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Pair of donations, including one for $25,000, received by local hospital

Pair of donations, including one for $25,000, received by local hospital

St. Joseph General Hospital received donations from Elliot Lake Retirement and Brian Greenway
Public Health Sudbury reports 42 new cases of COVID-19 for Oct. 21

Public Health Sudbury reports 42 new cases of COVID-19 for Oct. 21

There are now 133 active cases being monitored by local health officials
Algoma Public Health tickets Dunlop Lake Lodge for Reopening Ontario Act issues

Algoma Public Health tickets Dunlop Lake Lodge for Reopening Ontario Act issues

Lodge owner disputes accusation of failure to comply with vaccine allegations
<b>VIDEO:</b> Friendly moose crashes Sudbury garage party

VIDEO: Friendly moose crashes Sudbury garage party

Sudbury resident Jacob Rintala and ‘the boys’ were doing what Northerners do (partying in the garage) when they made a large, new friend 
<b>CANADA:</b> Feds, provinces agree on vaccine passport for international travel: PM

CANADA: Feds, provinces agree on vaccine passport for international travel: PM

Passport will be digital and feature a QR code that includes the vaccination history. Paper copies will also be accepted
Thunderbirds slam Red Wings 6-2 in the Sault

Thunderbirds slam Red Wings 6-2 in the Sault

Elliot Lake takes another Junior A loss
Sudbury police to be equipped with body-worn cameras by fall 2022

Sudbury police to be equipped with body-worn cameras by fall 2022

Technology is ‘another layer of transparency and accountability,’ says chief of police, as service looks to spend $3.3M on cameras, conducted energy weapon
Northern Ontario hospital removes council co-chair over Nazi imagery shared on social media

Northern Ontario hospital removes council co-chair over Nazi imagery shared on social media

Keith Taylor was a high-profile leader of patient advocacy efforts before being removed for sharing photos of Nazi memorabilia collection
Ontario reports 413 new COVID cases Thursday

Ontario reports 413 new COVID cases Thursday

The latest updates noted 488 recoveries and four new deaths