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News Headlines for Wednesday, April 26

New Cambrian College President Kristine Morrissey will begin her new role at the school May 15.

In North Bay, the Capitol Centre will be launching the 2023-24 Season with an event May 18th.

In Timmins Members of the Timmins Porcupine Figure Skating Club will wrap their season at the Archie Dillon Sportsplex on Thursday.

The District of Sault Ste. Marie Social Services Administration Board has approved the contracting of out some of the cleaning of its ambulances between calls for service.

There are calls to extend this year’s tax deadline amid a federal public service strike. Some say it’s making it hard to file on time. Experts are still urging Canadians to make every effort to file by May 1.

Greater Sudbury city council has made a change of course indicating that this year’s water main and road rehabilitation project on Sparks Street will not include the construction of a sidewalk along its north side.

Greater Sudbury Police say a previously missing person, known only as “Trevor” has been located in good health.
Four projects in the South River area are getting $1.9 million in provincial funding. Included is $189,000 that will go toward the modernization of the South River Train Station.

Elliot Lake City Council is giving the green light to zoning amendments on two different properties paving the way for a hotel and a heating and plumbing shop which would include public storage.

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