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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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Overcapacity at hospital a little lower compared to last week

Overcapacity at hospital a little lower compared to last week

100% of beds occupied, and then some
Push for Change as Canadian as hockey and maple syrup, says organizer

Push for Change as Canadian as hockey and maple syrup, says organizer

Joe Roberts stops in Sudbury as part of 9,000-km trek to end youth homelessness
Finding the pathways to success for Aboriginal people

Finding the pathways to success for Aboriginal people

New book explores economic success of indigenous population in Greater Sudbury
Puck drops on Police Cup hockey tournament

Puck drops on Police Cup hockey tournament

More than 500 kids vying for trophy
Vicious dog order in case of brutal dog attack in Lively (Video)

Vicious dog order in case of brutal dog attack in Lively (Video)

Family heartbroken over loss of their beloved pet
U.S. elkhound group pledges support for Lively family

U.S. elkhound group pledges support for Lively family

Rescue group says 'elkhound community' is behind Lively family
Lively dogs had long rap sheet, city looking at seizing the animals

Lively dogs had long rap sheet, city looking at seizing the animals

Head of city's bylaw department calls the situation 'severe'
Vicious dog order in case of brutal dog attack in Lively (video)

Vicious dog order in case of brutal dog attack in Lively (video)

Family heartbroken over loss of their beloved pet
Vicious dog order in case of brutal dog attack in Lively (Video)

Vicious dog order in case of brutal dog attack in Lively (Video)

Family heartbroken over loss of their beloved pet
Kivi Park transformation is happening fast

Kivi Park transformation is happening fast

Some trails now open, and plans for a winter carnival are in the works