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Arron Pickard

Arron Pickard

Arron Pickard is the news editor for Northern Life. He also covers general interest news for Sudbury.com. Follow him on Twitter @arronpickard. He can be reached by email at apickard@sudbury.com.

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'I miss him so much': Butterflies released in honour of love

'I miss him so much': Butterflies released in honour of love

Annual fundraiser brings in about $20K for Maison McCulloch Hospice
<updated>Vehicle thefts in the Nickel City:</updated> The numbers might surprise you

Vehicle thefts in the Nickel City: The numbers might surprise you

Over the past six weeks, there have been 46 stolen vehicles
Sudbury couple angry, shocked after thieves steal both their vehicles in one night

Sudbury couple angry, shocked after thieves steal both their vehicles in one night

From July 2 to Aug. 12, 46 vehicles have been stolen in Sudbury, police report
<b>Clearing the air:</b> New stacks at Copper Cliff Smelter drawing attention

Clearing the air: New stacks at Copper Cliff Smelter drawing attention

Clean AER Project nearing completion as Vale plans September celebration
Sanders jumps into the fray for mayor's seat

Sanders jumps into the fray for mayor's seat

Proponent of the downtown, he says the new arena should be built there
Sudbury marks 65th anniversary of end of Korean War

Sudbury marks 65th anniversary of end of Korean War

Small ceremony honours sacrifices made to protect those fleeing persecution
Time to change the conversation about skilled trades, says employment minister

Time to change the conversation about skilled trades, says employment minister

New initiatives are helping to attract new people to the industry as widening gap looms
Time to change the conversation about skilled trades, says employment minister

Time to change the conversation about skilled trades, says employment minister

New initiatives are helping to attract new people to the industry as widening gap looms
<updated> July 9 storm aftermath:</updated> GSU will fix damage they caused to access power lines

July 9 storm aftermath: GSU will fix damage they caused to access power lines

If crews tore down a fence, or drove heavy equipment through your yard, they want to hear from you
Buy a live butterfly to <updated>support the hospice</updated> right here on Sudbury.com

Buy a live butterfly to support the hospice right here on Sudbury.com

Purchase a butterfly in memory of a loved one