Here’s a look at this morning’s headline for Tuesday, June 21

Greater Sudbury is playing host to the Canadian Association of Road Safety Professionals for a three-day event.

Nickel Belt MPP France Gelenia is isolating after learning she has contracted COVID-19

North Bay’s multi-use courts will reopen tomorrow, following the recent completion of final surface treatment and line painting.

The Sault Ste. Marie Public Library is looking for input to develop a new strategic plan.

Kindergarten students from École Catholique Georges Vanier in Elliot Lake paid Fire Services a visit to learn about rescue equipment and the life of a firefighter.

North Bay city Councillor Johanne Brousseau, has filed her nomination papers for the mayor’s seat.

East Algoma OPP has arrested two people connected to two retail break-and-enter incidents.

The city of Sault Ste Marie seeks public feedback on streetscape improvements. An information session is planned for Wednesday to let residents have their say on downtown projects.

The city of Greater Sudbury says the number of bears reported last month through the city’s interactive map site was nearly double the number from May of 2021.

In North Bay, a developer is looking to repurpose the former J.W. Trusler Public School into a 20-unit building apartment complex.

Environment Canada says the first heat event of the season has arrived with the first day of summer with most places feeling temperatures into the mid-thirties before the humidex.

According to statistics from the Canadian Real Estate Association says while the pace of home sales appears to be slowing, the average price for a home sold in Greater Sudbury and North Bay last month hovered around 500k

Today is National Indigenous Peoples Day in Canada, meant to recognize and honour First Nations, Inuit and Métis cultures.

Power is back on in New Sudbury, Minnow Lake and the area following an outage this morning, said to be wildlife related.

Meanwhile, a crash that saw a vehicle striking a hydro pole, knocking out power to part of the city in Timmins is being investigated by police.

North Bay’s new Waterfront is complete with the removal of rotten and failing boards, and instead now has decorative paving stones.

Sault Ste. Marie Police Service is gaining momentum ahead of a Special Olympians Law Enforcement Torch Run slated for Thursday.