Here’s a look at this morning’s headline for Wednesday, June 29

Laurentian won’t hike international tuition fee as it rebuilds following insolvency.

Temiskaming OPP is looking into $2,500 worth of items that were stolen from a property on Highway 624 in Marter Township. The items stolen include a:
Blue 110cc Maximum All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV)
Blue 155cc ATV
Red 100cc ATV
White, red and black 110cc dune buggy
Red Troy Built four-stroke whipper snipper

More than 2,000 members of Algoma Steel’s largest collective bargaining group will vote on possible strike action on Monday, July 4.

The Swing bridge on Manitoulin Island will undergo maintenance for next few weeks.

Sudbury city council is giving the go-ahead to the $98.5M Junction East project

Nipissing Temiskaming MP Anthony Rota says just over 100k in funding is coming to support five organizations through the New Horizons for Seniors Program, at Nipissing Serenity Hospice, Tuesday.

Work to replace the Bruce Ave. bridge in South Porcupine begins next week, expected to last until the fall.

Registration is underway for a four-week Lego program at the James L. McIntyre Centennial Library in SSM.

Wiikwemkoong High School held a celebration this week, for a small by mighty Class of 2022, with 9 students.

The Township of Assiginack is celebrating Canada Day by renaming its marina in memory of the late OPP Constable Marc Hovingh.

The federal government is kicking in $2.6 million in support for Greater Sudbury’s airport through the Airport Capital Assistance Program.

Canada Day activities are back across Manitoulin on July 1 and 2 in Manitowaning, Little Current, Mindemoya, Providence Bay, Ice Lake, Gore Bay, Silver Water and Whitefish Falls.

A Multi-vehicle collision held up traffic yesterday in Sault Ste Marie at Lake and McNabb, sending one to hospital.