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World famous local inventor Troy Hurtubise has died. The OPP have confirmed that the 54-year-old was the individual who died in Sunday’s collision along Highway 17 between North Bay and Sturgeon Falls that ended in an explosion leaving the highway closed in both directions for hours. The passionate inventor and naturalist was best known for […]


Churchill Public School Principal Dave Farrow is retiring on Friday June 29th after spending his last 10-years at the amazing school just off Auger Avenue in New Sudbury. Today KiSS Mornings with Shannon & Gary had a chance to pay tribute to the man who has had such a positive influence on many students and […]


“Ozark” is hands-down one of the best shows on Netflix and season 2 is coming out August 31st! In a 40 second teaser, we see Jason Bateman and Laura Linney narrating and it l


Today, Keira and I enjoyed the beautiful sunny weather by cruizin around Minnow Lake in our brand new 2018 Jeep Compass Sport from Mazzuca Chrysler!  First we stopped at the dog park on Second Avenue, and got to play with catch with all sorts of puppies! Fur babies small and large got to take the first […]


Summer officially arrived this morning, at 6:06am!  After a long Winter, we deserve a beautiful Summer! The Farmers Almanac is predicting a beautiful Summer is on the way. To celebrate the kick off to Summer, we’ve found 10 ways to celebrate!   Make homemade ice pops. There’s nothing like having an ice pop on a […]


Today we visited the Avengers Soccer Team outside of Sacred Heart Catholic Secondary School! The team has an absolute blast and loved the pizza from Toppers Pizza, the water bottles from KUPP and the Dilly Bars from Dairy Queen! We can’t wait to visit your team in the upcoming weeks! Fill our the application for […]


The Canadian Press Not many people get excited about October 17th, but Canadians will be marking that day on their calendars this year. That’s when the use of recreational marijuana becomes legal in Canada. Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould calls this a historic event, but is reminding Canadians that pot remains illegal until the Bill C-45 […]


TORONTO — Canada’s Walk of Fame is giving Stompin’ Tom Connors a permanent star near his boyhood home in Skinners Pond, P.E.I. The late musician, whose distinctly Canadian ditties include “Bud the Spud,” “The Hockey Song” and “Sudbury Saturday Night,” will be honoured at a public event at the Stompin’ Tom Centre on Canada Day. He’s among the first group of influential […]


‘Never Have I Ever’ with KiSS Mornings is a new web-series  on the KiSS Sudbury YouTube channel, where Shannon & Gary embark on new bucket-list adventures! In episode 2, they head to Top Glove Boxing Academy in Sudbury! Watch the video below! Thanks to Gord Apolloni for teaching us how to throw down in the ring! We would love if you gave the video a thumbs up and be […]


Top Glove Boxing Academy’s fighters will host a group of Boston boxers this Saturday  June 23 at  Top Glove. When a couple of local boxers were visiting Ireland back in March for a St. Patrick’s Day fight card when they came across a man wearing a USA vs Ireland sweater and they talked to the man. Turns […]



The 17th annual Rally For Dad raised 30 thousand dollars on Saturday. The event took riders on an over 200 km journey from the Northern Cancer Foundation, through Verner and Noelville then back to Sudbury. NCF also recognized local A and W restaurants for their significant contributions with a tribute emblem that will go in […]


17-year old Julia Jodouin wanted to pursue two things she loved in post secondary school, nursing and baseball…making history wasn’t on her mind. But in September the St. Benedict Catholic School student will become the second and youngest female to play for a Ontario University Athletics men’s varsity baseball team when she suits up as […]


There’s nothing like having an ice cream cone, on a hot Summer day! Chowhound.com is encouraging you to make your ice cream different this Summer. Check out these ice cream hacks you can try!   Experiment with new ingredients. Impress your friends with unique toppings and flavours. Edible flowers, honey combs, different varieties of nuts (if […]


Similar raffles on the East Coast have raised millions of dollar for charity — last year a couple from Newfoundland won $ 2.6 million dollars in their Chase the Ace game. In Sudbury, the “Catch the Ace” raffle supports the Sudbury Food Bank and is hosted by Overtime Sports Bar and Grill every Thursday from […]


Does your child have what it takes to be a professional Toy Tester? Toys R Us Canada is looking to hire a new ‘Chief Play Officer’ aka a toy tester! This lucky child will get to play with brand new toys and report back their findings to the company!   This is a DREAM JOB for any […]


TORONTO — Cineplex theatres showing “Incredibles 2” have posted health-related warnings to moviegoers about Disney’s animated feature, which opened on the weekend. Cineplex spokeswoman Sarah Van Lange says the theatres posted warnings about scenes containing flashing lights that could trigger seizures in some people with epilepsy. The warnings from Disney read: “Incredibles 2 contains a sequence of flashing lights which may affect customers who […]


Kristen Bell and Kelsey Grammer star in a rom-com movie called “Like Father”.  Bell plays a woman who’s dumped at the altar and ends up drunkenly inviting her estranged father (Grammer) on her honeymoon cruise That’s when she meets nice guy Seth Rogen. .Like Father is in theatres August 3, 2018


If you were one of the many, many, many who saw ‘The Incredibles 2’ this weekend then you saw Toronto’s Domee Shi’s animated eigth minute short ‘Boa’. Domee explains her inspiration for the character in this introduction. This dumpling is the star of @DisneyPixar's first short film directed by a woman. Meet #Bao, playing right […]


Barrie police are hoping local residents may be helpful in the search for a 17-year old girl who has been reported missing from their area. Sudbury.com reports that Shannon Gadon Krienke (Krine-Key) has been away from her home since June 4th, police believe she could be in Sudbury, French River or North Bay. The teenager […]


Last year’s winner for the Cheetos Contest was a Unicorn! This year, Shannon & Gary from KiSS Mornings are determined to find a Cheeto that looks like anything BUT a Cheeto, in an attempt to win $50,000! WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW The Cheetos Museum, an online gallery is asking fans of the neon orange corn snack to […]


Ed Sheeran and Andrea Bocelli recorded a third version of the big hit ‘Perfect’. It’s called ‘Perfect Symphony’! This version received critical acclaim, just based on the beautiful harmonies they made. Last night, Ed and Andrea performed the song live at Wembley Stadium in London! This is the first time they performed the song LIVE! […]


A student at Canada’s McGill University has won a lawsuit against his ex-girlfriend who tricked him into thinking he didn’t win a full ride scholarship for a prestigious music program. The Montreal Gazette reports that Eric Abramavitz was accepted into the Colburn Conservatory of Music in Los Angeles in March 2014, but his girlfriend Jennifer Lee intercepted […]


GENEVA — The World Health Organization says that compulsively playing video games now qualifies as a new mental health condition, in a move that some critics warn may risk stigmatizing its young players. In its latest revision to an international disease classification manual, the U.N. health agency said Monday that classifying “Gaming Disorder” as a […]


LOS ANGELES — Jay-Z and Beyonce are keeping up a family tradition, dropping a surprise album before anyone knew it was coming. The couple released a joint album that touches on the rapper’s disgust at this year’s Grammy Awards and features a shout out from their daughter Blue Ivy to her siblings. The nine-track album […]


Churchill Public School Principal Dave Farrow is retiring on Friday June 29th after spending his last 10-years at the amazing school just off Auger Avenue in New Sudbury. Today KiSS Mornings with Shannon & Gary had a chance to pay tribute to the man who has had such a positive influence on many students and […]



Similar raffles on the East Coast have raised millions of dollar for charity — last year a couple from Newfoundland won $ 2.6 million dollars in their Chase the Ace game. In Sudbury, the “Catch the Ace” raffle supports the Sudbury Food Bank and is hosted by Overtime Sports Bar and Grill every Thursday from […]


Barrie police are hoping local residents may be helpful in the search for a 17-year old girl who has been reported missing from their area. Sudbury.com reports that Shannon Gadon Krienke (Krine-Key) has been away from her home since June 4th, police believe she could be in Sudbury, French River or North Bay. The teenager […]


Meagan Duhamel started figure skating when she was only 3 years old at the Walden Arena and during the next 29 years she has seen a lot of ice time.  At 14 she left home to go to Barrie and trains at the famoed Mariposa School of Skating.  Her career started out as a singles […]


So you may be saying …what the heck is Mammothon. It’s a one-day breast screening marathon to encourage as many women as possible to check getting a mammogram done off their to-do-list by booking and completing a mammogram. Women between the ages of 50 to 74 who have not had their mamogram within the last […]


Steve Paikin, the host of TVO’s The Agenda was up in Sudbury recently to carry out his duties as Laurentian University’s Chancellor during numerous graduation ceremonies.  The broadcast journalist, author and documentary film-maker took over that position in June of 2013 succeeding Aline Chretien, the wife of former Prime Minister Jean Chretien. While here, Paikin recorded […]


This Friday’s Lotto Max draw is the biggest one in history with an estimated $ 60 million dollar jackpot and an estimated 50 Maxmillions.  So how do you get your share of that cash? KiSS Mornings with Shannon and Gary went to one of the top dogs at the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation to […]


Greater Sudbury Police tweeted “Alberto Guerra has been located in good health. Thank you #Sudbury for retweeting and sharing. You truly make a positive difference!” ORIGINAL The public is being asked to help police locate a 51-year old Chelmsford man who was last seen at Health Sciences North on Tuesday. Alberto Guerra is 6’2 – […]


The Greater Sudbury Police is currently investigating an unconfirmed report of a missing child. Out of an abundance of caution: -GPS have canvassed the area -conducted a K9 search – coordinated a ground search with the Service’s Search and Rescue Unit -conducted interviews -stopped motorists on the major arteries in and around the Kingsway to […]


The Greater Sudbury Police Service is asking the public for help in finding 51 year old Gerald McKee. He was last seen on Friday May 18th, 2018 at approximately 8:40pm in the area of Health Sciences North located on Ramsey Lake Rd., Sudbury.  McKee is described as being 5’8, 170lbs, balding with short brown hair and […]


Public speaking is clearly a strength of 9-year old Daniela Grottoli who recently won silver at the Oratacular Nationals Speech Competition. The Grade 4 student from R.L. Beattie Public School won the local Eye Level Sudbury competition and submitted her speech with family as the one thing she couldn’t live without. She was up against […]


This year’s Defeat Depression Walk / Run kicks off Saturday May 26 at the Grace Hartman Amphitheatre at 9 a.m. Tamara Parker from NISA — Northern Initiative for Social Action talks to Shannon and Gary from KiSS Mornings about some of the services that are available for you on a daily basis.   NISA also provides […]


The Greater Sudbury Police Service is celebrating the start of Police Week by encouraging you to come out and meet members of your local police service, including an address from the Sudbury Police Chief Paul Pedersen. The opening ceremonies will feature a free BBQ, various police demonstrations, information booths, and plenty of family-friendly outdoor activities […]


Shannon and Gary from KiSS Mornings talked to Luc about his big win on KiSS 105.3


Your cellphone and millions of others will sound off at the exact same time with a new public emergency alert system called “Alert Ready” The test will begin Monday at 1:55pm and is in place to warn the public of imminent threats, things like tornadoes, floods and fires, water contamination and Amber alerts. What will it […]


The Greater Sudbury Police Service is currently seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing person from the Sudbury area, Jessica Otosquaiob who is 20 years of age, has been reported missing by a friend who is concerned for her welfare. Jessica was last talked to on April 13, 2018. when she was believed to […]


A 55-year old man had to be taken to hospital after he fell in a sinkhole on his property in Garson. Police were called around 11:30 am to the home on O’Neil Drive West and Falconbridge Road after the man went to inspect a sink hole when the ground gave way and he fell in. […]


Shannon and Gary from KiSS Mornings spoke with Lauren Simeson, from the Toronto Blue Jay’s Care Foundation. She told us all about the Challenger Baseball Program which is coming to Sudbury this summer and is designed for youth and adults living with both cognitive and physical disabilities, aiming to help participants learn all the life skills that are […]


The warm weather is finally here and that means one thing…construction. The city has 60.2 million dollars in roads investments that will repair and improve the transportation network.   Here is what the city has scheduled so far: Preliminary work for the widening of Municipal Road 35, from Azilda to Highway 144, will begin. Construction […]


OPP release the names involved in both collisions.   Sudbury OPP say the passenger of the transport that hit a rock cut on Highway 17 West yesterday was the victim, while the driver faces charges. Westbound lanes of Highway 17 were closed for around 12 hours yesterday after a the tractor trailer hit a rock […]


Sudbury’s newest restaurant is opening for business TODAY April 17th. Sudbury.com profiled the journey of the couple who came to the city as Syrian refugees in December of 2015. Sudbury.com Hussein and Sawsan Qarquoz are the team behind the city’s new Syrian restaurant called Damascus Cafe and Bakery. Reporter Ella Myers got a chance to […]


A Vigil, in support of the Humboldt Broncos, is going to be held in front of the Sudbury Arena tonight. The Vigil is set to begin at 9pm Eastern Standard Time, to coincide with the Vigil being held in Humboldt Saskatchewan, at 7 pm Central Standard time. Motorists are asked to be aware of a […]


A four million dollar investment from the province will help bring an new year-round recreation complex to Greater Sudbury. Sudbury MPP Glenn Thibeault made the announcement through the 2018 Provincial Budget in partnership with the city and Rainbow District School Board as the facility will be built at Lasalle Secondary School. Thibeault says the facility, […]


Ontario’s police watchdog is investigating after a police-involved shooting in Sudbury on Sunday. Greater Sudbury Police responded to a Weapons Complaint involving an individual downtown at the Greater Sudbury Transit Terminal. On Sunday, April 1st around 6:30pm an officer arrived to find an aggressive man and “subsequently applied force that resulted in injuries requiring the […]