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Idylwylde Invitational returns to Sudbury

The familiar sound of golf balls whizzing through the air has returned to Idylwylde Golf and Country Club. The 73rd annual Men's Invitational -- the oldest match play tournament of its kind in the country -- kicks off this weekend.

The familiar sound of golf balls whizzing through the air has returned to Idylwylde Golf and Country Club. The 73rd annual Men's Invitational -- the oldest match play tournament of its kind in the country -- kicks off this weekend. (Ian Campbell/CTV News)

Tips to plan your next getaway

With the pandemic and border restrictions finally beginning to loosen, more and more people have vacation on the brain. Here are some things to consider when booking your next trip.

North Bay

Tips to plan your next getaway

With the pandemic and border restrictions finally beginning to loosen, more and more people have vacation on the brain. Here are some things to consider when booking your next trip.

Sault Ste. Marie

Tips to plan your next getaway

With the pandemic and border restrictions finally beginning to loosen, more and more people have vacation on the brain. Here are some things to consider when booking your next trip.

Timmins

Tips to plan your next getaway

With the pandemic and border restrictions finally beginning to loosen, more and more people have vacation on the brain. Here are some things to consider when booking your next trip.

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Idylwylde Invitational returns to Sudbury

The familiar sound of golf balls whizzing through the air has returned to Idylwylde Golf and Country Club. The 73rd annual Men's Invitational -- the oldest match play tournament of its kind in the country -- kicks off this weekend.

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Symmetry not guaranteed on border policy: envoy

Just because Canada and the United States worked closely together to restrict travel across their shared border doesn't mean they were always going to move in lockstep when the time came to reopen it, Ottawa's envoy to Washington said Friday.