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City clears final hurdle on supervised consumption site

City clears final hurdle on supervised consumption site

Long-awaited federal exemption allows Greater Sudbury to move forward on a facility where users can inject drugs under the supervision of medical professionals, promises to make a big dent in the overdose crisis
Volunteer-run Bizzzy Bea’s hopes to reopen kitchen for the homeless after PHSD shutdown

Volunteer-run Bizzzy Bea’s hopes to reopen kitchen for the homeless after PHSD shutdown

‘We are still trying to get this figured out, but we will be coming back bigger and better,’ says founder
New Ledo Hotel owners have affordable housing project in the works

New Ledo Hotel owners have affordable housing project in the works

A group of investors based in North Bay with similar interests in that community is slated to purchase the Ledo Hotel building in downtown Sudbury and invest $5 million into fixing it up for affordable housing
Junction East structure designed to build ‘a collective memory’

Junction East structure designed to build ‘a collective memory’

The city’s elected officials were given a virtual tour of the proposed Junction East building during a special city council meeting on Tuesday, which outlined what is up for consideration in the $93.2-million project
<updated>Photos: </updated>Sudburians rally in Memorial Park to mark International Workers’ Day

Photos: Sudburians rally in Memorial Park to mark International Workers’ Day

‘After two years in this pandemic, workers in this province, we're tired, and we're angry’
Special city council meeting centred on Junction East scheduled for Tuesday

Special city council meeting centred on Junction East scheduled for Tuesday

An in-depth update from city administration on Junction East is the only item up for discussion during a special city council meeting scheduled to begin at 4 p.m. on Tuesday
Demonstrators protest closure of city’s downtown warming centre

Demonstrators protest closure of city’s downtown warming centre

Organizer says protesters are concerned closing the warming / cooling centre will leave a hole in services for city’s population of homeless people
‘It’s crazy beautiful’: Place des Arts open for business

‘It’s crazy beautiful’: Place des Arts open for business

Staff and board members eager to show off ‘top-notch’ facility to the rest of the community
Brand-new Place des arts building to open its doors in downtown Sudbury April 29

Brand-new Place des arts building to open its doors in downtown Sudbury April 29

Joining the grand opening as new executive director will be Jean-Gilles Pelletier
‘Barberette’ Linda Guizzo retiring after 41 years at The President Barbershop

‘Barberette’ Linda Guizzo retiring after 41 years at The President Barbershop

The President Barbershop owner Linda Guizzo said that many long-term clients have become ‘like family’ during her 41 years at the shop, which she’s retiring from with a heavy heart