Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines for Monday, October 3

Cambrian College in Greater Sudbury is creating a one-year course for emergency services dispatchers.

Workplace Safety North is offering free mental health training sessions in the month of October in both Sudbury and Timmins.

Cobalt refinery construction is on track for spring start-up with hopes to eventually supply battery manufacturers in the auto industry.

The indigenous university officially opened in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario’s ninth such school. Anishinaabe culture and language.

Gore Bay council has given its approval for a 20 percent surcharge to be applied to all water/sewer users for Gordon/Barrie Island, effective January 1, 2023.

Age requirement for the use of the Earlton Fitness Center is being discussed at the Armstrong Township council table.

Algonquin Avenue in North Bay will be reduced to one lane of traffic in both directions for a three-week period starting Monday as part of ongoing intersection improvements.

In Sault Ste. Marie, Police are asking for the public’s help locating a missing 21-year-old, Stacia Nootchaim, last seen on Sept. 28 on McDougald Street.

In Whitefish River, the former chief and current band councillor Leona Nahwegahbow will be stepping in to fill in the role as chief until the next band election.

For the first time, Temiskaming Shores residents will have options come election time, with options to vote by phone or online, in addition to in person.

FedNor has announced just over $400k to expand the Northern Ontario Mining Showcase at the 2023 Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) Convention and Expo in Montreal.

Greater Sudbury Police services have begun rebuilding the auxiliary members’ program, with six auxiliary constables appointed during last week’s police board meeting.

The Mattawa Museum open house was Step back in time on October 2nd from 10 to 4

Sault Area Hospital’s cardiac care unit is getting a financial boost from the province in the amount of $3.4 million dollars for a new cardiac catheterization lab.

The Manitoulin Island Cycling Advocates micro-ability share charging station project is now up and running at 7 locations on the island.

The city of Greater Sudbury’s planning committee has approved bylaw amendments for 30 units in three buildings to be constructed off Cote Boulevard in Hanmer.

Over $800,000 is being spent through the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation for the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs to improve snowmobile trails throughout northern Ontario.

The Elliot Lake animal shelter is closer, looking for a new location in the city.

Sault Ste. Marie Police Services Board is looking at a $33.8 million budget for 2023, up 5.6 percent from this year.