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Funding will improve Francophone autism help

Child Care Resources' autism diagnostic team will be able to offer fully bilingual services thanks to a funding decision announced on Feb. 14.
No. 2 furnace down for 16 weeks: Vale

No. 2 furnace down for 16 weeks: Vale

It will be a minimum of 16 weeks before the No. 2 furnace at the Vale Copper Cliff smelter is back up and running, but the company said it has no plans for layoffs or shutdowns. The furnace was shut down after a Feb.

City cuts rates for Family Day

The City of Greater Sudbury is offering reduced admission on several leisure programs on Family Day, Monday, Feb. 21. The Adanac and Lively ski hills will offer skiing and snowboarding between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. at reduced rates. On Feb.
Celebrating Greater Sudbury's community builders

Celebrating Greater Sudbury's community builders

More than 400 people gathered at the Radisson Hotel on Feb. 17 for the eighth annual Community Builders Awards of Excellence.

City hosts learning fair

Residents of the City of Greater Sudbury are invited to attend a learning fair hosted by the city at Tom Davies Square on Feb. 24. The event takes place in the foyer between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Wet, icy roads cause bus delays, partial cancellations

The wet and icy weather has caused school bus service to partially shut down this afternoon, Feb. 17, due to safety concerns. Two buses are currently listed as delayed on the Sudbury Busing Consortium website.

Council reaffirms support for PET scanner

Greater Sudbury city council has once again passed a motion acknowledging their support to bring a positron emission tomography (PET) scanner to the Sudbury Regional Hospital.

Hospital seeks volunteers

Sudbury Regional Hospital is looking for people to put in a few hours a week as volunteers. The "warmth and soul" of the hospital is its volunteers, a press release stated.

Seedy Sunday takes root at Market Square

This Sunday is going to be a seedy one at Market Square in downtown Greater Sudbury. Master gardeners, members of the horticultural society, seed vendors at other booths will be set up from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Feb.20. From 10:30 to 11:45 a.m.
City to schedule community consultation on town centres

City to schedule community consultation on town centres

Community consultation sessions are expected to be scheduled within coming weeks in various areas in Greater Sudbury to discuss town centre community improvement plans (CIP). City staff presented a report to city council at the Feb.