Highway 144 is fully reopened Sunday morning after a two-vehicle crash Saturday evening in the Greater Sudbury community of Chelmsford, police say.
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Congratulations to our winners of the Take Your Family to the Sudbury Five Basketball Game Contest:
Who each one a family four-pack of tickets to the game
Saturday, May 6 at 7 p.m.
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
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
Young and old gathered in a circle around a sacred fire on Saturday in Espanola in support of reconciliation.
A Lively man has won more than half a million dollars, the jackpot in September’s 50/50 draw in support of Health Sciences North.
Friday saw the grand opening of a unique affordable zero carbon seniors’ housing project in the Greater Sudbury community of Coniston.
Land-based learning was the focus this week for some students in the Wiikwemkoong Board of Education.
Montreal Youth Students Organization responds to the Canadore College’s claim that recent protests about student housing issues were a “publicity stunt.”
North Bay, Ont. is currently home to a man who was honoured with a standing ovation in the House of Commons during a visit from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, but whose presence in Parliament later caused global outrage and embarrassment when details emerged about his past as a Nazi soldier during the second World War.
As part of the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, a ceremony was held in the Nipissing First Nation community of Garden Village on Saturday.
The team from Providing Adults With Developmental Disabilities Lifelong Experiences -- PADDLE for short -- sent participants onto Trout Lake in a canoe without a paddle Friday afternoon.
One person has been charged following a vicious attack in North Bay earlier this week.
From the grounds of the former Shingwauk Residential School to the Art Gallery of Algoma, events marking National Day for Truth & Reconciliation took place across Sault Ste. Marie.
The Sault Ste. Marie Police Service has tabled a request to significantly increase its budget as it looks to target crimes in the city's downtown area.
As enrolment continues to climb, and Sault Ste. Marie's rental market continues to tighten, the Board of Governors at Sault College has given the go-ahead to begin planning a new student residence.
The Phoenix Rising Women's Centre in Sault Ste. Marie was the starting point for this year's Take Back The Night march.
A worker who was found unconscious Friday at the Cote Gold Mine site in Gogama has died, officials said Friday.
Cochrane, Ont. Mayor Peter Politis has released some details of the agreement the municipality reached with CUPE Local 71, in a statement Sunday.
The Timmins Native Friendship Centre held its 9th Orange Shirt Day march through the city's downtown core Satuday.
The Town of Cochrane is looking to grow its community and build the services required to welcome new families.
Ontario Northland pulled into Timmins on Friday to get feedback from future passengers.