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St. Charles woman pulled over on Hwy. 17 is facing impaired charges

St. Charles woman pulled over on Hwy. 17 is facing impaired charges

She also had a small amount of drugs suspected to be cannabis
Crash on Hwy. 144 north of Cartier results in impaired charges

Crash on Hwy. 144 north of Cartier results in impaired charges

Elliot Lake man charged after single-vehicle collision
Southern Ontario sledders charged in Sudbury for breaching stay-at-home order

Southern Ontario sledders charged in Sudbury for breaching stay-at-home order

Officers also handed out six POA fines to other snowmobilers
Police: suspicious man made unwanted sexual advances toward youth in Garson

Police: suspicious man made unwanted sexual advances toward youth in Garson

Seeking public’s help in obtaining more information
Second search warrant finds more than 30 explosives at Reginald Street building

Second search warrant finds more than 30 explosives at Reginald Street building

A woman is facing charges now in addition to charges laid against man who was charged following first search of apartment
<updated>Updated: </updated>Hwy. 17 reopened at Hagar after Tuesday vehicle fire

Updated: Hwy. 17 reopened at Hagar after Tuesday vehicle fire

The highway was closed early Tuesday morning
<updated>Update:</updated> Missing Sudbury man located in good health

Update: Missing Sudbury man located in good health

Family of Lucas McHugh had been concerned for his well-being
Missing Sudbury woman passed away last night in hospital, police report

Missing Sudbury woman passed away last night in hospital, police report

The cause of Stephanie Allan’s death has not been released
Update: Missing Sudbury woman passed away last night in hospital, police report

Update: Missing Sudbury woman passed away last night in hospital, police report

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Stephanie Allan is asked to contact police.
If you are sexually assaulted, it’s a gamble your hospital will be able to collect evidence, Sudbury study finds

If you are sexually assaulted, it’s a gamble your hospital will be able to collect evidence, Sudbury study finds

Study from Sudbury-based survivors advocacy group found nearly half of Canadian hospitals surveyed did not have sexual assault evidence kits, leaving survivors who want to pursue a criminal case out in the cold