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Congratulations to our winners of the Take Your Family to the Sudbury Five Basketball Game Contest:

Victoria Bowie

Derek Durkac

Amber Langis

Who each one a family four-pack of tickets to the game

Saturday, May 6 at 7 p.m.


Shauna Murphy

Pamela Ladouceur

Natashia Miller

Each one a family four-pack of tickets to the game

Sunday, April 23 at 2 p.m.


Nominations for the Weather Star position are now closed.

Thank you to all the nominees!



Week 1 - Caden

Week 2 - Emersyn

Week 3 - Adrienne

Week 4 - Elliette

Bonus - Alice


Katie's Dinosaur Discovery

This contest is also closed.

The two winners of the Dino Duo family passes to Science North

and Dynamic Earth are:

First Winner - Nick Skakoon

Second Winner - Ethan Dunk


Winners announced in Sudbury Five ticket giveaway. April 21/23 (CTV Northern Ontario)
Weather specialist Katie Behun has some help reporting the weather from 9-year-old Northern Weather Star Caden on Thursday.
Weather specialist Katie Behun gets some help reporting the weather from 8-year-old Northern Weather Star Emersyn on Thursday.
Adrienne Young, 12, is this week's Weather Star
This is 9-year-old Elliette of Sudbury, this week's Weather Star.
Meet our fifth and final Weather Star Alice (CTV Northern Ontario)
Something gigantic has arrived at Science North. It's moving day at the Sudbury facility and they're in the process of getting ready for 'Dinosaur Discoveries,' which opens Feb. 18. (Photo from video)


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