CBC | Sudbury News
Many student groups are concerned about recent provincial changes to post-secondary affordability, including what it will mean to have students opt-out of student fees.
Northerners may have noticed games popping up in local bars that look and sound a lot like slot machines. It's called Got Skill? and they are completely legal and allowed outside of casinos. But the provincial government is hoping to change that.
The fishing communities of Saugeen First Nation and Chippewas of Nawash are finding higher winds and warmer temperatures are affecting populations of lake whitefish in Lake Huron and Georgian Bay, which many rely on for their livelihoods.
Health Sciences North in Sudbury says it is on track to start turning back on some of its computer systems it had to shut down due to a computer virus.
The president of the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations says the Ford government’s changes to post-secondary tuition will impact the quality of education offered across the province.
A snowmobile journalist and blogger says the current snowmobile speed system in Ontario doesn’t make any sense.
Ontario’s New Democrat health critic is questioning the Ford government’s idea of dissolving a number of Local Health Integration Networks across the province.
What's in a name? For Claude Therien, the one on his birth certificate, which follows a centuries-old French-Catholic tradition, has led to no end of problems obtaining a Canadian passport.
Ontario Provincial Police say an 18-year-old Sudbury woman has been charged after a fatal crash last month.
The head of Health Sciences North says various medical systems at the hospital in Sudbury and other hospitals throughout the region have been shut down to avoid damage from a computer virus.
The Franco-Ontarian research chair at Laurentian University in Sudbury, says the future of a French-language university in Ontario is caught up in political games.
KGHM says about 120 people will lose their jobs as it transitions the Morrison Mine in Levack into 'care and maintenance' mode. Sudbury General Manager Steve Dunlop says Morrison is no longer profitable due to slumping copper and nickel prices.