The 2022 recipients of the arts and culture funding program were recognized at Place des Arts in Sudbury Tuesday. The program is organized by Greater Sudbury through funding from the Greater Sudbury Development Corporation.
‘Little Skidoo’ was recorded by the late Sudbury songwriter Bert Collins in 1977. A new play based on the song is about to hit the stage complete with music, Muppet-style puppets and a special Christmas message.
Out of the ashes of the controversial Kingsway Entertainment District, funding is already in place to build a new $40 million film studio on the same piece of land in Greater Sudbury.
Greater Sudbury Police have charged a 27-year-old woman with trafficking and weapons offences following an incident Monday on Bruce Avenue.
Sudbury police are looking for two men involved in a stabbing last week in the Flour Mill area.
The surge in food prices is expected to continue into the New Year, according to a new report. Canada’s Food Price Report indicates Canadians will be spending five to seven per cent more in groceries in 2023.
A new environmental initiative by the City of Greater Sudbury aims to educate people on how to use road salt more responsibly.
Commodities company Glencore said Monday that it has reached an agreement with the Democratic Republic of Congo to pay $180 million over bribery allegations spanning from 2007 to 2018.
A review of Greater Sudbury’s 24 fire and paramedic stations has concluded that many of them should be consolidated, a move it said wouldn’t affect service levels or lead to layoffs.
A bull moose was shot and abandoned near Gogama in northern Ontario last month and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry is asking the public to help identify those responsible.
The provincial government's latest piece of legislation, entitled 'More Homes, Built Faster,' could pose more headaches for the administrators in Greater Sudbury. Critics to the bill say it will leave municipalities short billions of dollars, the city's preliminary estimate anticipates it could cost taxpayers $7.5 million in the coming years.
After a two-year hiatus from the pandemic, Sudbury's own Chuck Labelle is back on the road and thrilling audiences. The francophone musician says he's happy to be back at it and performing for audiences.
Ontario Provincial Police have confirmed they are investigating a fatal collision on Highway 129 near Highway 667, about 40 kilometres south of Chapleau.
The 74th annual CTV Lions Children’s Christmas Telethon continued its northern tradition Saturday.
Nipissing First Nation is eagerly awaiting the launch of a new greenhouse project. The Mnogin Greenhouse, located on Jocko Point Road, will be open next year and will grow lettuce and other leafy greens.
Kristen Siermachesky can now let out a secret she has been keeping for the past three weeks. The 23-year-old rower from New Liskeard is one of only 30 athletes to be awarded funding and an accelerated path to the 2024 Paris Olympics.
Donald Trump's company was convicted of tax fraud on Tuesday in a case brought by the Manhattan District Attorney, a significant repudiation of financial practices at the former president's business.
Ontario Provincial Police got a whole lot more than they expected Dec. 3 when they pulled over a driver just leaving the Town of Webbwood.
Video shows a Connecticut mother throwing a raccoon that was attacking her 5-year-old daughter.
The Winnipeg Police Service believes the remains of two victims of an alleged serial killer are in a landfill north of the city, but say the recovery of their bodies is likely impossible.
Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock defeated Republican challenger Herschel Walker in a Georgia runoff election Tuesday, ensuring Democrats an outright majority in the Senate for the rest of President Joe Biden’s term and helping cap an underwhelming midterm cycle for the GOP in the last major vote of the year.
Having a poor turnout for a book signing is something every author dreads, but after debut author Chelsea Banning tweeted her disappointment after an event, the literary community came together to share countless stories of their own event disappointments to uplift one another.
'Bring them back!' activists yell at lawyers as they walk into the Federal Court in Ottawa, where a judge will decide whether or not to order the Canadian government to repatriate more than 40 Canadians imprisoned in northeast Syria.
Canada's auditor general says that while the federal government effectively delivered emergency COVID-19 benefits during the pandemic, deciding to not front-end verification resulted in $4.6 billion in overpayments to ineligible individuals.