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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
Sudbury youth gardening group needs your votes help to win $15K in contest

Sudbury youth gardening group needs your votes help to win $15K in contest

Vote for the YAMs (Youth Agriculture Mentors) online
Sudbury program to engage more women in policy, governance

Sudbury program to engage more women in policy, governance

She’s On Board will hold first workshop Nov. 16
Immigration, environment, First Nations dominate LU debate

Immigration, environment, First Nations dominate LU debate

Candidates talk boil water advisories, immigration policies and fighting climate change
<updated>Watch: </updated>Candidates square off in Nickel Belt

Watch: Candidates square off in Nickel Belt

Debate is hosted by Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce
First Nation takes the lead on Ring of Fire supply road

First Nation takes the lead on Ring of Fire supply road

Webequie First Nation hosts Thunder Bay open house to kick off EA process
NDP pledges to shore up struggling Huron Central railway

NDP pledges to shore up struggling Huron Central railway

‘Infrastructure like the Huron Central Line is vital for our local industry’
<updated>Trailblazer:</updated> One of the first women hired by Inco in the 1970s pens memoir

Trailblazer: One of the first women hired by Inco in the 1970s pens memoir

Cathy Mulroy was 19 when she started working for Sudbury miner 
Crumplin says he ‘won’t give an inch’ on protecting rights for women

Crumplin says he ‘won’t give an inch’ on protecting rights for women

‘The Green Party has a rock-solid platform that will make Canada a more equitable place for women’
Scheer expands on commuter promises, pledges support for subway lines

Scheer expands on commuter promises, pledges support for subway lines

‘These are exactly the kinds of infrastructure projects a new Conservative government will prioritize and I’m pleased to announce that as Prime Minister, my government will fund them’