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Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines for Monday, November 7

Rainbow District School Board will resume in-person classes this morning, while in Nipissing this morning, all Near North schools are closed due to the CUPE strike.  Elsewhere, classes will continue at Algoma District School Board, noting high school cafeterias are closed until further notice. And District School Board Ontario Northeast said its schools will remain open as long as it is safe to do so.

Hydro One has restored power to over 95,600 customers after damaging winds passed through parts of the southwest, central and northern Ontario this Saturday. Some are still without outpower, and those with questions should contact their provider.
UPDATE: Power line repair crews continue to restore power Monday to hundreds in the northeast after strong winds downed trees causing outages for nearly 100,000 customers in Ontario over the weekend.

Cambrian College is rolling out the welcome mat for its annual Fall Open House, this coming Saturday, November 12th.

The Connecting link reconstruction project is continuing in Timmins and a water main break has forced the closure of Algonquin between Pine and Balsam until at least yesterday morning.

The bill to rehabilitate one of three filters at the Haileybury water treatment plant is expected to cost more than $360,000.

Sault Ste Marie Council will discuss a number of projects including 220 residential units proposed at 130 Wellington St. E., originally the home of Sault Technical and Commercial High School, then Lakeway Collegiate and Vocational School, and finally St. Mary’s College.

Safe Ride Home Sudbury is back after two-year hiatus, helping an average of 8,000 Greater Sudbury residents get home safely until just after the new year.

Cross-country runners from Englehart High School and Timiskaming District Secondary School are heading to the provincial championships near Uxbridge.

Northern health and safety training school NORCAT is celebrating another expansion of its Timmins operations, responding to increasing demand for mining industry training.

In Greater Sudbury, Lockerby Legion Branch No. 564 anniversary celebration on Sunday, at which they celebrated 65 years as an organization.

The poppy campaign is in full swing across Northern Ontario ahead of Remembrance Day, Friday.

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