Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines for Monday, July 4

The Canada Summer Jobs Program in Nickle Belt is receiving $1.6 million in federal funding.

North Bay Police Service is hiring part-time special constables.

After almost five years of effort, the Constance Lake First Nation (CLFN) community has a new fire truck.

Sault Ste Marie Malcolm While is calling on the Sault Ste. Marie Police Services Board to start saving for the time they need a new facility.

The City of Temiskaming Shores has deferred a decision on awarding an animal control contract until July 12.

A recent survey commissioned by The Northern Ontario Coalition for a French-Language University says support continues to mount for a standalone French-Language University in Sudbury.

The North Bay Women Ultimate team will represent the city at the Canadian Ultimate Championships this year.

The Hollinger Open Pit Lookout is once again open to the public for the summer.

The Gros Cap site in Sault Ste Marie has been renamed Bobbi Bennett, Memorial Park.

Routine water sampling will be carried out at public beaches across the Temiskaming region this summer.

Greater Sudbury Fire Services responded to a small bush fire near Ignatius St, behind Cityview Gardens on Ste Anne Rd, downtown noting there was is no danger or damage reported to nearby properties at this time.

Temagami councillor John Shymko has resigned from Temiskaming council and will be assuming the Recreation and Facilities coordinator position.

The GatewayTheatre Guild in North Bay will be running its first full regular season since 2019 this fall.

A 65-year-old suspect in Timmins is facing charges for allegedly using an “air cannon,” or a device that makes extremely loud, air raid-like noises at a leased airport hangar on General Aviation Road.

Sault Ste. Marie Fire Services is helping seniors living alone protect themselves against fire by using the Assisting Seniors Awareness Program or Project ASAP.

Latchford ratepayers will see a one percent increase in their tax levy.