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Matt Durnan

Matt Durnan

Matt Durnan is a reporter at Sudbury.com, covering city hall and general news. 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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South End development causing safety, privacy concerns for some residents

South End development causing safety, privacy concerns for some residents

Greenvalley Drive residents frustrated with motorized vehicles driving on trail behind their home
With winter quickly approaching, Greater Sudbury planning virtual forum on homelessness

With winter quickly approaching, Greater Sudbury planning virtual forum on homelessness

Staff will lay out the logistics of town hall meeting at next month's council meeting
ParkSide Centre to provide warm place to eat for up to 50 homeless residents

ParkSide Centre to provide warm place to eat for up to 50 homeless residents

Councillor Bill Leduc’s warming trailer pitch left on the table for a second meeting in a row
Sudbury council may provide $175K warming trailer for downtown homeless

Sudbury council may provide $175K warming trailer for downtown homeless

The Ward 11 councillor says the trailers are a simple solution and would allow people to eat with some dignity and comfort
City moving to designate former Saint-Louis de Gonzague School as a heritage site

City moving to designate former Saint-Louis de Gonzague School as a heritage site

Building at 162 Mackenzie St. is the subject of an approved site plan for a retirement living development
Leduc urging fellow councillors to back $175K warming trailer project for downtown homeless

Leduc urging fellow councillors to back $175K warming trailer project for downtown homeless

The Ward 11 councillor says the trailers are a simple solution and would allow people to eat with some dignity and comfort
City looks to spend nearly $6M on Community Improvement Projects to reap $48M in private investment

City looks to spend nearly $6M on Community Improvement Projects to reap $48M in private investment

Le Ledo Hotel project would receive roughly $5 million if project proponents can jump through all the hoops
Break-ins and theft continue to plague downtown businesses

Break-ins and theft continue to plague downtown businesses

At least three Sudbury businesses have been victims of property crimes in the past two weeks
Pothole claims against the city down significantly from last year

Pothole claims against the city down significantly from last year

City costs on pothole claims this year are $28,219 compared to more than $187,000 in 2019
Sudburians stand in the cold in a show of empathy for city’s homeless

Sudburians stand in the cold in a show of empathy for city’s homeless

Event was organized by Deke Zaher, who intends to run for mayor in 2022