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Tyler Clarke

Tyler Clarke

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Sudburians have the province’s ear during Monday meeting

Sudburians have the province’s ear during Monday meeting

The Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs will be in Sudbury all day on Monday to hear from those Greater Sudburians who registered to speak to a non-partisan panel of political representatives
‘Incredibly unfair’ Bill 23 puts more burden on city taxpayers

‘Incredibly unfair’ Bill 23 puts more burden on city taxpayers

The bill, called the province’s More Homes, Build Faster Act, will shift approximately $7.5 million from development-related fees onto Greater Sudbury’s taxpayers
Downtown rebounds with 21 new businesses in ‘post-COVID era’

Downtown rebounds with 21 new businesses in ‘post-COVID era’

The city’s downtown core has welcomed 21 new businesses since the province started easing out of COVID-era restrictions in early 2021
Greater Sudbury’s stable rental rates buck national trend

Greater Sudbury’s stable rental rates buck national trend

The average rental rate of a two-bedroom apartment in Greater Sudbury was down a statistically insignificant amount in 2022, whereas the national rate jumped by 5.6 per cent 
Developer looks to expand proposed Hanmer housing project

Developer looks to expand proposed Hanmer housing project

The planning committee of city council approved expanding the Silver Valley housing development in Hanmer 
Public to be consulted on changes to fire/paramedic stations

Public to be consulted on changes to fire/paramedic stations

The city is planning on launching a public engagement process by the end of February centred on proposed changes to the city’s emergency services infrastructure
Video: City plow driver targeted her property, homeowner says

Video: City plow driver targeted her property, homeowner says

Levack resident Chantelle Gorhan posted a video to social media showing a free little library outside her house being wrecked by a sidewalk plow, which she said also damaged two pillars
Speakeasy, complete with secret entrance, opening soon downtown

Speakeasy, complete with secret entrance, opening soon downtown

The city’s planning committee has unanimously approved funding to assist with renovations of the former Northern Life building at 158 Elgin St.
New Sudbury fire station vacated after potential asbestos found

New Sudbury fire station vacated after potential asbestos found

Temporarily relocating firefighters from the New Sudbury station to the Minnow Lake station has added as much as four minutes in response time to call-outs in the New Sudbury area
Aging downtown arena falls short on accessibility, says advocate

Aging downtown arena falls short on accessibility, says advocate

Accessibility ‘will forever be at the forefront’ in whatever arena project the city ends up proceeding with, Ward 12 Coun. Joscelyne Landry-Altmann said