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Science North has cancelled their Nightlife on the Rocks, Vino event scheduled for tonight. Crews are working to clean up a water main break that happened Wednesday night and say the science centre is closed today and they made the decision to cancel the event. Tickets can be used to get into another nightlife on […]


30 years ago the Edgar Burton Christmas Food Drive began and since then over one thousand tonnes of food has been donated in Sudbury helping those in need during the holidays. The food and monetary donations help the Sudbury Food Bank get through the holidays and Winter months helping over 16 thousand people per month. […]


The Canadian Press   Ontario’s striking college faculty have voted not to accept an offer that would have ended the nearly five-week job action. The Ontario Public Service Employees Union, which represents the 12,000 workers, had recommended the colleges’ contract proposal be rejected. The strike, which involves college professors, instructors, counsellors, and librarians, began Oct. […]


It will now take motorists a little longer on Southview Drive…and residents are thrilled about it. The city has put in a number of traffic calming measures on the road that connects Regent Street to Kelly Lake Road and Highway 17. Traffic and Asset Management Supervisor, Joe Rocca says so far feedback has been positive. […]


Sudbury Police have arrested a 29-year old for allegedly stealing seven of the 20 missing poppy donation boxes. Since November 4th local businesses and the Royal Canadian Legion branch 76 have reported the theft of 20 poppy boxes and an undisclosed amount of money. Officers used video surveillance and arrested 29-year old Michael Petryna on […]


Faculty from Cambrian College and College Boreal walked to Sudbury MPP Glenn Thibeault’s office raising awareness saying the biggest impasse in the near month long strike continues to be precarious work. This week the Ontario Labour Relations Board ordered the faculty vote to be held from November 14th to November 16th. President of OPSEU Local […]


Sudbury OPP have released the names of the two men who died in a two vehicle collision Wednesday afternoon on Highway 17. Police investigation revealed a westbound car driven by 63-year old Guy Forget of French River, crossed the centre line and struck an eastbound pick-up driven by 70-year old Barry Brechin of Bruce Mines. […]


Local police are saying 16 Remembrance Day poppy donation boxes were stolen from businesses in Sudbury, over the past few days. Investigators are reviewing security camera footage after four consecutive days of donation box thefts. The money collected in the boxes goes to the Royal Canadian Legion, which uses it to support veterans and their […]


UPDATE 3  The male drivers of a pickup and vehicle were both killed just before noon yesterday on the Southwest Bypass near Middle Lake road. Ontario Provincial police says the car driven by a 63-year old male crossed the centre line and struck the pick up driven by a 70-year old head on. A 55-year […]


Sudbury MPP Glenn Thibeault made a major funding announcement in Downtown Sudbury saying a 17.7 million dollar investment will go towards solving poverty and homelessness in the city. Thibeault says it’s part of Ontario’s goal to end chronic homelessness by 2025. The money through Ontario’s Local Poverty Reduction Fund will be given to the city […]