe a strained relationship with HSN executives