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Matt Durnan

Matt Durnan

Matt Durnan is the night desk reporter at Sudbury.com. He is a graduate of Humber College's Journalism program. Matt spent time as a reporter in Thompson, Man., as well as Airdrie, Alta., before moving to Sudbury. Follow him on Twitter @mdurnan. He can be reached by email at mdurnan@sudbury.com.

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Police continue to investigate report of assault at Ryan Heights Playground

Police continue to investigate report of assault at Ryan Heights Playground

No additional complaints have been madeĀ 
Generosity continues: Lily Fielding donates Group of Seven painting to Laurentian

Generosity continues: Lily Fielding donates Group of Seven painting to Laurentian

"La Cloche" now hangs in the Brenda Wallace Reading Room
Vale and the Steelworkers raise $468,000 for United Way

Vale and the Steelworkers raise $468,000 for United Way

Annual campaign has raised more than $18 million in 37 years
'15 years ago I had a gun in my mouth': Fleury talks mental health at LU next week

'15 years ago I had a gun in my mouth': Fleury talks mental health at LU next week

Open format lecture will allow those in attendance to share their stories
Sudburians invited to help shape Ontario's health care system

Sudburians invited to help shape Ontario's health care system

ICES North forming a public advisory council
Climate change a very real issue for Northern Ontario

Climate change a very real issue for Northern Ontario

Making polluters pay leads to good things says environmental commissioner
Northern Ontario warming faster than rest of province: Environmental Commissioner

Northern Ontario warming faster than rest of province: Environmental Commissioner

Making polluters pay leads to good things, says Diane Saxe
Northern Ontario warming faster than rest of province: Environmental Commissioner

Northern Ontario warming faster than rest of province: Environmental Commissioner

Making polluters pay leads to good things, says Diane Saxe
Climate change a very real issue for Northern Ontario

Climate change a very real issue for Northern Ontario

Making polluters pay leads to good things says environmental commissioner
Luukkonen back from World Juniors with message for Team Canada: <updated>Buy better sticks (video) </updated>

Luukkonen back from World Juniors with message for Team Canada: Buy better sticks (video)

Sudbury Wolves star netminder reflects on his gold medal win