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Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines for Friday, November 18

Parents in Ontario have a weekend of uncertainty and waiting ahead as another possible strike by education workers is possible. This is after talks between the Province came to a stall once again this week. If a deal with the province isn’t reached by 5 p.m. on Sunday, CUPE and its 55,000 workers will walk out for the second time this school year.

Premier Doug Ford will be making an announcement today in Timmins, about water management with Timmins MPP and Minister of Mines George Pirie. It will happen at Newmont Porcupine.

Greater Sudbury city council has been sworn during a ceremony at Tom Davies Square. The new installment of city council is led by Mayor Paul Lefebvre.

In Nipissing, Conseil scolaire catholique Franco-Nord introduced the newly elected trustees during the inaugural ceremony and meeting this week.

The Timmins Police Service is seeking the public’s assistance in locating 33-year-old, Jessica Lefebvre.

The Near North District School Board (NNDSB) is warning parents that its schools wll close if CUPE strikes Monday.

Vale Canada to supply General Motors with battery-grade nickel. It’s for 350,000 electric vehicles per year beginning by 2026.

The Sault Ste. Marie Public Library is encouraging everyone in their area to put a little warmth back into a chilly time of ear. Until Dec. 31, winter items such as gloves, hats, scarves, and other accessories can be donated, which will be made free for anyone who needs them.

 

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