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Here’s a look at today’s headlines for Monday, April 11

Greater Sudbury Police are asking for the public’s assistance to locate 22-year-old McKenna Irwin-Burns.
North Bay Police are reminding the public, Gas-powered bicycles are not street-legal vehicles.
A COVID outbreak declared has been declared at Temiskaming Hospital
Temiskaming is welcoming a new Northern Fire Protection Program, which compensates fire departments for responses in areas without area protection.
The Ford Government $75 million to bring passenger rail service back to northeastern Ontario.
Sault Ste Marie City officials are issuing a request for proposals for private-sector tenants in the new twin-pad arena under construction on Goulais Avenue.
Greater Sudbury added roughly 1,100 jobs in March.
The NBMCA says water levels of waterways are at above-average levels for this time of year
The Earlton-Timiskaming Regional Airport Authority has received more than $1.2 million from FedNor for new snow removal equipment runway repair.
Home sale price jumps 17 percent in Sault Ste. Marie and area
Blind River’s Timber Village Museum says it’s opening its doors to the public for several special events coming up next month.
The Ford Government $75 million to bring passenger rail service back to northeastern Ontario.
A Sudbury Company has been awarded a $107-million contract to continue with the ongoing twinning of Highway 11/17 between Thunder Bay and Nipigon.
North Bay Police say they are getting reports of rental scams locally and renters should be cautious.
Timmins city council will enter into an agreement with the province to proceed with the redevelopment of the Golden Manor.
Sault Ste Marie City Council will discuss tonight the prospect of renovations at the Ronald A. Irwin Civic Centre going 33 per cent over budget.
There has been a shake-up in Laurentian University’s board of governors for the second time in four months with six members departing, and three newly appointed.
The provincial government and federal government are spending almost $1.6 million to help build The Meadow View, a new building that will offer 25 new affordable homes for seniors in Powassan.
There were no injuries after a small Plane Crashes On Goulais Ave.
Laurentian University is taking another step in mental health, through a peer wellness program.
The Town of Mattawa is looking for proposals to update its image, with plans for a new logo and redesigned website.
Prince Township says Peggy Greco has returned as their interim CAO clerk and treasurer.
District School Board Ontario North East, says two new student trustees from Timmins High & Vocational School will serve next year in the form of Hannah Carello (Indigenous student trustee) and Hayden Bedard.
In the Algoma Region, an Ontario Trillium Foundation grant of $500,000 has been announced for renovations and upgrades to the Johnson Township Community Centre.

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