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CTV News has learned an internationally-known hair stylist from Sudbury is facing a charge of sexual assault.
Students from Marymount Academy will be hand delivering over 200 bowls of homemade soup beginning at Zaher's Small Batch, to Durham Street and eventually ending at the soup kitchen.
The team at Pure Country 91.7 is hosting a Diaper Drive for the Pregnancy Care Centre and Infant Food Bank in Sudbury.
NEOnet celebrates 20 years of operations as officials look forward to providing communities with better access to the internet.
A popular animal rescue and animal refugee facility in Sudbury has to shut its doors due to a lack of revenue.
The province is introducing a new health care model called Ontario Health Teams that brings together all aspects of health care providers to work as one team.
The Ugly Barn Farm offers 18 different species of mushrooms and depending on the type, it can take anywhere from six weeks to six months to be fully grown.
Joanne Deveau told the team at Community Living Greater Sudbury that she wanted to do something to help people who are sick.
The Searchmont Ski Hill located 40 minutes north of Sault Ste. Marie saw 500 people take the hills this weekend, marking its earliest opening in 15 years.
A project offered through the Timmins Youth Wellness Hub has involved community partners to guide students on generating business ideas, accessing loans and marketing.
A new study has found a disconnection between employee and employer in their expectations during the holidays.
Staff members and students from Timmins High and Vocational School hosted a car wash on Saturday morning to help a student who has been battling cancer.
A new $25,000 invasive species exhibit was unveiled in the Bushplane Museum in Sault Ste. Marie.
READ: CTV News has learned that a North Bay school board is one of nine across the province to be impacted by another one-day strike by teachers and education workers.
At a time when students' finances can get tight, Northern College kicks off its 12 Days of Christmas bursaries.
CTV's Ian Campbell has the latest from the Greater Sudbury finance committee as budget talks are taking longer than usual.
Despite a new study showing a drop in the number of organs being donated in Canada, Health Sciences North is showing impressive organ donor rates well above the provincial average.
The organizations that participated in the event want women to know there is help out there and to the government, they say it's time for a change.
A Soo woman is honoured for helping the community live healthier lifestyles regardless of age or income.
A permanent gallery devoted to local history is returning to Timmins.
READ: Travellers with flights in and out of Toronto's Pearson Airport on Friday afternoon face delays and cancellations.
Minor hockey organizers in North Bay are wondering why concession stands weren't open for a huge tournament.
READ and WATCH: As Timmins police stress 'lock it or lose it', some residents say it's not enough after several break-ins. Sergio Arangio reports.
READ and WATCH: The finishing touches are being added in preparation for the 71st annual CTV Lions Children's Christmas Telethon this Saturday.
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