Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines for Tuesday, September 20

One new wildfire ignited south of Sudbury. Parry Sound 20 measures 0.1 of a hectare and is located on the southern shore of Noganosh Lake, approximately 116 km from Sudbury.

The ministry also said there is one other active wildfire in the northeast region, and it is being observed.

An all-candidates meeting has been scheduled at the Calvin Community Centre tonight from 7 to 10:15 p.m.

A light-pollution bylaw will be discussed tonight at Sault Ste. Marie.

The 34th annual Cinefest Sudbury International Film Festival is underway and will play for the rest of the week.

A full-scale live emergency exercise is slated to take part in just over 24 hours at the Jack Garland Airport in North Bay with a reminder to the public there will be no concern for public safety.

A winner has been declared for this year’s Burger Wars with The Food Truck in New Sudbury taking the top spot.

Blasting has started at the Dynamic Earth science centre in Sudbury, Ont., for a new underground exhibit that should recreate a modern mine.

The North Bay–Parry Sound District Health Unit has closed its office in Parry Sound due to water damage.

The Timmins Youth wellness hub is marking 4 years this week, expressing a growing desire to reach those 18-25.