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Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines for Monday, December 5th

Sault police are looking to deter impaired driving this holiday season by turning the key on their FESTIVE RIDE program rolling out until the end of the year.

Laurentian University’s board of governors says the word on the university’s new interim leaders will come in the coming days.

The lights are back on, following a weekend power outage affecting an estimated 3000 customers in West Nipissing.

Those responsible for the new Duchesnay Creek Bridge on Highway 17B at Nipissing First Nation have received the Northern Ontario Excellence Award for Wood Design.

Paramedics, police and fire crews were on the scene after a collision Sunday between two SUVs at the intersection of Pine Street and McNabb Street in Sault Ste Marie.

Plans to renovate the former Reel to Reel movie theatre are moving forward in Elliot Lake, following approval from city council and a Fednor Grant.

With snow in the forecast, the Englehart Nordic Ski Club is continuing to glide along with its groomer program.

Lo-Ellen Park Secondary School in Greater Sudbury, played host to the FIRST Robotics weekend, Tech Qualifier with students competing, from across Sudbury, North Bay, Manitoulin Island, Bruce County and Toronto.

North Bay’s Compassionate Committee for the Homeless is in the midst of its second annual Soles for Souls campaign, collecting warm winter gear for those in need.

A new veterinarian clinic in Callander, Dr. Haris Aziz, has joined the Callander Animal Hospital team, looking forward to helping ease the demand for care.

CMHA is now eyeing the former homeless shelter in Timmins for potential usage.

The city of Temiskaming Shores will once again coordinate a showcase of Northern Ontario businesses and organizations at the 2023 Northern Ontario Mining Showcase (NOMS) at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada’s mineral exploration and mining convention in Toronto in the new year.

Ontario education support workers have voted to ratify a new deal with the provincial government when it comes to a tentative agreement. CUPE, which represents about 55,000 workers, announced the ratification this morning, with roughly 73 percent of members voting to accept the tentative agreement.

North Bay Fire Department answered the call for service to put out a small transport fire yesterday at around the dinner hour. It happened in the 1400 block of Main Street West in the parking lot of a food warehouse.

Taking the bus in Timmins will cost a little more in the New Year. Timmins Transit fares are increasing on Jan. 1.  For single rides, the price will increase 25 cents.

According to the city bylaw, that puts the cost of an adult single ride at $3.50, seniors and students at $3.25 and a day pass at $8.25. For Handy Transit, the cost for a single ride for adults will be $3.50, and $3.25 for students and seniors.

The Sault Ste. Marie Police Service is requesting public assistance to locate 35-year-old Rebecca STEVENS. She was last seen at approximately 4 pm on Friday the 2nd of December 2022 in the area of 1500 block of Trunk Road. Rebecca is described as 5’8″ 120 lbs., thin build, long dark hair possibly having sides shaved and wearing dark clothing.

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