Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines for Thursday, November 24

Greater Sudbury is getting federal funds for an electric bus fleet feasibility study. The goal is to lay the groundwork for Sudbury to transition to a full zero-emission bus fleet.

Some Grade 8 science Students at West Ferris Secondary School will be taking part in an international Monday, to the international space station. The board says the students have been preparing to ask an astronaut questions about their experience in space.

A boil water in Porcupine remains in effect. It pertains to the area East of Ferguson Rd and Bristol Rd. This is as the city replaced a main valve on the supply line.

The Municipality of Callander seeks applications for various committees and community groups.

The Town of Gore Bay has been turned down in its request to purchase the Woods Lane Apartment building. The hope was to turn it into senior housing.

During next week’s Greater Sudbury council meeting, a discussion is expected of a revitalization plan that will realign community expectations with the city’s capacities.

Newly elected Mayor Matthew Shoemaker will make his weekly schedule available to the public. The hope, according to the Mayor is to maintain office transparency and “further the public’s awareness of his work and activities.”

The Porcupine Horticultural Society says that when the city lights up the tree this year, it will be one of their 18-foot trees, planted a few years ago next to the Scout Hall on Legion Drive.

Greater Sudbury Police Service is introducing a new program designed to increase safety and accessibility to officers downtown with the use of “Fat Bikes”