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A Sudbury police officer has been accused of misconduct following comments he made on social media about pay raises for department managers.
Regulation is not the solution to Ontario's high gas prices, according to a petroleum analyst who says proposed legislation to regulate prices at the pumps would result in overall higher costs for consumers.
Crews were busy this week cleaning up the remains of six camps on Georgian Bay that burned in the Parry Sound 33 forest fire this summer. Questions remain though about how the charred landscape will recover and what sparked the destruction in the first place.
Ontario’s new finance minister says the previous Liberal government has saddled the province with a $15 billion deficit this year, more than $8 billion larger than indicated in the budget this spring.
The Ontario government has introduced legislation to scrap the Green Energy Act on Thursday, arguing the plan to bolster the province's renewable energy industry led to increased electricity costs.
A common refrain from candidates hoping to unseat incumbent mayors and councillors in this municipal election is that there is a crisis of leadership in their community. But what does that really mean?
A bill to regulate gas prices in Ontario has cleared another hurdle at Queen's Park, but it will need support from the Progressive Conservatives before it goes any further.
First Nations leaders are disturbed that a brawl among students at Manitoulin Secondary School last week is an indicator of underlying racism.
A spokesperson with Hilton Hotels says the chain is not currently involved in plans to be a partner in Sudbury’s Kingsway Entertainment District.
The Rainbow District School Board is hosting a summit on Thursday to educate students about mental health, and hopefully inspire people to come forward either for themselves, or someone who may be suffering.
The short-term lodging rental company Airbnb has finalized tax agreements with Ontario municipalities, including Greater Sudbury.
Mining giant Vale says that the Superstack will be standing on Sudbury’s skyline until 2020, at which point the iconic structure will be slowly taken apart.
Movers and shakers in the arts and culture scene were in Sudbury on Tuesday to talk policy, at a panel discussion hosted by the city and a publication called The Arts Advocate.
Canada is four weeks away from having a new Cannabis Act. On October 17 it will be legal for any person over the age of 18 to possess up to 30 grams of dried marijuana. With the days ticking down, Sudbury Police chief Paul Pedersen says there are still plenty of questions he needs answered. grams of pot.