CBC | Sudbury News
A non-profit group in Sudbury is worried about the future of affordable housing for Indigenous residents.
Northern College is building on its connections with a polytechnic school in China by offering two new diploma programs at the school in Hunan province.
As more details come out about Parry Sound-Muskoka MP Tony Clement, a women’s rights advocate says the incident is prompting a new conversation about sexual images and extortion.
Non-profit seniors housing groups in the north are struggling to get the government grants they need to get their plans off the drawing board.
As a young boy born in Newfoundland, Harry Courtney never imagined he would become a successful business owner in northern Ontario.
As Remembrance Day is marked this year, it's also a time to look back at what happened on Nov. 11 in 1918.
Jo-Anne Burton’s husband wasn’t initially on board when she suggested starting up an alpaca farm but it’s safe to say the plan is working out.
Graffiti that appeared on the water tower in Sudbury earlier this summer has now been covered up by the owner.
A proposal is being prepared in Sudbury to have a supervised consumption site in the city but some say action needs to be taken now.
When wreaths are added this Remembrance Day at the cenotaph at the Onaping Falls Community Centre, there will be one laid in honour of LGBTQ veterans. The wreath will be laid by two members from TG Innerselves.
Health Sciences North is looking for more participants for a lung cancer early detection pilot program. Last year, the hospital in Sudbury, in partnership with Cancer Care Ontario, launched its lung cancer screening program for high risk individuals.
The Ontario government says it is spending $980,000 to keep a rail line running between Sault Ste. Marie and Sudbury.
The Ontario government says it's making it easier for past and present members of the military to go fishing.