Skip to content

Local News

Take a seat!

The Association of Canadian Travellers/United Commercial Travellers Council 1051 (Sudbury) donated 15 new park benches valued at $13,500 to Project Careshares of the City of Greater Sudbury for Bell ParkÂ?s boardwalk.

Hospital operational review report costs $496,000

BY MICHAEL JAMES The report detailing the myriad of problems with Sudbury Regional Hospital?s huge expansion to a one-site, super-hospital cost taxpayers almost half-a-million dollars.

Names in the news

Nickel Belt MPP Shelley Martel recently presented awards of royal distinction to residents who have made a big difference in their communities and their country. Eighteen Nickel Belt constituents were honoured with Queen?s Golden Jubilee Medals.

City adds downtown polling station

BY CRAIG GILBERT [email protected] The long march to democracy has been shortened for many seniors in the Ste. Anne Road area. City officials have agreed to open a polling station at Christ the King Centre on Elgin Street.

Fans line up early for ?concert of a lifetime

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW You can?t always get what you want, but four dozen rock fans discovered Friday that if you try you just might find you can get what you need if you were willing to line up for cheap tickets to the largest rock concert in Canadi

Man found in lake

Swimmers found the body of a 48-year-old man reported missing last week in the shallow waters of Ramsey Lake. Dennis Brettschnieder was reported missing by his family on Sunday, Aug. 4, after he failed to return home from a walk to Bell Park.

Express news

Beadman gets big job Mark Mieto, Chief Administrative Officer of the City of Greater Sudbury, has announced the appointment of Tim Beadman as Acting General Manager of Emergency Services.

Bubba announces candidacy for council

A Sudbury resident Jason Bubba announced his candidacy Friday to run for city councillor for Ward 5 in this fall?s municipal election.

Radio union rep fighting for old job back

By Rick Pusiak The head of the union local representing workers at three Sudbury radio stations is still fighting to get his on-air job back. Dave Lindsay was one of the casualties of layoffs this past summer at Rogers Radio Inc.

Names In the News

Gary Quig, a former unit president for the office, technical and professional unit at Inco Ltd., is the new president of Local 2020 of the United Steelworkers of America. Quig captured 66 per cent of the vote in the four-person race.