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Here’s a look at this mornings headlines for Wednesday, December 7

Costco in Greater Sudbury says gas pumps could open as soon as Friday.

Clean-up work on a narrow stretch of the northbound lanes of Highway 11 North just south of Powassan will be complete by early December.

L’Université de Hearst and Collège Boréal has broadened their agreement to have college grads move on to university studies.

Employers wanting to hire summer students next year can now apply for the Canada Summer Jobs 2023 program.

The city of Greater Sudbury and the Sudbury Public Library have teamed up to hand out 12-ounce reusable plastic cups as an educational tool to help Sudburians use less salt on their driveways and walkways.

This week, the newest form of Mattawa city council held its inaugural meeting.

Timmins Police are advising drivers to have emergency travel kits in their cars, especially if they plan on travelling in the coming weeks.

Tourism Sault Ste. Marie has joined the Bon Soo board of directors this year with plans to celebrate the two-week-long winter carnival’s 60th birthday for the new year.

The Sports for Kids office is closed for in-person applications until further notice but say they are still accepting applications by email.

Sault Ste Marie unemployment numbers remain low according to the municipality, while jobs are said to be plentiful. In November, there were 35,400 people over the age of 15 years old employed in the city.

In Greater Sudbury, funding is in place to build a new $40 million film studio on the same piece of land once eyed for KED.

The community of Tehkummah is continuing to rally following a fire on Manitoulin that raised a single dwelling.

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