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Suspect charged with trespassing for a second time this week

Suspect charged with trespassing for a second time this week

28-year-old was caught on camera at a Westview Crescent home attempting to enter a vehicle
Free rapid COVID-19 tests to be available at Ontario stores through to next June

Free rapid COVID-19 tests to be available at Ontario stores through to next June

Move comes as RSV, flu and COVID-19 cases put strain on pediatric hospitals
Ford denies his government tipped off developers on Greenbelt changes

Ford denies his government tipped off developers on Greenbelt changes

Some developers bought that land in the past few years despite Ford and Clark's public pronouncements it wouldn't be developed, with one purchase happening as recently as September, according to Ontario media investigations
Illness-related absentee rate hits 30% at some Sudbury area schools

Illness-related absentee rate hits 30% at some Sudbury area schools

‘Very high’ numbers of kids off sick, Public Health Sudbury says, thanks to a combination of respiratory virus, influenza and COVID-19
Ontario auto insurance premiums rose 14% since 2017, are highest in the country: AG

Ontario auto insurance premiums rose 14% since 2017, are highest in the country: AG

TORONTO — Average auto insurance premiums in the province increased by 14 per cent between 2017 and 2021, to $1,642, the province's auditor general said Wednesday.
Plans for downtown arts centre move ahead

Plans for downtown arts centre move ahead

Council advised of possible loss of $750,000 FedNor grant timed to expire in March
Good morning, Elliot Lake!

Good morning, Elliot Lake!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
OPP issues reminder to lock your vehicles at night

OPP issues reminder to lock your vehicles at night

Even if it's in your driveway, locking your vehicle is crucial
Mamaweswen to assume delivery of ODSP in Anishinaabe communities

Mamaweswen to assume delivery of ODSP in Anishinaabe communities

Delivery of Ontario Disability Support Program will be transferred to Niigaaniin Services in the new year after nearly 17 years of negotiations with the Ontario government
Laurentian filing prompts northern MP to introduce new bill

Laurentian filing prompts northern MP to introduce new bill

'It is unconscionable that this institution's students, staff and world-class research programs were treated like discarded items at a garage sale,' says MP Charlie Angus