Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines, for Monday, June 13

Some Callander residents had to wait out some flooded streets (Toronto Street and Ottawa Streets) due to some flooding from a beaver dam letting go.

A new indigenous land acknowledgement template has been drafted for the City of Greater Sudbury, slated for the June 16 city council meeting.

17-year-old Jack Lyons is being remembered with a new playground unveiled at One Kids Place in North Bay.

The city of Timmins says Canada Day fireworks will be moved to Porcupine Lake.

Sault police responded to reports of what sounded like gunfire in the 0-100 block of Pentagon Boulevard over the weekend but noted there were no injuries.

Temiskaming Shores City manager Chris Oslund is beginning a new job with Coleman Township.

Sudbury City says they’re waiting on funds from the Federal Government for the twin pad complex in Hanmer.

Meanwhile, the City of North Bay has received a $25.77 million investment from the Feds to the proposed North Bay Community Recreation Centre.

Road closures for Connecting Link work set in Timmins to begin today, on
Algonquin Boulevard between Theriault Boulevard and Mountjoy Street,

Sault Ste Marie Council will be asked today, to take steps to speed up the installation of local charging stations for electric vehicles.

West Nipissing council has deferred filling an empty council seat until June 15th.

The third edition of the community bike festival in Temiskaming Shores saw more than 100 bikes and helmets given away to riders of all ages.

The group known as IRegained, a medical technology startup based in Sudbury to aid those who have suffered a stroke, has opened a new office at NORCAT, the city’s regional innovation centre.

Lamorie Street in North Bay will be closed for three days starting Tuesday for the removal of a retired gas main.

OPP in Cochrane and Kapuskasing are holding hiring events next Monday and Tuesday.

Line Painting is being done in Timmins between Walmart and Government Road in the coming days, with the rest of the painting on the highway to be done in the coming weeks.

Sault Ste City council meets tonight, and on the docket will be the $1.4 million-dollar price tag for the new mill market.

A Navy vessel known as the HMCS Oriole will visit Little Current on July 7