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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury leaks more jobsEconomist finds a few bright spots, however Greater Sudbury's unemployment rat
Sudbury leaks more jobs
The Sudbury Star / Posted 46 minutes ago
Economist finds a few bright spots, however Greater Sudbury's unemployment rate inched higher last month, according to Statistics Canada, from 8.4 per cent in December to 8.6 per cent in January. StatsCan estimated 78,700 people were working full-... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Ten-unit rooming house proposed for AzildaResidents of Azilda could be getting a few new neighbours. A proposal going be
Ten-unit rooming house proposed for Azilda
The Sudbury Star / Posted 46 minutes ago
Residents of Azilda could be getting a few new neighbours. A proposal going before the planning committee on Monday from the Aldege Leslie Corporation will request rezoning to convert a current group home at 172 St. Agnes St. into a 10-room rooming... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury Accent: All Nations for all peopleMore than one church leader from other denominations has asked Jeremy Mahood ho
Sudbury Accent: All Nations for all people
The Sudbury Star / Posted 46 minutes ago
More than one church leader from other denominations has asked Jeremy Mahood how his congregation is doing it -- building a multi-million-dollar church and attracting new members at a time when attendance is down at most religious... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Plenty of twists and turns to come, says Parker AFC Sudbury v Aveley. Sudbury's Craig Parker fires a shot in. There are plen
Plenty of twists and turns to come, says Parker
Ipswich Star / Posted an hour ago
AFC Sudbury v Aveley. Sudbury's Craig Parker fires a shot in. There are plenty of twists and turns left in the Ryman North title race, according to Sudbury forward Craig Parker. The Yellows head to... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Wolves slip past Firebirds in OTMikkel Aagaard might have pulled off the biggest save on a night where Zack Bow
Wolves slip past Firebirds in OT
The Sudbury Star / Posted 2 hours ago
Mikkel Aagaard might have pulled off the biggest save on a night where Zack Bowman was almost the hero and the goat at the same time. Bowman, making his first start in goal since Jan. 20 for the Sudbury Wolves, was fantastic against his former team... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Federal survivors scholarship fund neededThe vast majority of men and women in blue are in their jobs for all the right
Federal survivors scholarship fund needed
Calgary Sun / Posted 3 hours ago
The vast majority of men and women in blue are in their jobs for all the right reasons. They want to serve and protect. Most Canadians recognize this, despite the occasional police officer getting into trouble with the law. But they have occupations... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Wrestlers take over LU gym this weekendZoe Mullin-Belanger is shooting for wrestling gold again, and this year she has
Wrestlers take over LU gym this weekend
The Sudbury Star / Posted 6 hours ago
Zoe Mullin-Belanger is shooting for wrestling gold again, and this year she has the chance to do it in front of a hometown crowd. The defending cadet gold medalist and member of Sudbury's Voyageur Wrestling Club, moved up to the juvenile ranks this... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
ARKILANDER: Championships take over curling skedCompetitions are heating up In the world of Northern Ontario curling. The Seni
ARKILANDER: Championships take over curling sked
The Sudbury Star / Posted 8 hours ago
Competitions are heating up In the world of Northern Ontario curling. The Senior Men’s and Women’s are being held at Iroquois Falls on Feb. 17- 21. Nine years ago, a ragtag team from the Sudbury CC, skipped by Bud O’Donnell with Doug Rollins, Bruce... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
VANCE: Take advantage of Family Fishing WeekendMost lakes already have adequate ice for walk-on travel, and some will have eno
VANCE: Take advantage of Family Fishing Weekend
The Sudbury Star / Posted 8 hours ago
Most lakes already have adequate ice for walk-on travel, and some will have enough ice for limited ice travel with sleds and ATVs. With the recent rain and warm snap, then back to cold temperatures the last few nights, many lakes should freeze up... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury man faces child porn, drug chargesA local man faces several child pornography related charges following his arres
Sudbury man faces child porn, drug charges
The Sudbury Star / Posted 10 hours ago
A local man faces several child pornography related charges following his arrest on Wednesday. Barry Deblauw, 56, is charged with two counts of child pornography and two counts of accessing child pornography, Greater Sudbury Police announced on... Read more
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The Sault Star
Preliminary budget numbers goes to councilA preliminary budget report to be presented to city council Monday sets the sta
Preliminary budget numbers goes to council
The Sault Star / Posted 10 hours ago
A preliminary budget report to be presented to city council Monday sets the stage for a 5.23% tax levy increase. The figure incorporates a number of factors including the provision of providing the same level of service in 2016, incorporating... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Ramsey Lake Skating Path in Sudbury opensThe Ramsey Lake Skating Path will open Friday from 4 to 8 p.m, the City of Grea
Ramsey Lake Skating Path in Sudbury opens
The Sudbury Star / Posted 11 hours ago
The Ramsey Lake Skating Path will open Friday from 4 to 8 p.m, the City of Greater Sudbury said in a release. The path will be open on Saturday from noon to 8 p.m. and on Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. Regular Monday to Friday hours will be from 4 p.m.... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Letter: Transportation co-ordinator a good ideaLast week weekend, while playing with my sons and their friend, I was approache
Letter: Transportation co-ordinator a good idea
The Sudbury Star / Posted 11 hours ago
Last week weekend, while playing with my sons and their friend, I was approached by a police officer who insisted we play elsewhere. She explained that the top of the hill we were sliding down was level with a busy road where there was a risk that... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury driver was three times over limitFor driving into a ditch and then producing Intoxilyzer readings three times ov
Sudbury driver was three times over limit
The Sudbury Star / Posted 11 hours ago
For driving into a ditch and then producing Intoxilyzer readings three times over the legal limit, a Greater Sudbury man has been fined $2,000. "I made a mistake and there is no excuse for it," Jean-Paul Desjardins, 39, told Ontario Court Justice... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Widening MR 35 does not make senseAgain I sit down in front of my keyboard, shaking my head in disbelief. Does 2
Widening MR 35 does not make sense
The Sudbury Star / Posted 11 hours ago
Again I sit down in front of my keyboard, shaking my head in disbelief. Does 2,000 signatures on a piece of paper, demanding the widening to four lanes of a section of Municipal Road 35, make it happen? I hope not. This request is absurd. The... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Kelch to chair 2016 United Way campaignThe record-breaking 2015 fundraising drive is now officially in the books, and
Kelch to chair 2016 United Way campaign
Sarnia Observer / Posted 13 hours ago
The record-breaking 2015 fundraising drive is now officially in the books, and 2015 campaign chair Richard Kelch has agreed to chair the campaign for a third year. “I am very pleased to have been asked again to chair the United Way of Sarnia-Lambton... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
District Services Board releases 2016 apportionments to member municipalities – Manitoulin ExpositorESPANOLA—The Manitoulin-Sudbury District Services Board (DSB) has released its
District Services Board releases 2016 apportionments to member municipalities – Manitoulin Expositor
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted 13 hours ago
ESPANOLA—The Manitoulin-Sudbury District Services Board (DSB) has released its 2016 municipal apportionments to its member municipalities. Fern Dominelli, CAO of DSB, told the Recorder after a board meeting last week, “the overall increase in our... Read more
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The Sault Star
An ounce of prevention ...Dr. Alex Hukowich “distinctly” recalls the Friday afternoon during his days as
An ounce of prevention ...
The Sault Star / Posted 13 hours ago
Dr. Alex Hukowich “distinctly” recalls the Friday afternoon during his days as a general practitioner in Timmins that a patient presented himself, complaining of a cough and not feeling well. One X-ray later, it was determined the man, a heavy... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
Help stop the spread of norovirus in the Sudbury area – Manitoulin ExpositorThe Sudbury & District Health Unit continues to see increased gastrointestinal
Help stop the spread of norovirus in the Sudbury area – Manitoulin Expositor
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted 14 hours ago
The Sudbury & District Health Unit continues to see increased gastrointestinal illness in the community and in long-term care homes and daycares. The illnesses are likely caused by norovirus. Norovirus is present in the stool and vomit of... Read more
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Wallaceburg Courier Press
Pataki wins OHL awardSudbury Wolves right-winger Brady Pataki of Wallaceburg was named the OHL Centr
Pataki wins OHL award
Wallaceburg Courier Press / Posted 18 hours ago
Sudbury Wolves right-winger Brady Pataki of Wallaceburg was named the OHL Central Division academic player of the month for January on Thursday. Pataki, 17, is excelling in university-level Grade 12 math and chemistry courses. He's on pace to... Read more
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Ipswich Star
FA Vase veteran Shane Wardley eyes better luck with Ipswich Wanderers Shane Wardley is helped from the pitch after being substituted eleven minutes
FA Vase veteran Shane Wardley eyes better luck with Ipswich Wanderers
Ipswich Star / Posted 19 hours ago
Shane Wardley is helped from the pitch after being substituted eleven minutes into the Ipswich Wanderers V Canvey Island (FA Cup) match at Humber Doucy Lane, Ipswich, Suffolk, UK... Read more
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Bury Free Press
Howell can expect an Ace time at Stowmarket, says bossStowmarket Town boss Rick Andrews believes new signing Ace Howell can help his
Howell can expect an Ace time at Stowmarket, says boss
Bury Free Press / Posted 19 hours ago
Stowmarket Town boss Rick Andrews believes new signing Ace Howell can help his side to an improved second-half of the season. On Monday, Andrews completed his very own ‘deadline day’ signing, with the former Bury Town and Needham Market winger... Read more
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Bury Free Press
Raffle/footie funds for BFP Defeat Dementia campaignA Lakenheath shop has helped raise vital funds for the BFP Defeat Dementia camp
Raffle/footie funds for BFP Defeat Dementia campaign
Bury Free Press / Posted 22 hours ago
A Lakenheath shop has helped raise vital funds for the BFP Defeat Dementia campaign in memory of a former resident who passed away on Christmas Eve. Brian Archer lost his seven-year long battle with Alzheimer’s on December 24, 2015. The... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
hockey, basketball, lacrossePataki wins OHL academic award Sudbury Wolves right-winger Brady Pataki of Wal
hockey, basketball, lacrosse
Chatham Daily News / Posted 23 hours ago
Pataki wins OHL academic award Sudbury Wolves right-winger Brady Pataki of Wallaceburg was named the OHL Central Division academic player of the month for January on Thursday. Pataki, 17, is excelling in university-level Grade 12 math and chemistry... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury pedestrian collisions drop in JanuaryPolice in midst of safety campaign About half the pedestrians observed by Grea
Sudbury pedestrian collisions drop in January
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
Police in midst of safety campaign About half the pedestrians observed by Greater Sudbury Police during a safety campaign last month were rewarded for responsible behaviour at intersections. Greater Sudbury officers made about 200 pedestrian... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury driver given choiceJulie Savard spent Wednesday night at the Sudbury Jail. When asked by Ontario
Sudbury driver given choice
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
Julie Savard spent Wednesday night at the Sudbury Jail. When asked by Ontario Court Justice Andrew Buttazzoni on Thursday morning what her jail experience was like, Savard did not hesitate to tell him. "I know this is serious," Savard told the... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Proud Aboriginal role models in SudburyAs an Aboriginal student, Sheila Cote-Meek felt the impact of Canada's colonial
Proud Aboriginal role models in Sudbury
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
As an Aboriginal student, Sheila Cote-Meek felt the impact of Canada's colonial history on the education system. "There are some challenges you have to overcome with racism that exists in the elementary school system and secondary school system,"... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Urination led to Sudbury man's stabbing deathA then 17-year-old girl apparently stabbed a man who later died because he had
Urination led to Sudbury man's stabbing death
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
A then 17-year-old girl apparently stabbed a man who later died because he had urinated in her Donovan apartment, a Sudbury court was told yesterday. That fact and others were revealed when the girl, now 19, pleaded guilty to manslaughter Thursday... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Science North exhibit in Sudbury aims to inspireImaginate is a 6,000-square-foot, multi-activity, hands-on exhibition that open
Science North exhibit in Sudbury aims to inspire
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
Imaginate is a 6,000-square-foot, multi-activity, hands-on exhibition that opens Saturday Erika MacNeill found out Thursday that soaring like a bird isn't so easy. MacNeill, 10, was one of several students in grades 4 and 5 at Ecole Felix Ricard... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sides line up over Sudbury's animal contractSudbury's current dogcatcher says a plan to revamp animal control is barking up
Sides line up over Sudbury's animal contract
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
Sudbury's current dogcatcher says a plan to revamp animal control is barking up the wrong tree. A consultants' report presented to council last week recommends the city take over the enforcement of animal bylaws, while contracting out pound services... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Exclusion an 'embarrassment' — councillorCouncillor upset a critic of the Maley Drive extension barred from speaking to
Exclusion an 'embarrassment' — councillor
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
Councillor upset a critic of the Maley Drive extension barred from speaking to committee After Tom Price, a critic of Maley Drive, was barred from addressing the operations committee on Jan. 18, Ward 2 Coun. Michael Vagnini is expressing his... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Tough third period sinks WolvesA good first two periods of play went for naught for the Sudbury Wolves on Thur
Tough third period sinks Wolves
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
A good first two periods of play went for naught for the Sudbury Wolves on Thursday night. Wolves head coach Dave Matsos got the game he wanted from his team with a simple approach for the first two periods, but they couldn’t sustain it for 20... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury's MacLean has funding campaign for worldsAlannah MacLean didn't want to have to decide between competing at the world ch
Sudbury's MacLean has funding campaign for worlds
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
Alannah MacLean didn't want to have to decide between competing at the world championships or the Ski Tour Canada. So she is doing something about it, and is hopeful others will step in to help the talented local Nordic skier reach her goal. The... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
The long walk aheadCharlene Andrews is walking a fine line between cherishing the moments she has
The long walk ahead
Barrie Examiner / Posted yesterday
Charlene Andrews is walking a fine line between cherishing the moments she has left with her father, and wishing there was a cure for the cancer that's slowly killing him. Andrews' father, John Ratelle, 73, was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
Kiwanis Music Festival ready to go!The tradition continues. On Tuesday, Feb. 16, the 68th annual Pembroke Kiwanis
Kiwanis Music Festival ready to go!
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted yesterday
The tradition continues. On Tuesday, Feb. 16, the 68th annual Pembroke Kiwanis Music Festival gets underway, both a celebration of musical talent and an intense competition centred on Festival Hall. Over the next three weeks, the stage will serve as... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Maley Drive deserves scrutinyWhat a deal. Must have it. No matter it might sit unused. The price is right. S
Maley Drive deserves scrutiny
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
What a deal. Must have it. No matter it might sit unused. The price is right. Such is human nature. Segue to the Maley Drive issue. Just because government money is available doesn't mean we should rush out to get it. The Jan. 23 Sudbury Star's... Read more
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The Sault Star
Smale finds home in Big AppleAdam Smale's ending up in the Big Apple was more by accident than design. The
Smale finds home in Big Apple
The Sault Star / Posted yesterday
Adam Smale's ending up in the Big Apple was more by accident than design. The Bar River, Ont., native made a possible job connection that would take him to New York City when he was working on his master's degree at Western Michigan... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury arts and entertainment, in briefBekkers in concert Dutch classical guitarist Robert Bekkers will perform Monda
Sudbury arts and entertainment, in brief
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
Bekkers in concert Dutch classical guitarist Robert Bekkers will perform Monday at Cambrian College. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. and is presented by the Sudbury Guitar Society and the School of Music at Cambrian College. Proceeds will support... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Icy roads to blame for multiple collisionsThe Greater Sudbury Police are advising the public that the on and off ramp at
Icy roads to blame for multiple collisions
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
The Greater Sudbury Police are advising the public that the on and off ramp at the Lasalle Extension to MR 35 is temporarily closed to all vehicles due to icy road conditions and multiple motor vehicle collisions. This area is expected to be closed... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Two people taken to hospital after fire at Caffé Nero in Sudbury this morning Fire crews at Cafe Nero Feb 2016 - Sudbury A fire that broke out in Sudbury’
Two people taken to hospital after fire at Caffé Nero in Sudbury this morning
Ipswich Star / Posted yesterday
Fire crews at Cafe Nero Feb 2016 - Sudbury A fire that broke out in Sudbury’s main shopping street this morning demonstrates the need to retain threatened fire services,... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury Theatre Centre presents sexy but awkwardSudbury Theatre Centre's latest production is unpredictable, funny, sexy and a
Sudbury Theatre Centre presents sexy but awkward
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
Sudbury Theatre Centre's latest production is unpredictable, funny, sexy and a little awkward at times. This is important to know since you may very well be part of the show. Blind Date stars Christy Bruce as Mimi who has just been stood up by her... Read more
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Deseret News
The one-room schoolhouse model is back, but this time with a tech focusThe newest upstart in the changing American education landscape is a small one.
The one-room schoolhouse model is back, but this time with a tech focus
Deseret News / Posted yesterday
The newest upstart in the changing American education landscape is a small one. In fact, it's called the micro-school, usually tech-centric small schools of fewer than 150 students with students of all ages sharing a classroom. Some see it as a... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Fire at Caffé Nero in Sudbury this morning highlights concerns over fire cuts Fire crews at Cafe Nero Feb 2016 - Sudbury A fire that broke out in Sudbury’
Fire at Caffé Nero in Sudbury this morning highlights concerns over fire cuts
Ipswich Star / Posted yesterday
Fire crews at Cafe Nero Feb 2016 - Sudbury A fire that broke out in Sudbury’s main shopping street this morning demonstrates the need to retain threatened fire services,... Read more
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Ipswich Star
2,500 fight proposed Sudbury fire cuts Firefighters and emergency services at the scene of the Sudbury town centre b
2,500 fight proposed Sudbury fire cuts
Ipswich Star / Posted yesterday
Firefighters and emergency services at the scene of the Sudbury town centre blaze last September Almost 2,500 people in Sudbury have sent a resounding message to the county council to leave their local fire... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
Community Abattoir members approve restructuring plan – Manitoulin ExpositorSPRING BAY—While the number of animals the Manitoulin Island Community Abattoir
Community Abattoir members approve restructuring plan – Manitoulin Expositor
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted yesterday
SPRING BAY—While the number of animals the Manitoulin Island Community Abattoir (MICA) processed in 2015 was significantly higher than in 2014, the abattoir has been operating at a loss financially in the past two years. Hence, members of MICA were... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Welcome to Suffolk artwork unveiled by Ipswich artist The new local artwork at Ryans Insurance in Ipswich. Artist, Richard Wendt (c
Welcome to Suffolk artwork unveiled by Ipswich artist
Ipswich Star / Posted yesterday
The new local artwork at Ryans Insurance in Ipswich. Artist, Richard Wendt (centre right) and Tim Larke (Director) are pictured with staff. An Ipswich-based graphic designer has captured... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
Huge haul of drugs and weapons in Sudbury – Manitoulin ExpositorSUDBURY–The Greater Sudbury Police Service continues the enforcement efforts su
Huge haul of drugs and weapons in Sudbury – Manitoulin Expositor
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted yesterday
SUDBURY–The Greater Sudbury Police Service continues the enforcement efforts surrounding the illicit distribution of Fentanyl within Greater Sudbury. On January 28th 2016, members of the Greater Sudbury Police Service Intelligence Unit executed a... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
Crowds throng at Mindemoya business showcase – Manitoulin ExpositorDawn Graham with the Sudbury and Manitoulin Workforce Planning Group, left in p
Crowds throng at Mindemoya business showcase – Manitoulin Expositor
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted yesterday
Dawn Graham with the Sudbury and Manitoulin Workforce Planning Group, left in photo, and Brian Bell, Manitoulin representative with the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture Food and Rural Affairs network at the Manitoulin business resource showcase, held... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Funny Money opens in Sudbury on FridayCast members of Theatre Cambrian's dinner theatre Funny Money rehearse a scene
Funny Money opens in Sudbury on Friday
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
Cast members of Theatre Cambrian's dinner theatre Funny Money rehearse a scene in Sudbury on Wednesday. From left are Angel Mannisto, Steve Maguire, Raymond Landry, Jamie Solomon, Scotty Cummings, Kandis Mantysaari, Marc Lariviere and Marc... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
From pucks to guitars for ex-Sudbury Wolves playerJon Stos counts Blue Rodeo, Fred Eaglesmith, Bon Jovi and his friend and collab
From pucks to guitars for ex-Sudbury Wolves player
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
Jon Stos counts Blue Rodeo, Fred Eaglesmith, Bon Jovi and his friend and collaborator, Brock Zeman, as musical influences, some of which are apparent on Stos' debut LP, If Memories Were Trophies. Harder to hear, but no less significant, is the life... Read more
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