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Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines for Friday, January 13

Greater Sudbury Police Services Board has unanimously approves 5.66% police budget hike up to $72.7 million total.

In North Bay, Sunwing is cancelling its winter flight schedule effective February 1 out of the Jack Garland Airport.

In Timmins, a plan is being formed that will guide the future of culture, tourism and recreation in Timmins.

Sault police service accepting summer job applications from those enrolled in a post-secondary program, and returning to the same in the fall.

Elliot Lake OPP Police are looking for a missing man. 58 year old Paul Rouselle was last seen the morning of Jan 9th. 7 a.m. Traveling in black truck to Montreal, he could be in North Bay.

St. Joseph’s Health Centre in Sudbury is  announcing the launch of its Peer Support Team to work in collaboration with McMaster University and others.

North Bay Police services say their on track in 2023 for body-worn cameras.

Timmins is on the back side of the latest extreme cold weather alert encouraging those in need to head to Living Space Timmins.

Algoma University is accepting applications for its two annual alumni awards presented at the spring convocation.

The Little Current Yacht Club says when warmer weather does come they will float a 2023 season, after an extended hiatus.

Warm weather and heavy snow have delayed the James Bay ice roads by a week. 

The City of Sault Ste. Marie has lifted a winter ban on riding bicycles in bike lanes, while leaving intact a bylaw that closes all bike lanes from Nov. 1 to April 30.

 

 

 

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