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Sudbury MMA making most of virtual learning

Sudbury MMA has been training hundreds of students for the past several years in New Sudbury on mixed martial arts. But since the onset of the pandemic, they've made a push towards virtual and the students are embracing it.

MMA Sudbury student Davis Gibson-Taylor learning virtually. (Courtesy of Linda Heldman)

Laurentian University delaying return to on-campus learning

Laurentian University has announced it is delaying a return to in -person learning due to high numbers of COVID-19. In a letter to the community from its president Robert Haché, it said they are working with local health authorities to create a plan for a staged return that could begin as early as February 7.

North Bay

Recognizing burnout, the causes and remedies

In the book 'The Burnout Epidemic,' author Jennifer Moss examines the common issues that contribute to the declining mental health of workers and explains why techniques like self-care might not be enough to improve it.

Sault Ste. Marie

Soya still going strong after ten years

As the temperature outside plunged below 20 Celsius on Saturday, volunteers with 'Save Our Young Adults' - or SOYA - were busy preparing hot coffee and lunches for the Sault Ste. Marie's vulnerable population.

'Save Our Young Adults' - or SOYA - began as a support group for those battling addiction, but has since expanded its mandate. Jan.15/22 (Mike McDonald/CTV News Northern Ontario)

Recognizing burnout, the causes and remedies

In the book 'The Burnout Epidemic,' author Jennifer Moss examines the common issues that contribute to the declining mental health of workers and explains why techniques like self-care might not be enough to improve it.

Timmins

Recognizing burnout, the causes and remedies

In the book 'The Burnout Epidemic,' author Jennifer Moss examines the common issues that contribute to the declining mental health of workers and explains why techniques like self-care might not be enough to improve it.

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Beware of fake ads featuring celebrities

CTV News chief anchor Lisa LaFlamme is not happy that her name and likeness have been used to promote CBD products. The ads are fake, but so-called celebrity endorsements can fool consumers.

CTV chief anchor Lisa LaFlamme is not in the CBD business or endorsing CBD products.

Recognizing burnout, the causes and remedies

In the book 'The Burnout Epidemic,' author Jennifer Moss examines the common issues that contribute to the declining mental health of workers and explains why techniques like self-care might not be enough to improve it.

The not-so-ugly truth about face masks and attractiveness

A study conducted during the COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom suggests medical masks boost a person's facial attractiveness, highlighting a possible link between face coverings and perceptions of being responsible or caring during the global public health crisis.

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Texas rabbi: Captor grew 'belligerent' late in standoff

A rabbi who was among four people held hostage at a Texas synagogue said Sunday that their captor grew 'increasingly belligerent and threatening' toward the end of the 10-hour standoff, which ended with an FBI SWAT team rushing into the building and the captor's death.

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