Last Wednesday night, Jennifer Booth received a call from a facility manager at Science North, stating the building was flooding. More
The historical Dionne quintuplets home was separated and moved for the third time on Sunday.video
Some in the Sudbury community paused Monday to remember those transgender individuals who have lost their lives to violence. There was a flag-raising at Bell Park marking the Transgender Day of Remembrance.
The Sudbury and District Health Unit is rolling out a new program in an attempt to get more people living out of poverty.audio
A new artistic director has been named for the Sudbury Theatre Centre, at a time when the centre is working to balance its books.audio
Sudbury MPP Glenn Thibeault has been nominated as the Liberal candidate for next year’s provincial election.
Sudbury City Hall Sudbury 'dropped the ball' on walkability commitment, says group
As city council gets ready to vote on the final design for the proposed Kingsway Entertainment District, Andre Dumais says the city of Sudbury has been painfully out of step with its commitment to walkability.
Ontario college students are scrambling to get ready for class on Tuesday after the Liberal government's back-to-work legislation passed on Sunday, ending the longest strike in the province's history.video
A remote northern Ontario community got its first look at drone delivery technology earlier this month.
Nicholas Gauthier's father was a bit nervous for his son this year. Mike Gauthier's 12-year-old has autism and until now, has been in a special classroom that offers intensive support (ISP) for children with special needs. This year, he stared school in a regular grade 7 classroom.readcomments audio
Hundreds of thousands of college students are expected to be back in class after the province passed back-to-work legislation on Sunday to end a five-week strike by Ontario college faculty.video
A documentary about the clothing we wear is raising awareness about pollution created when making fabrics.audio
A back-to-work bill that would end a strike by college faculty in Ontario appears on track to be pushed through the legislature on Sunday.
Check out brand new music from Stuck on Planet Earth, Bahamas and The Elwins.audio
It came down to one point but the West Ferris Trojans from North Bay, Ont. are the 2017 NOSSA Champions and it was all done without the team's defensive captain.audio
The Ontario Liberal government's second attempt to push through legislation to end the province's college strike on Friday did not get unanimous consent, but the bill was introduced and will be debated starting on Saturday.
Queen's Park analyst Robert Fisher weighs on in whether the tax cuts the Liberals are offering will win votes from business owners.audio
As thousands of college faculty and students wait for the legislation to end the province’s college strike, the provincial labour minister says it was the only option to resolve the labour dispute.
The installation of a positron emission tomography (PET) scanner at Health Sciences North in Sudbury has been delayed.
Alex Trebek and the surviving members of the Tragically Hip will receive the insignia of the Order of Canada during a ceremony at Rideau Hall Friday morning.readcomments video
More than 400 Sudbury production and maintenance workers are trying to figure out what to do next after they were temporarily laid off from Vale's Coleman Mine.audio
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne's office says her government is presenting legislation that will end the province's college strike, after negotiations reached an impasse.
A century-old log home is set to travel through the streets of North Bay, Ont. this weekend. The house where the Dionne Quintuplets were born in 1934 is moving to a new location on the city's waterfront.
A familiar face will be in Sudbury this weekend. The annual Santa Claus Parade is set to take place on Saturday.audio
Ontario college students will remain out of the classroom for now, as striking faculty have voted 86 per cent in favour of rejecting the latest offer.
West Nipissing Police say a 52-year-old Sturgeon Falls man has been charged with first-degree murder.
A strolling moose that ended up going for a swim in downtown North Bay caused plenty of traffic issues.
Ontario Provincial Police say a 19-year-old Mattawa woman is facing charges after hitting a vehicle with an axe while someone was inside.
As the provincial government gets ready to roll out tax cuts and incentives for small businesses, some business owners in Sudbury say it won’t be enough to offset the cost of raising the minimum wage.
Sudbury's science centre has sprung a leak — and it will be closed until further notice.
The University of Sudbury is marking a special celebration in Moose Factory, Ont. Another group of students will graduate thanks to the school's community-based program. The university has offered Indigenous studies courses in the community since 2013.
Winter weather has buses cancelled with the Northeast Tri-Board Student Transportation service.
The Sudbury and District Health Unit has issued a drinking water advisory for residents in the Town of Foleyet.
The City of North Bay says Memorial Drive is now open after being closed much of the day due to a wandering moose.
North Bay Police say a man is in custody following three separate robberies in a two day period.
Greater Sudbury Utilities is warning people about a hydro texting scam.
An art show exploring gender and identity has opened in Sudbury.audio
West Nipissing Police say the death of a 39-year-old woman in Sturgeon Falls is criminal in nature and being treated as suspicious.
Northerners who have trouble paying their power bill won't have to fear a hydro disconnection this winter. Electricity companies across Ontario are forbidden from cutting off customers between Nov. 15 and the end of April.
Emily Faries has had a lot of firsts in her life. She’s part of the first generation to be born and raised on a reserve, since before that, her family lived on the land.audio
Mining company Vale says operations at its Coleman Mine are expected to take longer than originally anticipated.
With companies up in arms over a looming hike to Ontario's minimum wage and an election barely six months away, the Wynne government is offering small businesses a tax cut and new incentives to hire and retain young workers.
When the Ontario Liberals tried to discredit PC Leader Patrick Brown by calling into question the fighting record of one of his candidates, former NHL player Troy Crowder, it backfired and put the Liberals on defence. Crowder's opponent, Energy Minister Glenn Thibeault, said sorry for the "stunt."
As a student in a video game design class in university, a field trip to play board games may not be expected as part of the curriculum.audio
The federal government is investing $2.6 million to help Indigenous youth and women get employment opportunities.
A mother who lost her son in a helicopter crash on the James Bay Coast four years ago is disappointed Ornge Air Ambulance has been cleared of wrongdoing.
As 12,000 Ontario college professors get set to vote on a contract proposal that would end the month-long strike, the two sides don't even agree on the date this offer was tabled.
The next provincial election isn’t until six months from now, but new advertising rules have already taken effect.
When he was a child, Antonio Alegre spent a lot of time on a surfboard in his home country of Peru.audio
These are the tax cuts that Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa could offer to small businesses this afternoon in his fall economic statement.
Hunters & Gatherers Harvesting not hunting: rekindling the tradition for Indigenous youth
The Shkagamik-Kwe Health Centre in Sudbury holds a camp every year to pass on the tradition of hunting to young people, who might not otherwise get a chance to go out on the land.audio
- Power to keep flowing this winter to people with unpaid bills
- North Bay moose goes for a swim, disrupts traffic for a day
- North Bay road open after swimming moose prompted closure
- Drone delivery service one step closer to reality in northern Ontario community
- Owner of fire-razed Honda Accord wants action after company recall
- Sudbury 'dropped the ball' on walkability commitment, says group
- New 'inclusion' model being piloted in 3 Sudbury schools
- Workers 'not prepared' for temporary layoffs at Vale's Coleman Mine
- Students earn university degree while remaining in northern First Nation
- New documentary focuses on environmental impact of fashion
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