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Eat some BBQ and help these volunteers support the Maison McCulloch Hospice expansion

Eat some BBQ and help these volunteers support the Maison McCulloch Hospice expansion

St. John’s Cemetery Volunteer Improvement Group holds its annual fundraising barbecue on June 24
Workers' Memorial Day tomorrow commemorates 1984 Falconbridge Mine disaster 

Workers' Memorial Day tomorrow commemorates 1984 Falconbridge Mine disaster 

Four miners were killed at Falconbridge Mine June 20, 1984
Ford orders public sector hiring freeze, excludes essential frontline staff

Ford orders public sector hiring freeze, excludes essential frontline staff

The Tory cabinet is expected to be officially sworn in on June 29
'Labour of love': Lockerby construction students lauded for helping Camp Manitou Bay of Islands

'Labour of love': Lockerby construction students lauded for helping Camp Manitou Bay of Islands

For the past decade, students at the high school have put their skills to use at not-for-profit camp
Trudeau says he won't 'play politics' on U.S. migrant children policy

Trudeau says he won't 'play politics' on U.S. migrant children policy

PM not offering an opinion on the controversial policy
135.9: That's what most stations in Sudbury charging, at least for now

135.9: That's what most stations in Sudbury charging, at least for now

Watch for the dreaded Tuesday gas price spike
Coniston residents win nearly $100K through Lotto Max draw

Coniston residents win nearly $100K through Lotto Max draw

Winning ticket purchased at A&M’s Variety in Coniston
Good Morning, Sudbury! Here are seven stories to start your day

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

Here's what happening around Greater Sudbury today
Another beautiful day as first day of summer approaches

Another beautiful day as first day of summer approaches

Highs in the mid-20s for Tuesday
Pay-what-you-can grocery opens in Toronto, but experts say model can be hit-or-miss

Pay-what-you-can grocery opens in Toronto, but experts say model can be hit-or-miss

Feed it Forward aims to feed the hungry with food that would otherwise go to waste