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Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines for Wednesday, February 1

Crews in Greater Sudbury worked through the night to restore power in the area of the Hilton Garden Inn to Northern Nissan on both sides of the Kingsway. This is after a vehicle collided with a power pole.

North Bay sidewalk expansion project is slated to resume this spring. The multi-year construction project aimed at improving access to existing transit stops by expanding the City’s network of sidewalks.

The winter roads serving northern communities have opened, with some restrictions. The James Bay winter road opened yesterday morning to lighter vehicles.

Sault. Ste. Marie Police Service has seized a dirt bike, believe to have been stolen. It is yellow, black and red. The owner is asked to call Police to collect their property.

The City of Greater Sudbury is hosting online budget 2023 information sessions starting tonight and on the 6th.

If you think it’s cold, you’re not alone. Weather meteorologists say the polar vortex is back, much to the chagrin of Canadians across the country. With it will come extremely bitter wind chills in parts of Central and Eastern Canada, including much of Ontario.

Sudbury’s Laurentian University announced Tuesday it would take the next steps in the hopes of reopening its pool.

The university said there has been a high level of interest in terms of reopening the Jeno Tihanyi Olympic Gold pool and said it will begin testing in February.

The Power outage in the Chelmsford end of East End into parts of Azilda has been restored. At its height, over 1,330 customers were affected.

Sault Ste Marie city council is recommended to approve hiring four additional firefighters

North Bay is starting snow bank removal in the downtown core. Patience is appreciated.

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