Here’s a look at today’s headlines for Monday, May 2

The name of fallen Ontario Provincial Police Const. Marc Hovingh has been added to the Toronto memorial wall that honours police officers who have died in the line of duty.

The $30 million Place des Arts building opened in downtown Sudbury this weekend.

Col. Richard Jolette has taken over the role of 22 Wing Commander and Canadian Air Defence Sector Commander at CFB North Bay.

The current Flood Watch for the Mattagami River in Timmins has been upgraded to a Flood Warning.

The City of Sault Ste. Marie’s has a surplus is a little more than $2.5 million left over from the 2021 – 2022 winter season to discuss.

The Englehart hospital COVID-19 outbreak has been resolved.

Laurentian University has extended its on-campus masking policy until mid-June

The reconstruction of a section of Trout Lake Road in North Bay between Mountainview Drive and Lees Road is scheduled to begin this week.

Algoma Public Health says Hospitalizations and the number of active COVID cases are down.

The PUC in Sault Ste Marie responded to an unplanned power outage that affected nearly 900 customers in the northern section of the city that has been restored.

The COVID-19 outbreak is over at Temiskaming Hospital, but visitor restrictions remain in place for now.

A Special Sudbury City Council meeting centred on Junction East has been scheduled for Tomorrow.

The patio program for Callander restaurants has been extended through 2022.

After a two-year hiatus, the Home and Cottage Show was back in Timmins this weekend.

The city of Sault Ste Marie will spend $3.8 million on miscellaneous paving and road resurfacing

The Classic Theatre in Cobalt is once again up and running.

Two people have been displaced after a fire in a seven-unit apartment building on Kathleen Street.

Sidewalk construction and interlocking brick replacement have begun along a section of Oak Street West in North Bay.

Sault City Council is expected to pass a number of resolutions Monday related to the 2022 road construction season.

Representation is being sought on the board of directors from Manitoulin Island for the Owen Sound Transportation Company.

Greater Sudbury Police are asking for the public’s assistance to locate 18 year old Emily-Ann Clarke last seen in New Sudbury.

Canadore College is receiving $3.4 million from the province to expand its programming

Kashechewan First National evacuees have started to arrive in Timmins, after declaring an annual state of emergency.