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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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Police constable ordered to forfeit 90 hours for discreditable conduct

Police constable ordered to forfeit 90 hours for discreditable conduct

Punishment handed down to Robert Rheaume for disparaging social media comments he made in March last year
GoFundMe page lands suspended cop in another disciplinary hearing

GoFundMe page lands suspended cop in another disciplinary hearing

Robert Rheaume charged with more discreditable conduct, as well as insubordination
Bail decision reserved for man facing manslaughter charge for opioid overdose

Bail decision reserved for man facing manslaughter charge for opioid overdose

Three sureties sworn in with $7,500 responsibility if bail granted
Happy anniversary: Dozens of Sudburians join day of action against Tory cuts

Happy anniversary: Dozens of Sudburians join day of action against Tory cuts

Unions protest 'devastating' cuts as June 7 marks one year since Conservatives took office 
Close call: Capreol family hope public can help ID man who side-swiped them

Close call: Capreol family hope public can help ID man who side-swiped them

Couple with two children in their vehicle narrowly avoided a head-on collision
<b>ONTARIO:</b> A double lung transplant saved Luc Robidas' life, but it also took his sight <b>(5 photos)</b>

ONTARIO: A double lung transplant saved Luc Robidas' life, but it also took his sight (5 photos)

And with surgery complications delaying their move back home, a new fundraising campaign has been started to help Luc and his wife Jen stay close to his doctors in Toronto
A double lung transplant saved Luc Robidas' life ... it also took his sight

A double lung transplant saved Luc Robidas' life ... it also took his sight

And with surgery complications delaying their move back home, a new fundraising campaign has been started to help Luc and his wife Jen stay close to his doctors in Toronto
Coroner investigating 'non-occupational' death at Vale Sudbury operations

Coroner investigating 'non-occupational' death at Vale Sudbury operations

No orders or requirements issued by Ministry of Labour
Coroner investigating 'non-occupational' death of worker at Copper Cliff smelter on Monday

Coroner investigating 'non-occupational' death of worker at Copper Cliff smelter on Monday

No orders or requirements issued by Ministry of Labour

ONTARIO: Opioid situation isn't just a crisis, it's an emergency, says Sudbury MPP

Jamie West reveals his first private member's motion as opioid-related deaths climb at 'alarming rate'