Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines, for Monday June 20

The Canadian government is dropping the requirement that domestic and outbound international travellers be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. A number of other requirements, including masking, remain in effect.

Manitoulin OPP is investigating a fatal motor vehicle collision in an area off of Panache Lake Road west of Sudbury.

Meanwhile, Highway 144 back open following a collision in the Onaping Falls area involving a light passenger vehicle and a transport hauling ore.

In North Bay, Former Cassellholme CEO, Jamie Lowery says he will run for city council.

Sault Ste. Marie will soon have another transportation option, as a new, locally-owned, ride-sharing company is set to launch next month.

This Thursday, Elliot Lake Mayor Dan Marchisella will lead a ceremony at the Mall Memorial to honour those who passed away in the collapse in 2012.

In Temiskaming, the Riverside Farmers Market is preparing to move to a new location.

Sudbury city council has voted to move ahead with rehabilitation work on the city’s ‘Bridge of Nations,’ despite the cost coming in at $3.7-million over budget.

In North Bay, a section of Judge Avenue, between Pollard Avenue and Memorial Drive, is closed now and will reopen Wednesday as part of an ongoing water main installation project.

Science North’s Science Carnival and Great Northern Ontario Roadshow were in Sault Ste Marie, using a solar telescope, as part of the demonstration, to view the sun.

Sudbury Police are investigating a hit-and-run Friday, outside a business on Regent Street.

A COVID outbreak at the Temiskaming Lodge has ended.

The discussion is ongoing with arborists in Timmins with the emergence of the forest tent caterpillar in recent days.

More than 750 signal and communications employees at CN Rail are on strike as federal mediation has ended with no new scheduled negotiation dates.

The Downtown Sudbury BIA says the patio program is in full swing with four businesses downtown adding to the season’s options.

The closure implemented last week on Airport Rd in Timmins will be in place until further notice as repairs are complete.

This week, the city of North Bay will attempt a world record at Armed Forces Day with the most people wearing, making the largest human maple leaf on record.

In SSM, Laird Raceway is slated to have drivers start their engines once again, on June 25th.