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Bankrupt builder halts work on transitional housing project in Sudbury


The contractor behind a transitional housing complex in the city of Sudbury has declared bankruptcy.

Officials broke ground on the 40-unit facility in June, which promised to support people with wrap-around services for addictions and mental health.

But the builder, Nomodic Modular Structures, declared insolvency Oct. 6.

Neighbours along Lasalle Boulevard last year opposed construction, saying it was a poor location and chastised both the area councillor and the mayor in an open town hall.

But the city said the facility was needed to deal with the ongoing addictions crisis in Greater Sudbury.

A city spokesperson told CTV News the Lorraine Street project continues to be a priority for the city and staff are working closely with the surety and the trustee to move the project forward as originally scheduled. Top Stories

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