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Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines for Tuesday, November 22

The City of Greater Sudbury is issuing free plastic cups to help residents properly appropriate the amount of salt to apply to surfaces to prevent slips during the winter months.

North Bay Police Services is getting just under $175k ($174,228) from the Province to acquire or enhance Automated Licence Plate Recognition (ALPR) technology.

Meanwhile, a Timmins woman will have her day in court after her vehicle struck a Hydro Poll over the weekend, on Wilcox Street.

Sault City Council has approved a request to have staff issue a report on the former General and Plummer Hospital sites.

And Nestle’s Nespresso coffee business is launching paper-based compostable capsules with the hope to keep plastic out of landfills.

Animal welfare group, Petsave in Greater Sudbury is encouraging adoptions within the community after becoming overwhelmed by intakes.

250 Clark in Powassan is gearing up for its fourth annual Handmade Christmas Market, this weekend.

The Timmins campus of Northern College is now home to an Early Childhood Education Lab, allowing kids who visit to interact with the students.

The addition of a Boardwalk promenade in Sault Ste Marie has been approved by city council.

The inaugural meeting of the newly elected Elliot Lake council took place this evening to a full house in the city council chambers attended by family, friends and supporters.

Starting in Greater Sudbury, repairs are complete following a water main impacting municipal water customers on Paris Street, downtown and around the Four Corners.

Nipissing University has honoured five of its own at this years, Alumni Awards, as all part of the homecoming weekend celebrations.

Tourism Timmins and the Community Park Association say the light-up Hollinger Park event goes this weekend.
The inaugural meeting of the newly elected Elliot Lake council took place this week, with the newly sworn-in council consisting of Mayor Chris Patrie.

A successful pilot project in Sault is becoming a permanent part of the city’s transit program, allowing adults to accompany children to recreational services at no cost between June 27 and Sept. 6.

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