Sudbury MP Paul Lefebvre announces funding in Sudbury's oldest building, built in 1883 in downtown Sudbury, it's now home to the Carrefour francophone de Sudbury office

By: Nick Liard The federal government is pumping $870,000 into local arts and cultural groups. The money will support 13 Sudbury-based organizations including over $204,000 for Theatre du Nouvel Ontario and $225,000 for Carrefour francophone de Sudbury. Sudbury MP Paul Lefebvre says this money will provide much needed stable funding. Other recipients include River and Sky […]


By: Nick Liard Sudbury Police say a 21-year old man was arrested following a robbery at the Bank Of Montreal Downtown. The incident happened Friday, where the man allegedly stole 700 dollars from a 61-year old female. Officers say he pushed the woman which resulted in minor injuries and then fled on foot. He was […]


By: Nick Liard The city could be facing a lawsuit in the near future. Residents of the Beaver Lake area are threatening a class action lawsuit against the City of Greater Sudbury if the Beaver Lake Fire Station is closed down. Beaver Lake is one of nine stations up for closure in the proposed Fire […]

STC and YES Theatre put on a short preview of Hockey Dreams, now playing.

By: Nick Liard The Stanley Cup Playoffs are in full swing and what a better time for the Sudbury Theatre Centre and YES Theatre to come together on a hockey story. Hockey Dreams is based on the novel of the same name by Canadian Author, David Adams Richards, which tells the story of two young […]

Sudbury MPP and Ontario's Minister of Energy speaks to media at Sudbury Hydro's control room

By: Nick Liard Sudbury MPP and Ontario’s Minister of Energy, Glenn Thibeault says he will be running in the next provincial election. Thibeault confirmed he would be running after Premier Kathleen Wynne also confirmed she would be on the ballot for the next election. He says he just has to set some time aside to […]

President of College Boreal, Daniel Giroux

By: Nick Liard College Boreal and Cambrian College each received over one million dollars for student experience enhancements. For the 50th anniversary of Ontario’s College System the province made new investments to each of Ontario’s 24 publicly assisted colleges, including 1.5 million to Boreal and 1.8 to Cambrian. President of Cambrian College, Bill Best says the […]

firefighters calendar

By: Nick Liard The NEO Kids Foundation received a 25 thousand dollar cheque from the Sudbury Professional Firefighters Association. The money comes from sales of the 2017 firefighters calendar which will go towards purchasing vital equipment for NEO Kids. Foundation president, Patricia Mills says it’s an incredible donation considering the time and energy put into […]

Loblaw's Mark Schembri

By: Nick Liard Since 2011 the Real Canadian Superstore on Lasalle has cut electricity usage by 22 per cent, and the province in recognizing their parent company Loblaw Companies Limited. Sudbury MPP and Energy Minister Glenn Thibeault says Loblaw is an energy efficiency leader and in Sudbury have saved 800 megawatt hours annually through certain […]


After two alleged incidents at a business on Kathleen Street, Sudbury Police are searching for 32-year old Shawn Potvin. Warrants have been issued for his arrest after Potvin allegedly committed theft and mischief at the business in March. Potvin is known to reside in the Donovan Area.    


By: Nick Liard Construction season is beginning a bit early in the city, as a big Lorne Street project gets underway. Traffic will be reduced to one lane in each direction Martindale Road to Webbwood as crews work on paving, replacement of water services, widening the paved shoulder and more. That work will continue until […]