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News headlines for Thursday, July 13

The deadline to weigh in on the Housing Supply Strategy is approaching. July 15th marks the last day to provide feedback on the city’s proposal.

The North Bay Heritage Gardeners’ $250,000 waterfront Canada Place project has been unanimously approved for work in the days ahead

There will be limited access to the Timmins Police Station next week. All to allow for repairs to the vestibule, access to the main entrance at the Spruce Street South building is limited from July 17-21.

Former North Bay Battalion and Sault native, Stanley Cup champion Michael Amadio is bringing home the Stanley Cup on July 19. Amadio will be available for autographs and photographs with the Cup next at GFL Memorial Gardens.

The Town of Gore Bay has opened a new walking trail, adjacent to the Renie Noble Nature Trail, off of East Street.

Greater Sudbury firefighters responded to a call today at Vale’s Copper Cliff complex that caught fire on Monday. It happened in the furnace building. Thankfully the fire was snuffed out without injury.

The Mattawa lighthouse is gaining a new life thanks to volunteers. By the month’s end, the plan is to unveil the new and improved landmark.

A review of the current location of the city of Timmins emergency shelter is moving ahead. Timmins council approved a motion to review the current location of Living Space on Spruce Street South. It does not mean that the facility will move.

Lifeguard Supervision at Clear Lake Beach in Espanola has begun. Staff are on site 12-4pm Monday to Friday for the month of July.

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