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Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines for Monday January 23

The Timmins Police Service is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing person, 31-year-old Kristin Noah.
She is described as an Indigenous female person, 31 years old – 5’4” tall, medium complexion, brown eyes, and black shoulder-length hair. She was last seen wearing a black jacket, a cream-coloured hoodie, and black pants.

Earthquakes Canada has confirmed there was an earthquake near Sudbury on Sunday. The event’s magnitude was 2.8, and it occurred at 2:17 p.m. Vale was investigating.

The discussion in North Bay continues as, according to the city, services that help the city’s homeless population continue to operate at full capacity.

Timmins Drivers are being reminded of snow removal personnel out and about this morning, active on a number of streets in the areas of Mountjoy street North and Theriault Blvd.

A preliminary budget is being presented at Sault Ste Marie city council on Monday. Among the increases, Sault Ste. Marie Police Service is proposing a 4.59 percent budget increase over last year.

The Timiskaming Health Unit says visitor restrictions are still in place after declaring an outbreak at Northdale Manor in New Liskeard. The outbreak at Temiskaming Hospital is still listed as active.

The improved Pickerel River Bridge in the French River area has been upgraded for sledders. The $122,504 project began earlier this year after the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation announced up to 50 percent support on the costs.

Wikwemikong Tourism on Manitoulin has partnered with Explore Manitoulin and the Wiikwemkoong Anglers to enter Manitoulin Island into the Ontario Ice Fishing Challenge.

All Sault Area Hospital information and communication services have been restored, following what the hospital calls “technical issues” impacting its information and communication system, including the hospital’s telephone service.

Timiskaming Home Support will enact fee increases for light housekeeping services effective February 1.

An aggressive moose harassing guests and park officials at Windy Lake Provincial Park has been removed. They say normally, a moose would have been a welcomed addition, but not… if it’s aggressive.

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