Sudbury Police are hoping the public can identify a man who was involved in a altercation at 327 Elm Street Thursday afternoon. A 28-year old man was stabbed and was taken to hospital with serious injuries and remains in stable condition. A weapon was found at the scene and police believe the victim and suspect […]

Cory Stillman

By: Nick Liard Cory Stillman played over one thousand NHL game and won two Stanley Cups and the Peterborough Native will take that experience and bring it to his next career as head coach of the Sudbury Wolves. Stillman was introduced today and is eager to get started. Stillman won a Stanley Cup with Tampa […]

MNRF Announcement

By: Nick Liard Bear calls in the city continue to go up, but now Greater Sudbury will have the highest number of bear technicians anywhere in the province. The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry announced they will be hiring three bear technicians, bringing the compliment to four. Sudbury Police have been burdened with the […]

Big Nickel Show

By: Nick Liard The Big Nickel is no longer just the biggest Nickel, but now the biggest nickel projection screen. For Canada and Ontario’s 150th birthday, Dynamic Earth produced a 21 minute multimedia show funded by Ontario 150. Science Director, Julie Moskalyk says it will look at 150 years of Sudbury’s history, from the early […]


A 30-year old man was stabbed and had to be taken to hospital in critical condition after an altercation yesterday afternoon. Police responded around 2:45 outside of an apartment building on the Lloyd Street Hill. Officers say the suspect is a 27-year old who is known to the victim, who is still at large. They […]

Aiport Funding

By: Nick Liard Greater Sudbury Airport CEO, Todd Trip says the outdoor lighting at the airport has not been upgraded in years and they’ve had to use a patchwork system which has been very costly. But a federal government investment of $261,000 will allow them to replace apron flood lighting and upgrade the current regulators which […]

Wynne Visit

By: Nick Liard Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne made a stop in Sudbury yesterday visiting a few city locations including Health Sciences North. The NEO Kids Foundation is currently raising funds to build a stand-alone facility at HSN. Wynne wouldn’t commit to any funds but having her see the current facility is a step. When asked […]

Photo provided by Environmental Defence

By: Nick Liard A blue-flag will fly at Moonlight Beach this summer after it received international eco-certification meaning the beach has met high standards of water quality. Moonlight becomes the second beach in Sudbury to get a blue-flag as Bell Park Beach earned the certification for the third year in a row. There are a […]

Chelmsford IDAPharmacy Manager, Sylvain Gratton checks the blood pressure of  Alexandra Seilis

By: Nick Liard When is the last time you had you blood pressure checked? Nine out of 10 Canadians are expected to develop high blood pressure in their life and World Hypertension Day is used to raise awareness about knowing your number. Pharmacy Manager at the Chelmsford IDA, Sylvain Gratton says getting blood pressure checked […]

Executive Director of Downtown Sudbury Maureen Luoma

By: Nick Liard Blues For Food has become tradition for downtown Sudbury, showing off some of the city’s best blues musicians and raising awareness for the Sudbury Food Bank. The free event goes June 10th on Durham Street, people are asked to bring non-perishable or cash donation for the food bank. Food Bank Executive Director […]