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Changes to the province’s Industrial Conservation Initiative will allow Laurentian University to save around $700,000 per year on their electricity bill. On July 1st the ICI program expanded so all electricity consumers with an average peak demand over 1 megawatt would be eligible for a bill reduction of up to one third. Consumers who average […]

Reza Moridi

  The Ontario government is providing 28.8 million dollars over five years to SNOLAB in Sudbury. This will go towards the operation and upkeep of the deepest underground lab in North America. Minister of Research, Innovation and Science, Reza Moridi says for Canada to grow economically we have to innovate. Moridi says the money will […]

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By:Gary Beech A couple of recent Lotto 6/49 draws have made two local families extremely happy. Sudbury’s Barb Pigeau and Denis Bodson will use their million dollar winnings from the July 5th draw to buy a new truck, share with their family and plan some trips.   Adelard Savoie and his wife from Hanmer will […]

Missing Nadine Sainnawap

UPDATE Greater Sudbury Police say 24-year old Nadine Sane-Awap from the Thunder Bay area has been found safe. Police tweeted out they also found 26-year old Lindsay Trudeau of Sudbury, who Sane-Awap was last seen with. They didn’t mention anything about Trudeau’s condition. ORIGINAL  Police are hoping local residents may help them find a missing […]


Greater Sudbury Police say 15-year old Austin Luttrell has been found in good health. Luttrell had been missing since Tuesday when he was last seen at the Azilda skate park. Police thank the public for their help.   Original Greater Sudbury police have another missing person case on their hands. 15-year old Austin Luttrell has […]

Science North Outreach

Science North will be able to reach further into Northern Ontario more often with a federal government investment of 187 thousand dollars. The investment will allow the science centre to do three years of outreach programs in first nation communities all over the north. Karel Grant, Education Administrator with Serpent River First Nation says Science […]


Members of the Greater Sudbury gangs and vice unit arrested and charged a 48-year old male early Tuesday morning for offences related to human trafficking. Raymond Lincoln appeared in bail court yesterday and remains in custody faced with six charges that include sexual assault, advertising for sexual services and benefiting from sexual services. Additional information […]


City Council is throwing their support behind the four-laning of MR 35 in Sudbury. The project will four-lane the section between Azilda to Chelmsford at an over 38 million dollar price tag. City councillors were saying its time to knock a couple big roads projects off the list and with work being done on Maley […]

From left to right: HSN Senior VP Joe Pilon, Interim CEO of the North East LHIN Kate Fyfe, HSN's Director of Facilities, Pat Tessier and Sudbury MPP and Minister of Health Glenn Thibeault

  By: Nick Liard The provincial government is investing 1.13 million dollars into repairs and upgrades for Health Sciences North. Director of Facilities, Pat Tessier talked about where the money will go. He says there are two other small projects in the works that will use the funds as well. Interim CEO and Senior VP […]

From Kilgour's Facebook page

Former city councillor and Capreol Mayor Dave Kilgour has passed away. Details about his death have not been released as of yet. Kilgour was a former teacher and principal with the Rainbow for 32 years before retiring in 1999. Kilgour lost the 2014 municipal election in Ward 7 to Mike Jakubo who wrote on his […]