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Please keep your dogs out of the splash pad, city reminds residents

Please keep your dogs out of the splash pad, city reminds residents

Sandy swimming areas at local beaches are also off limits to our four-legged friends
École catholique Georges Vanier students have fun discovering Canada's provinces and territories

École catholique Georges Vanier students have fun discovering Canada's provinces and territories

Grade 3 and 4 students explored the characteristics of each province and territory and discovered their main industries, flags, capitals and much more
Blind River man admits to stalking, blackmail amid 'significant number' of charges

Blind River man admits to stalking, blackmail amid 'significant number' of charges

Incidents took place over past two years
Elevated heat and humidity continue today: Environment Canada

Elevated heat and humidity continue today: Environment Canada

Daytime highs through today are expected to be 28 to 33 degrees Celsius with humidex values of 36 to 42. There will be little relief through the overnight as lows are expected to be 17 to 20 degrees Celsius with humidex values of 25 to 30, Environment Canada says
Good morning, Elliot Lake!

Good morning, Elliot Lake!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
No new wildland fires, but four still burning in northeastern Ontario

No new wildland fires, but four still burning in northeastern Ontario

Area of low fire hazard runs from Sault to Wawa, stretching northeast to north of Timmins
Ex-Assembly of First Nations chief files lawsuit over removal

Ex-Assembly of First Nations chief files lawsuit over removal

RoseAnne Archibald was ousted as national chief in 2023 and is now asking for $5-million in damages in the lawsuit
LCBO workers set to strike as union demands changes to corner store booze plan

LCBO workers set to strike as union demands changes to corner store booze plan

Union leaders warned of a 'hot, dry summer' ahead if a deal isn't reached by July 5
Northern cop headed to trial for alleged assault on 12-year-old

Northern cop headed to trial for alleged assault on 12-year-old

Sudbury constable has decided to proceed to trial on charges of assault and uttering threats after she allegedly assaulted a young hockey player on Feb. 11
'Lots of room' for women in mining, says chair of new group

'Lots of room' for women in mining, says chair of new group

There's officially a Women in Mining group in the city with the heart of gold