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The council of unions for hospital employees in Ontario has issued a report warning that spending cuts by Doug Ford’s Progressive Conservative government could cause the loss of an estimated 330 jobs and 60 beds at Sudbury's regional hospital.
North Bay police are on the lookout for a man and woman who made off with $4000 worth of high-end sneakers.
A Sudbury doctor will face a provincial disciplinary committee following allegations that he sexually abused a patient.
Officials with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry say the forest fire that was threatening Temagami is now being held.
As police departments across the country scramble to prepare for legalized cannabis in October, Sudbury's police chief says there's a pressing need for more specially trained officers in the field to recognize high drivers.
Ontario's education minister says despite the government's plans to scrap the modernized sex-ed curriculum, students will continue to be taught about things like consent and gender identity this fall.
It was another busy day yesterday for forest fire crews in the northeast. The Ministry of Natural Resources is reporting 13 new fires as of Sunday, which they suspect were all started by lightning strikes.
Ontario's new premier has removed the province's representative in Washington, D.C., from her position and it's not clear whether Doug Ford intends to replace Monique Smith or scrap the position. Her departure comes at a time when ongoing trade issues with the U.S. could impact Ontario's economy.
The Maison McCulloch hospice on Bethel Lake in Sudbury is normally a quiet and peaceful spot, but if you've been there lately you'll have noticed construction activity on the property.
Representatives from two influential unions and striking workers from two private health care centres will be at Queen's Park on Monday to urge the new government to improve conditions for staff at the facilities.
Summer can be a great time to catch up on your reading and if you're looking for suggestions, the Greater Sudbury Library can help.
The number of forest fires raging in northeastern Ontario is down, but officials say the battle isn't over yet.