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What would OHL's return to play look like? Would American teams be based in Ontario?

What would OHL's return to play look like? Would American teams be based in Ontario?

'Our league has so many questions and it's all up to the government. Are we going to have contact? Will we be allowed to travel across the border? Those are government answers, not league,' says one GM
Ontario Medical Association sends urgent appeal to public to be COVID careful

Ontario Medical Association sends urgent appeal to public to be COVID careful

Spend the holidays at home, don’t travel, avoid crowds and be responsible
Kylie MacGregor is Sudbury Catholic board’s new student trustee

Kylie MacGregor is Sudbury Catholic board’s new student trustee

The Grade 11 Bishop Alexander student is highly involved in her school and community
Province invests $15M to expand program that sends paramedics to care for seniors at home

Province invests $15M to expand program that sends paramedics to care for seniors at home

Program helps seniors on long-term care waitlists
Sudbury has just eight active COVID-19 cases as three cases were reported resolved today

Sudbury has just eight active COVID-19 cases as three cases were reported resolved today

No new cases of COVID-19 today
Delta Bingo, Sudbury organizations team up to provide Christmas dinner to local families

Delta Bingo, Sudbury organizations team up to provide Christmas dinner to local families

Campaign represents approximately $250K in donations
Woman charged with murder in Massey killing has died

Woman charged with murder in Massey killing has died

Melissa Eden died suddenly in Owen Sound on Nov. 21
<updated>WATCH: </updated> Province providing $380 million for education supports

WATCH: Province providing $380 million for education supports

Parents can apply for Support for Learners funds starting today
Memory Lane: A history of royal visits to the Nickel City

Memory Lane: A history of royal visits to the Nickel City

British Royals have been visiting Greater Sudbury since the Second World War; we want to share your memories of those special occasions
Province reports 1,746 new COVID cases today

Province reports 1,746 new COVID cases today

About 70% of the new cases are from the GTA; there are eight more deaths related to the coronavirus reported over the past 24 hours