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Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines for Tuesday, January 17

Snowmobile Safety Week runs January 14th -22nd and sledders are reminded to take all the regular safety precautions in addition to checking ice depth.

LifeLabs in Azilda will be closed for at least a month. This is as needed repairs are carried out due to a collision at the site.

Laurentian Ski Hill in North Bay is reporting more delays. After mild temperatures delayed opening, mechanical issues with a chairlift system have forced the hill to postpone a number of activities.
The U-Haul Growth Index shows North Bay has fallen from the top spot in 2020 and 2021 to 11th in 2022. Greater Sudbury sits in 7th place.

Housing Prices in Canada are slowly receding. The Canadian Real Estate Association says the average price of a Canadian home that sold in December was just over $626,000 a decline of more than 12 percent from where it was the same month a year ago.

Sault Police Service hopes to determine the whereabouts of 35-year-old Alana Agawa who has not been seen since last Thursday when she was spotted in the 500 block of Queen Street West.

The union representing CRA employees in Greater Sudbury says the federal government’s return-to-office requirements are a key reason that contract negotiations have broken down. Concerns now include long commute times and lack of child care.

The Lee Park skating oval in North Bay is now open for the season. The Lee Park skating trails, however, will need some more work but the hope is to open in the coming days.

Timmins Drivers are being reminded of snow removal personnel this morning, working in the areas of Wilson from Mountjoy to Mattagami, and Mountjoy from Third to the dead end.

This week is National Non-Smoking Week – a week focused on helping people quit smoking as well as trying to prevent others from starting.

The Humane Society in Sault Ste Marie putting out a call for prospective cat owners after a surge in the kitten population.

A new transit provider in Temiskaming Shores and Cobalt is off and rolling along with a shuttle service at peak times. The existing taxi service will be available.

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