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Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines, for Wednesday June 22

Much of Northern Ontario remains under a heat advisory, watch or warning, in the first heat of the year, announced by Environment Canada at the top end of the week.

A town hall meeting on the partnership between YES Theatre and Sudbury Theatre Centre will take place this coming Sunday.

The Timmins driver of a pickup truck involved in a crash into a Bruce Avenue wye telephone pole knocking out power to 1,600 Hydro One customers has been charged.

Algoma Public Health has lifted a water advisory for all St. Mary’s River users.

The City of Temiskaming Shores has announced three cooling locations, which include the Temiskaming Shores Public Library, the Pool and Fitness Centre in New Liskeard, and Temiskaming Shores City Hall.

The inflatable water park, operated by Splash N Go Adventure Parks is a go and will open on Ramsey Lake in early July as part of a three-year agreement with the city.

The Sundridge highway sign will get new LED lights.

The Mattagami Region Conservation Authority is working with Grade 4 and 5 students at St. Joseph Catholic School in the Yellow Fish program to engage students on environmental issues and protecting waterways.

Blind River mayor Sally Hagman is calling for action, noting recent vandalism of town-owned property.

The City of Greater Sudbury is asking residents to provide feedback on the draft Strategic Core Areas Community Improvement Plan (SCACIP).

A recently discovered technical issue will ground Snowbirds for Armed Forces Day today in North Bay.

Road repairs continue after a Timmins driver got more than they bargained for driving into a puddle yesterday morning, winding up in a massive sinkhole, noting there were no injures.

A proposal to build a skatepark on municipal green space east of the township’s pavilion in Sault Ste Marie has earned support, albeit cautious, from council.

Manitoulin Island firefighters got the opportunity to train on a mobile fire simulator in Little Current exploring best-practice techniques for tackling various fire scenarios.

The City of North Bay is taking a proactive approach when it comes to weeds with a foam that utilizes heat to do the work.

The Art Gallery of Sudbury and Laurentian University have come to an agreement that the AGS will continue to use it’s current space as its gallery space for three more years before the building can be put up for sale.

The Powassan and District Union Library is back with another Story Walk Project, promoting reading and some physical activity.

Water has been shut off in Elliot Lake, on Balsam place, due to a water main break.

Reports are coming in that travellers to and from Manitoulin Island were stranded for more than an hour last Friday due to the Little Current Swing Bridge having been hit by high winds.

Over to the International Bridge, organizers in SSM say there will not be a bridge walk for the third year in a row, due to COVID-related complications

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