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News headlines for Wednesday, September 6

Sudbury Student Services Consortium says after multiple cancellations when it came to your child’s driver… things are looking OK on the school bus front with drivers able to cover all the routes.

The temporary closure of the Laurier Woods Conservation Area, slated to start today for boardwalk reconstruction is being pushed back two weeks.

The Timmins Food Bank Thrift Shop at the former Nativity Church on Spruce St. N. in Timmins is expanding their hours, and needs volunteers.

The Sault Ste. Marie Police Service is hoping someone has information to confirm the wellbeing and whereabouts of a missing man this morning, 62-year-old Philip Lucas.

The Sudbury Food Bank is helping a record number of people in its 35-year history and is gladly accepting non-perishable food items.

In North Bay, if you’ve got an extra room… and would like to make some extra cash… there is a growing need over the lack of housing for college and university students studying in North Bay.

Timmins Council once again opening the door on the issue of storage containers in the city. Back in May, a tie vote resulted in the defeat of a bylaw amendment that would have allowed railway or ship containers in residential and commercial areas.

The group known as Living History Algoma is hoping a new video series is hoping many will look forward to a look back with the ‘Moments in Algoma PSA’ series, designed to highlight notable historical figures through short movies.

And Jake Rhodes from Burk’s Falls, has won the 2023 U.S. Open Chainsaw Sculpture Championship in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Rhodes was the only Canadian carver, and pleasantly surprised to find out… he’d made the cut.

Sudbury has activated their Hot Weather Response Plan for the second straight day. Cooling centres are open across the city, including at the cities library locations.

Nipissing MPP Vic Fedeli has announced $1.3 million is heading to the North Bay Regional Health Centre to reduce wait times and provide people with faster and easier access to timely care close to home.

A special weather statement issued for Timmins, Kapuskasing, Cochrane, Iroquois Falls and surrounding areas as heavy rainfall could bring with it 30 – 50mm.

International Bridge traffic up almost 50% in August. While numbers are up, total crossings are still down 30% year-to-date when compared to pre-pandemic traffic volumes.

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