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Darren MacDonald

Darren MacDonald

Darren MacDonald covers city hall, politics and provincial affairs for Northern Life and Sudbury.com. Follow him on Twitter @DarrenMacD. He can be reached by email at dmacdonald@sudbury.com.

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Police have concerns with report on street checks

Police have concerns with report on street checks

But recommendations still allow police to do 'important investigative work
Vagnini back as chair of police services board

Vagnini back as chair of police services board

Gerry Montpellier, city council's other representative, announces he is leaving the board
Nickel City's whistleblower hotline has another busy year

Nickel City's whistleblower hotline has another busy year

Close to 100 calls since June complaining about staff, politicians and city contractors
North Bay man accused in Sweeney killing returns to court Feb. 14

North Bay man accused in Sweeney killing returns to court Feb. 14

Robert Steven Wright preparing for bail hearing Feb. 19
Accused in Sweeney killing returns to court Feb. 14

Accused in Sweeney killing returns to court Feb. 14

Robert Steven Wright preparing for bail hearing Feb. 19
Faculty union: Special treatment for Dominic Giroux breaks collective agreement

Faculty union: Special treatment for Dominic Giroux breaks collective agreement

But university responds that such agreements 'are not uncommon for senior academic appointments'
Vagnini motion formally ends fire optimization process

Vagnini motion formally ends fire optimization process

Controversial plan was ignored by council when presented in 2017
Serré exemplifies balancing act Trudeau faces in 2019

Serré exemplifies balancing act Trudeau faces in 2019

Maclean's Magazine: Nickel Belt MP represents Liberal reelection challenge in rural areas
Giroux's sweetheart deal from Laurentian revealed in court documents

Giroux's sweetheart deal from Laurentian revealed in court documents

When he left the university to become hospital CEO, Dominic Giroux negotiated a deal that gave him permanent unpaid leave from LU, and a full-time job if he were to return to the school
Legal fight will delay Kingsway project until 2021 or 2022

Legal fight will delay Kingsway project until 2021 or 2022

City council told decision from LPAT expected this fall