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News headlines for Monday, July 17

Negations continue in Greater Sudbury. CUPE Local 4705 and the city, at last report, had reached an “impasse” in collective bargaining when it comes to Outside workers.

A new piece of community art is now up at the North Bay waterfront, unveiled by Clean Green Beautiful North Bay.
Timmins Police is asking to limit your visits to headquarters on Spruce St. S. this week as repairs are being done to the vestibule.

The Northern Ontario Tourism Summit will be headed to the Sault this fall, bringing together operators, communities, advisors, and other participants together.

Greater Sudbury Police are seeking a missing person, a woman who goes by the names of “Fatney” and “Paris” The woman is described as 5-4, 120 pounds, with brown hair and eyes. She is known to wear wigs. Her natural hair is short.

North Bay Rotary celebrated 100 years of Rotary service in North Bay on the weekend with a party at the splash pad.

Those looking to downsize from bulky items in Timmins curbside can do so north of Ross and Jubilee this week, starting at Airport Road, working east to Highway 655.

In Elliot Lake, the Gentle Shepherd Church’s annual Soapbox Derby, scheduled for Saturday, July 15, was rescheduled due to rain.

There will no longer be an ATM machine located in Haileybury at Desjardins Ontario Credit Union’s Main Street location beginning August 31st.

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