At Bell Park on Thursday, the Greater Sudbury Police held a closing ceremony for its 2023 Truth and Reconciliation Relay.
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Sudbury-based non-profit Réseau Access Network says funding is set to expire for the city’s supervised consumption site.
Vulnerable populations in the area covered by Public Health Sudbury & Districts will be eligible for an updated COVID-19 vaccine in October.
A 48-year-old Garson man has been charged with drug impaired driving after crashing his vehicle on Highway 17 in Lively on Thursday morning, police say.
Homelessness is rising in Sudbury and at city council Tuesday night, steps were taken to end homelessness in the next 10 years.
While refusing to name names, Canadore College president George Burton doubled down Thursday on his insistence that an international student protest earlier this month was nothing more than a "publicity stunt."
Two men age 24 and a third age 25 have been charged with assault and other offences following an incident Sept. 23 in North Bay.
A 33-year-old man has been arrested following a frightening incident at a North Bay high school.
There was no hustle and bustle outside of Nipissing-Timiskaming MP Anthony Rota’s North Bay constituency office on Wednesday.
Ahead of National Truth & Reconciliation Day, Shingwauk Kinoomaage Gamig (SKG) in Sault Ste. Marie is hosting a series of workshops on Indigenous tourism.
While many are sad to see summer go, the changing of the seasons highlights the hidden gem that is the Algoma District and its vibrant autumn colours.
Rupert Acres Ltd., a Sault-based mobile home park company, has been fined $100,000 for an Environmental Protection Act violation.
The Sault College Students' Union is donating $20,000 to Harvest Algoma in an effort to bolster local food security.
In honour of Truth and Reconciliation, bronze statues depicting a shawl and grass dancers have been installed at each of Northern College's four campuses in northern Ontario
A nationally-recognized and long-time Timmins volunteer and trapper passed away this week at the age of 87.
As Timmins police continue to investigate a crash that sent a pedestrian to hospital with serious injuries last week, they are looking to speak to the driver of a blue Kia Sorrento who may have witnessed the collision.
The City of Timmins has been funding an overnight security patrol in an effort to address crime and safety concerns in the area.