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Set to retire, Richard Rainville reflects on a career dedicated to helping the city’s most vulnerable

Set to retire, Richard Rainville reflects on a career dedicated to helping the city’s most vulnerable

The executive director of Réseau ACCESS Network, Rainville spent his career helping those with HIV/AIDS and other vulnerable community members, long before the rest of the world would catch up
Community advocates support opposition to Notre Dame Avenue widening

Community advocates support opposition to Notre Dame Avenue widening

Representatives from the Flour Mill Business Improvement Area and Flour Mill Community Action Network support Ward 12 Coun. Joscelyn Landry-Altmann’s amendment to the Official Plan, which takes a plan to widen Notre Dame Avenue to six lanes off the table
Sudbury’s Ukrainian community watches in shock, horror as Russia invades

Sudbury’s Ukrainian community watches in shock, horror as Russia invades

Ukraine's health minister reported that dozens have already been killed with many more wounded following Russia's invasion
Inspection reports show all city long-term care homes ordered to take corrective actions in the past six months

Inspection reports show all city long-term care homes ordered to take corrective actions in the past six months

Incidents ranged from not following proper infection control measures to safety concerns
No red flags with Greater Sudbury debt, economist says, but rate of growth is unusual

No red flags with Greater Sudbury debt, economist says, but rate of growth is unusual

With city council approving a municipal debt increase of $103 million last week, Sudbury.com reached out to Lakehead University economist Livio Di Matteo for an arm’s-length professional perspective
Lifestory: Suzanne Pharand will always be remembered as 'the voice of Laurentian'

Lifestory: Suzanne Pharand will always be remembered as 'the voice of Laurentian'

Pharand died alongside her husband Joseph ‘Aime’ Giroux in a fatal collision on Hwy 69 earlier this month 
At least 137 Sudbury-area donors contributed to GiveSendGo convoy fundraiser

At least 137 Sudbury-area donors contributed to GiveSendGo convoy fundraiser

Several postal codes beginning with P3 contributed to a convoy fundraiser on the Christian crowdfunding site GiveSendGo, according to hacked and leaked files, while Ontario's largest donation of $25,000 was made by the owner of Killarney Mountain Lodge 
Sudbury’s world-renowned SNOLAB celebrates 10 years plumbing the mysteries of the universe

Sudbury’s world-renowned SNOLAB celebrates 10 years plumbing the mysteries of the universe

Nobel Prize-winning SNOLAB is celebrating its 10th anniversary, but rather than rest on their laurels there’s much going on at the laboratory, two kilometres underground at Vale’s Creighton nickel mine site
Phased-in approach being used as Health Sciences North ramps up surgeries

Phased-in approach being used as Health Sciences North ramps up surgeries

Lifting of pandemic restrictions means Ontario hospitals can end pause on surgeries and other medical procedures
Staffing issues could see some school crossing guard locations left unattended

Staffing issues could see some school crossing guard locations left unattended

The city is citing staffing shortages as the reason behind potential unattended crossing guard locations, with affected schools to be notified as soon as possible