Third year Laurentian University student, Koko Blaise has overcome many challenges while learning how to live with polio. He moved to Sudbury with his family in March of 2020 and is now being called an inspiration by many.
Lots of smoke could be seen in the distance in Sudbury’s downtown around noon as a campfire at a homeless encampment on Raphael Street near the top of the stair from Brady Street had gotten out of control.
To celebrate half a century of municipal transit service, residents in Greater Sudbury can ride the buses free of charge Sept. 28.
'Bones of Crows,' a Canadian drama playing at Cinefest, tells the story of a residential school survivor who becomes a code talker for the Canadian Air Forces in the Second World War.
As a way to prevent old tires from making their way to landfill sites in Greater Sudbury, reThink Green and B2B Industrial have teamed up to create a tire drop-off program.
The top curling teams from around the world will be meeting in North Bay next month on their first of six stops around the country in the annual Grand Slam of Curling.
Laurentian University is seeking court approval to extend the deadline to emerge from insolvency until Nov. 30 to give it time to implement its financial restructuring plan.
A video shows a northern Ontario fishing lodge being pelleted with large hail during an intense storm this week, leaving behind a trail of damage.
The first Venture North Conference took place in Sudbury on Thursday aimed at investors and businesses.
Better Beginnings Better Futures in Sudbury is promoting a program for parents and caregivers.
Three post-secondary schools in Sudbury have released a video to raise awareness about the importance of consent.
A 33-year-old Quebec man has been charged after allegedly exceeding 195 km/hr on Highway 17 east of Sault Ste. Marie, police say.
A small celebration was held inside the doors of Fraser Auditorium on Wednesday to mark the unveiling of Laurentian University's newest sculpture.
'Love in the Time of Fentanyl' is an award-winning documentary that is on the Cinefest lineup this year. A Sudburian is featured in part of the film for his work on the front lines in Vancouver at the heart of the poison drug crisis.
A Sudbury singer who now lives in the Ottawa Valley is returning to her hometown to perform at this year's French Fest.
As post-tropical storm Fiona walloped Atlantic Canada on Saturday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that the federal government will deploy the Canadian Armed Forces and match any donations to the Canadian Red Cross.
Dreamcoat Fantasy Theatre says the Near North District School Board has told the group they can't operate out of West Ferris Secondary School anymore.
An Ontario woman is issuing a warning after she says a hidden camera was found inside a Tim Hortons restaurant.
Provincial police have laid numerous charges in Wasaga Beach as a major car rally is returning to the town this weekend.
George Pirie, the Ontario's Minister of Mines and MPP for Timmins, gave his first state of mining address for his new role at a Timmins Chamber of Commerce event Friday.
Glenn Waddingham is a B.C. bellman who built a Lego replica of the hotel he works at. Adam Sawatsky reports.
Strong winds and heavy rainfall from Fiona have left over 400,000 Maritimers without power, as of midnight Sunday.
Municipal roads are closed on Quebec's Magdalen Islands and residents are ordered to stay inside as the region battles the effects of Fiona.
Police in Newfoundland and Labrador say two people were swept out of residences that collapsed into the sea as post-tropical storm Fiona hit Saturday.
The town of Port aux Basques in Newfoundland is under a state of emergency as first responders cope with electrical fires, residential flooding, and washouts due to post-tropical storm Fiona.
Wind and storm surges from Fiona cause extensive damages in Atlantic Canada; meanwhile, over 700 anti-mobilization protesters are arrested in Russia.