Stories by Darren MacDonald
- Poor air quality forces cancellation of surgeries at Temiskaming Hospital
- Drinking water advisory issued for parts of Greater Sudbury
- Pedestrian seriously hurt following collision with vehicle in Sudbury
- More details released on Laurentian U’s plan to sell land worth $53.5M to the province
- Collision closes Hwy. 17 in Iron Bridge
- Sault building owner fined $95K for fire code violations
- Settlements end $100M class action lawsuit by alleged Manitoulin Island abuse survivors
- Elliot Lake suspect charged with starting bonfire – at someone else’s home
- ‘Incompetent’ northern Ont. doctor loses his license to practise medicine
- Sudbury police want to thank Good Samaritan who helped officer with violent suspect
- Timmins woman wins $150K on a scratch ticket
- North Bay OPP charge dozens in crackdown on red-light violations
- Phone scammers target seniors in North Bay, demand ‘bail’ money for loved ones
- Sudbury teacher found guilty of sexual misconduct, has licence revoked
- Currently 20 active forest fires in northeastern Ont.
- Northeastern Ontario under air quality advisories due to forest fires
- Northern food producers ready to return to the big stage
- Flood fears prompt Iroquois Falls to declare state of emergency
- Sudbury crews battle fire at family home in Azilda
- Lawsuit reveals behind-the-scenes conflict between leaders of Sudbury non-profit groups
Darren MacDonald joins CTV News Northern Ontario as a digital content producer, continuing his journalism career in Greater Sudbury that spans more than two decades.
MacDonald began as a city hall reporter, covering the amalgamation of communities that created the City of Greater Sudbury. Later, he was an editor for The Sudbury Star, first in business and entertainment, and was appointed News Editor in 2010.
He returned to writing in 2012, heading back to city hall, covering politics until he joined CTV News Northern Ontario April 2020.
He has a degree in English, with a minor in political science, from Dalhousie University, and a graduate degree in journalism from the University of King’s College in Halifax.