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Tyler Clarke

Tyler Clarke

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Recent Work by Tyler

Councillor: Front-yard parking visual symptom of ‘slumlords’

Councillor: Front-yard parking visual symptom of ‘slumlords’

Landry-Altmann and Sizer hosting a community meeting at Cedar Park Playground on Thursday to address public concerns about unsightly properties
Local Tories skipping debates, avoiding interviews

Local Tories skipping debates, avoiding interviews

Interview requests with the Progressive Conservative candidates in both Sudbury and Nickel Belt remain unfilled, party spokespeople offer non-answers in response to questions
Autism advocates want a change in government on June 2

Autism advocates want a change in government on June 2

Local autism advocates say they’re non-partisan, but after witnessing the waitlist for services for youths double to more than 52,000 during Doug Ford’s time as premier, they’re urging supporters to not vote Progressive Conservative
GSHC chipping away at a waitlist of almost 1,000 households

GSHC chipping away at a waitlist of almost 1,000 households

The Greater Sudbury Housing Corporation held its annual general meeting in council chambers on Tuesday, during which they highlighted recent efforts in relation to their housing stock of 1,829 rental units
This weekend has been a scorcher, setting record highs

This weekend has been a scorcher, setting record highs

Environment and Climate Change Canada reports record-high temperatures this weekend, which peaked at 29.9 C on Friday
Candidates reminded of campaign sign ban on public land

Candidates reminded of campaign sign ban on public land

Sudbury NDP candidate France Gélinas has called out political opponents for placing campaign signs on municipal land, with the City of Greater Sudbury clarifying that signs may only be planted on private property with the owner’s permission
New Blue candidates strive to connect with voters

New Blue candidates strive to connect with voters

Local provincial candidate debates hosted by the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce and the Canadian Association of Retired Persons will only see candidates from the Liberal, NDP, Progressive Conservative and Green parties invited
Hundreds gather to release trout into Junction Creek

Hundreds gather to release trout into Junction Creek

The annual Junction Creek Festival saw hundreds of people gather at the Twin Forks Playground to release 3,500 brook trout into Junction Creek
Open season on Tories at Nickel Belt candidates event

Open season on Tories at Nickel Belt candidates event

The same as Wednesday’s all-candidates debate for Sudbury, tonight’s Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce debate with Nickel Belt candidates lacked a Progressive Conservative presence, with candidate Randy Hazlett having withdrawn his participation
Rocca-Circelli in the ‘fact-finding stage’ of her mayoral campaign

Rocca-Circelli in the ‘fact-finding stage’ of her mayoral campaign

With the municipal election still months away, Miranda Rocca-Circelli is one of three mayoral candidates currently registered in Greater Sudbury, though an additional two candidates have also announced their intentions to seek the position