Eco-Friendly Public Urinals Spark Outrage in Paris Bright-red urinals have been installed across Paris in an attempt to get people to stop peeing in the streets. Reuters reports that the “Uritrottoir”–a combination of the French words for urinal and pavement–was created to be an “eco solution to public peeing.” It’s essentially a box with an opening in […]

The all important ‘September Issue’ of  Vogue magazine (it even has it’s own documentary) features Beyonce on the cover. In an unprecedented move Editor Anna Wintour gave up all creative control to Beyonce. She not only picked her own clothes and her own photographer she wrote the story about herself rather than answer questions. Vogue […]

Over two thousand fans went out to the Sudbury Arena this weekend to catch the annual NHL vs Docs for NEO Kids Hockey Game. The event brought 215 thousand dollars and counting thanks to an anonymous donor who matched all donations. The event has raised 440 thousand dollars for the NEO Kids Foundation to date. […]

Being pregnant during the Dog Days of Summer is never easy.  It’s hard to get around and do anything, during that third trimester, so HERE are some super ideas for pregnant Mom’s to be this month and into September.      

Keira and I spent our day today over at the NHL vs DOCS Hockey Game in support of the NEO Kids Foundation!  Before the game, we had such an awesome time climbing on the inflatable obstacle course, and making snow cones for all the kiddos there!  After play9ing outside in the sun, we headed inside […]

They spend most of their working day sporting a ballcap.  But when the game is over, our Blue Jays hit the street looking sharp thanks to a 26 year-old who learned to cut hair in his mom’s basement!  Maclean’s magazine caught up with Jays barber Joshua Diamante, haircutter to Toronto’s sports stars — and he’s […]

What a summer!  Sunny, sticky, hot…beautiful.  But for your skin?  Not so much!  Chatelaine magazine has some great tips (and some that may surprise you!) about the sun, your skin, and staying healthy and safe as we hit the hottest days of this spectacular summer. photo credit:  Pixabay

Today was Miracle Treat Day at Dairy Queen!  I had such a blast cruisin around town in the Summer Cruiser, and going to all of the Sudbury Dairy Queen locations!  My first stop this afternoon was Regent Street, where they had transformed into a Disney Getaway!  Outside they had jumbo jenga, bubbles, and enough tattoos […]

After three weeks battling Parry Sound 33, the Ministry of Natural Resources have upgraded the forest fire from not under control to “being held”. Parry Sound 33 is the largest forest fire in central Ontario at over 11,000 hectares in size. They will now work on the spread of the fire to get it under […]

Logan Stutz has been named the general manager and head coach of the Sudbury Five. The National Basketball League of Canada franchise’s first head coach towers at six-foot-nine, is originally from Missouri and has played professional all over the world for the past eight seasons including in the NBLC where he was named the 2016 MVP. […]

Katy Perry played a huge show in Melbourne, and a special guest stopped by to visit Katy! Céline Dion came to the show to visit with Katy! Celine wrote on her Instagram: “A California Girl » and a girl from Quebec meet in Australia! You’re the best Katy, thanks for the amazing show! Love you… […]

Pomplamoose Music are a YouTube sensation! They’re known for their amazing song mash-ups! This is their best. It’s a mash-up featuring Michael Jackson, Justin Timberlake and The Weeknd. The Mash-Up is titled “Can’t Stop Feeling Billie Jean’s Face”. It’s unreal! Check it out!

Christina Aguilera may look like a street performer but once she started to sing, a crowd quickly gathered and she blew everyone away!  

Get ready for season 8 of American Horror Story! This one is called ‘Apocalypse’ and will be a crossover season tying together characters from ‘Murder House’ and ‘Coven’ AND GUESS WHAT?! Jessica Lange is coming back for the new season. In the short teaser trailer we see a super creepy embryo – – which might […]

  National Geographic Kids: Weird But True Canada: 300 Outrageous Facts About the True North includes tons of fun facts about the outrageous oddities and charisma of the Land of Plenty! Calling all Canadians and Canada-philes: Get ready to be amazed and delighted by wacky facts, stats, tidbits, and trivia, eh? Did you know that the Royal […]

For the second week in a row ‘Mission Impossible –  Fallout’ has been crowned first place at the box office, earning approx $35.3 Million. The newly released ‘Christopher Robin’ came in at #2 with approx $24.5 Million and it could have earned a whole lot more had it not been denied a release in China after the […]

NEW YORK — Demi Lovato has checked out of the hospital she was rushed to two weeks ago for a reported overdose. A person close to Lovato said she was released from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles over the weekend. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because the person wasn’t allowed to […]

Vincent Flourent is a Paris-based celebrity photographer who loves his dog Max and Madonna. He decided to act on his passion and make Max a Madonna star by recreating iconic Madonna photos.  “Between visual research, sourcing materials, training Max, making costumes, building the sets, and of course studying the light and taking the pictures, this […]

It’s all about getting a charred, smoky crust with a reverse sear.

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Chelsea and I got to spend this beautiful Saturday afternoon in Downtown Capreol celebrating its 100th anniversary with Capreol Days! The biggest miracle of today was that Chelsea finally went a Saturday without burning. The second, was that we found a local grilled cheese vendor Grill’d Cheese 2PLS! We had a blast soaking some local […]

TORONTO — When Drake released his hyped album “Scorpion” a month ago nobody was talking about jumping from moving vehicles to celebrate its songs. But over the past several weeks the Toronto rapper’s track “In My Feelings” has exploded in popularity and inspired an unusual viral dance sensation that’s crossed generations and led to a number of serious injuries. […]

For some it’s a long weekend and with a holiday comes closures. Civic Holiday is one of the holidays that retain stores in Greater Sudbury have the option to stay open on. The New Sudbury Centre will be open on a Sunday schedule and LCBO’s and Beer Stores will also stay open. Tom Davies Square […]

The only thing better than an outdoor barbeque, is an outdoor barbeque with a cause! I started my day off strong with a delicious lunch from the BDSFB Food Cart hosted by the Sudbury Food Bank. Until September 28th, you can grab a delicious lunch Monday to Friday from 10am until 3pm at 1105 Webbwood Drive all in support of […]

TORONTO — Drug Free Kids Canada is encouraging Canadians to return all leftover and expired medications to their pharmacies this month to prevent potentially harmful use by children and teens. The organization says National Drug Drop-off month is meant to highlight the issue of the problematic use of prescription drugs by young people. A 2017 Ontario study found almost 14 per cent of Grade 9 […]

The popularity of the NHL versus Docs game will be moving to the Sudbury arena on Sunday August 12th beginning with a BBQ at 11:30am in front of the rink. Proceeds from the game go to the NEO Kids foundation whose Mission is to raise funds to support the health of our children in the North. Children […]

Greater Sudbury Police are investigating a fatal boating incident on Lake Wanapitei. Patrol Operations, along with Fire and Paramedic Services responded to a marine vessel collision early Sunday morning. Paramedics provided life saving measures to the male involved in the collision, but he was pronounced dead at the scene. The name of the deceased has not […]

KiSS Mornings with Shannon and Gary spoke to Ontario SPCA Sudbury & District Animal Centre Manager Jenn Hughes this week about an important initiative taken on by the group to prevent animals from suffering serious injuries or death from hot summer temperatures.

A  24-year old woman is wanted by Greater Sudbury police on a number of outstanding warrants. It’s alleged that Starr Finlayson used forged documents at a bank last December and committed fraud. She’s got brown hair, blue eyes, is 5-5 and about 130 pounds also wanted for breaching court ordered conditions, failing to attend court […]

This is the most Canadian story ever about a Sudbury man who might just be the nicest guy on the planet! The men in the video wish to remain anonymous. Every day, when the one guy would look outside his window, he saw this Canadian flag and a deteriorating pole. He noticed someone had been […]

Lifeguards will remain on duty at municipal beaches from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and cooling centres will continue to be available at Greater Sudbury Public Libraries and community centres through Thursday, July 5, in response to an extended heat warning issued by Public Health Sudbury & Districts. Greater Sudbury Public Libraries are available as […]

OPP say the driver of a transport is in critical condition after a collision on Highway 17 at Long Lake Road yesterday. Officers say they were called around 4 pm and had the eastbound lanes of Highway 17 closed until close to 12 am. There were no other vehicles involved.  

A 3-year-old from Sudbury has gone viral thanks to some footage taken of him by his baby monitor. Eli Graveline’s mom, Julianne, put him down to sleep one night back in January 2017. Later that night, when she checked the monitor to make sure he was fast asleep, she saw her then-two-year-old playing hockey in his […]

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. 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 […]