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Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines for Friday, December 2

Laurentian University has added four people to its board of governors, as it seeks to rebuild after emerging from insolvency last month, and a key part of the process is renewing its board of governors.

The Coniston Community Action Network in Greater Sudbury is hosting the community’s first annual Christmas parade and tree-lighting event, tonight and tomorrow.

DNSSAB says the transition of paramedic services for the Nipissing region is now under its jurisdiction.

Timmins-James Bay MP Charlie Angus is introducing a bill, with the hopes to prevent public institutions from seeking protection under the Companies Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA).

Soo Police have joined up with officers from the Anishinabek Police Service, Sault OPP and RCMP to launch the area’s first 2022 Festive RIDE Campaign.

Meanwhile, East Algoma OPP is reminding vehicle owners to lock their unattended vehicles at all times, even in their own driveways.

The City of Greater Sudbury is hosting its annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony on Dec. 2 outside Tom Davies Square.

Thirty-four volunteers in Nipissing were recognized this week, by Nipissing MPP Vic Fedeli with a Volunteer Service Award. The annual award honours “the exceptional contributions of individuals providing dedicated service to a single organization”.

Attention Art Lovers everywhere, 70 years of Porcupine Art Club paintings are on display at Timmins Museum until the end of the month.

The Sault Ste. Marie has submitted a proposal to host the federal agency, Canadian Water Agency, within the city, which focuses on ways to keep fresh water safe, clean, and well-managed.

The Compassionate Committee for the Homeless in North Bay is holding an information session on how local groups support those experiencing homelessness, tonight at 6:30 at Trinity United Church.

In Elliot Lake, the Shelter for Animals in distress has announced a new location. They will be moving to their new location at 37 Timber Rd., adopting a new name in the New year.

The Sault Area Hospital says, as a way to give back to the community, they will not be charging parking fees for the month of December.

Greater Sudbury Police are asking for the public’s assistance to locate a missing teen, 16-year-old Hannah Blair, last seen Nov. 30 in the area of Walford Road.  Blair is described as 5-4 tall, with a medium build and short, curly brown hair, and blue eyes. The girl was wearing grey and white camo pants/leggings, a white T-shirt, a blue jacket, black and white tie-dye Crocs and white socks.

The Village of Sundridge is getting into the Christmas mood by once again holding its Holiday Community Spirit Contest asking residents to decorate their homes and businesses with Christmas lights and ornaments,

The Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) and the Ontario Federation of All Terrain Vehicle Clubs (OFATV) have joined forces, announcing a Memorandum of Understanding.

Timmins Police have announced they will be out until the end of the year with their Festive RIDE stop program.

As the shopping season heats up East Algoma OPP is the first to issue a reminder to lock your vehicles, even if it’s in your driveway.

The lights will be bright in Latchford tonight with tree-lighting ceremonies that begin at 6:30 p.m. on December 2. And in Haileybury, the public is invited to gather around 6:45 p.m., with the festive lighting of the cenotaph park at 7 p.m. followed by a visit from the man in red.

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