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Victims remembered at Elliot Lake Secondary School

Victims remembered at Elliot Lake Secondary School

More needs to be done to help women escape domestic violence, say local advocates
Richard tells us why he thinks it's important to give blood

Richard tells us why he thinks it's important to give blood

The next clinic is Jan. 2, and Canadian Blood Services says more donors are needed
Arts on the Trail is coming

Arts on the Trail is coming

22 artists will display their work across the city on Saturday
Check your closets! Warm donations are needed

Check your closets! Warm donations are needed

The coat drive is coming
Hydro One announces planned outage for Thessalon area

Hydro One announces planned outage for Thessalon area

Hydro One reminds all members of the public to always stay clear of downed power lines or equipment. Never assume they are safe to approach
Could more autonomy hurt the north? One expert says yes

Could more autonomy hurt the north? One expert says yes

But a regional government for the region could work
Businesses from across the North to be celebrated this week

Businesses from across the North to be celebrated this week

The 31st annual Northern Ontario Business Awards will be held Sept. 28 in Timmins.
$4 treaty payments at centre of lawsuit

$4 treaty payments at centre of lawsuit

A hearing into the interpretation of the Robinson-Huron Treaty began Monday
MPP Lou Rinaldi addresses 'No man's land' comment

MPP Lou Rinaldi addresses 'No man's land' comment

Says his statement was aimed at MPP Vic Fedeli's stance on legislative chances to Election Finances Act
Vale's Ontario mining director says zero harm policies can do more harm than good

Vale's Ontario mining director says zero harm policies can do more harm than good

Director of mining, Ontario Operations, Vale Canada Limited delivers controversial presentation on reality of zero harm policies in mining industry