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News headlines for Tuesday, November 14

Greater Sudbury says they they’re continuing to work at night. They say while it’s better for businesses and residents, it’s costlier. That said, they are looking for ways to get more done.

Burk’s Falls is discussing the possibility that a new regional fire hall may have ambulance component. An engineer has estimated that the new fire hall would cost $6 million with EMS covering $2.3 million of that amount.

For those with family in Gogama, their drinking water advisory has been lifted.

The Algoma U, student union has plans to expand campus food pantry. University’s $50K infuse will also help create new food pantry at its Brampton campus

Ontario Northland is conducting Community Connection events around the north and will release a report sometime in 2024.

The Tree of Dreams Toy Drive is once again collecting toys in Greater Sudbury. The group “Our Children, Our Future and Toys R Us Sudbury” have joined forces to ensure everyone has something on Christmas day.

The North Bay Police Service is once again putting out a call for experienced emergency services dispatchers and call-takers. The need is there and they’re looking to hire.

Timmins Police are looking for the public’s help to locate a missing woman.
Amber Lafortune is 29. She is described as a Caucasian female, 5’4″ tall, 110 lbs with long brown hair usually worn in a ponytail and brown eyes. Amber was last seen wearing a black sweatshirt, black jogging pants, and carrying a black backpack.

Prince township library plans to introduce decodable books for kids that find printed materials a challenge. An open house is slated for Nov. 23

Sheguiandah speed limit has been set at 60kph.

The City of Greater Sudbury’s proposed 2024-25 budget is being tabled on Nov. 15.

A public open house will be held at North Bay City Hall on Nov. 22, as part of the development of a strategy to enhance the safety of city streets and sidewalks.

In Timmins until 7 p.m., Aura Lake Road will be temporarily closed between Father Costello Drive and Croatia Avenue. It’s due to larger vehicle loads coming through.

Residents in Sault Ste. Marie is heading back to the box office. Stardust Pictures Studios Inc. recently finished shooting a comedy called Wingman last month and they day it won’t be the last for the Sault on the Silver Screen.


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