Skip to content

Downtown

Break-ins and theft continue to plague downtown businesses

Break-ins and theft continue to plague downtown businesses

At least three Sudbury businesses have been victims of property crimes in the past two weeks
<updated>Memory Lane:</updated> Happy memories and an unhappy ending for Silverman’s Department Store

Memory Lane: Happy memories and an unhappy ending for Silverman’s Department Store

You shared many memories with us about the ‘Greater Store in Northern Ontario’ which can be summed up in the comment of a single reader: There was a time when Silverman's was 'the embodiment of hopes and dreams' for generations of people
Overnight warming centre for the homeless opens at the YMCA

Overnight warming centre for the homeless opens at the YMCA

Centre is open seven days a week, 10 p.m.to 7 a.m. until April
Sudburians stand in the cold in a show of empathy for city’s homeless

Sudburians stand in the cold in a show of empathy for city’s homeless

Event was organized by Deke Zaher, who intends to run for mayor in 2022
Junction North film fest returns Nov. 13-15 (with COVID precautions, of course)

Junction North film fest returns Nov. 13-15 (with COVID precautions, of course)

Festival is able to be held at Sudbury Indie Cinema by limiting venue to 45 patrons
People fasted for Inner-City Home in October and raised more than $70K for its food bank

People fasted for Inner-City Home in October and raised more than $70K for its food bank

Lougheed Foundation provided $25,000 in funding to the campaign
Aim of clearing homeless from Memorial Park was about getting them help, mayor says

Aim of clearing homeless from Memorial Park was about getting them help, mayor says

Violence, graffiti and garbage among issues Mayor Brian Bigger’s ‘task team’ aims to address in the downtown
<updated>Video: </updated>Sudbury Sec students back in school after bomb threat deemed ‘not credible’

Video: Sudbury Sec students back in school after bomb threat deemed ‘not credible’

Nothing suspicious was located in the school; matter remains under investigation
‘The right place to start is somewhere’: Greater Sudbury looks to provide warming shelters seven nights a week

‘The right place to start is somewhere’: Greater Sudbury looks to provide warming shelters seven nights a week

It’s not an ‘ultimate solution’ for city’s vulnerable citizens, but it will provide ‘immediate relief,’ says city councillor
<updated>Video: </updated>Pandemic shutdown ‘a nightmare’ for homeless left without water or toilets, advocate says

Video: Pandemic shutdown ‘a nightmare’ for homeless left without water or toilets, advocate says

Bob Johnston wonders where the mayor and city council were eight months ago when vulnerable downtown population was left in the lurch