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Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines for Tuesday, November 8

More than 50,000 Ontario education workers will be back at work today, while CUPE and the Government… head back to the negotiating table. This is after the union representing 55,000 education workers agreed to stop strike action when the government Tuesday agreed to repeal a controversial law that imposed contracts on them.

Greater Sudbury Fire Services continues to investigate the cause of a Howie Drive home, porch fire in the Minnow Lake area.

Timmins City Hall says they’re aiming to have construction on Algonquin Blvd. wrapped up by the end of the month, reopening between Thériault Blvd. and Wilcox St. The short stretch between Wilcox and Mountjoy will be completed in the spring, along with the reconstruction of Algonquin up to Cedar St.

The town of Callander is announcing the new pavilion in Centennial Park as part of the downtown and waterfront revitalization plan, named after former Mayor ‘Hec’ Lavigne.

While not everyone in the Algoma area has their power back on this morning, PUC Services says all power has been restored to Sault Ste. Marie.

Registrations are now open for the 2023 Sudbury Music Festival, formally the Kiwanis Music Festival of Sudbury, to be held in person, in the spring for the first time in 2-years.

The Kearney and Area Public Library and the Sundridge-Strong Union Public Library in Almaguin are hoping to be among the Ontario libraries picked under a grants program that promotes and supports education and community engagement, which could see them receive $10,000 to $50,000 each.

Meanwhile, a 7.8% funding boost from the province over the next three years, totaling more than $6.3 million will enable the District of Nipissing Social Services Administration Board to hire additional paramedics.

The Timmins Pro Snow Cross Challenge at Hollinger Park says they will be pumping the breaks on an event come spring due to ongoing struggles with getting equipment and involved before a set deadline.

The Sault Ste. Marie Police Service is requesting public assistance to locate 28-year-old Cameron Watson-Davis.

Greater Sudbury Police are looking for a missing 14-year-old girl. Talyia Doucette-Madigan may be in the New Sudbury area.  She is Caucasian, 5-foot-1 and 95 pounds, with shoulder -length blond hair, blue eyes, khaki cargo pants, a blue ‘Care Bear’ hoodie, and a yellow plaid backpack.

Sudbury city council will try to find $17.7 million is savings ahead of the next budget, all to keep the next property tax increase to 3.7 percent.

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