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News headlines for Friday, November 17

Despite the fact that Province-wide real estate prices fell in October, data released Wednesday shows single-family home sales are up 6.4% over last year in Sudbury.

Tourism North Bay says they will hosting the Northern Ontario Tourism Summit in partnership with Nature and Outdoor Tourism Ontario (NOTO) and Destination Northern Ontario (DNO) in late fall 2024.

In Timmins this year, the Crawford Street watermain was extended from Nadine Avenue to Clement. The road is now being remediated to be fit for winter driving.

Three are vying for chief of Sheshegwaning First Nation on Manitoulin Island as 11 run for band council seats.

Sault Ste. Marie is consider a proposal that Frontenac Street be connected to Highway 17 East to provide an alternative route in and out of the city.

Greater Sudbury residents are being asked to consider participating in a plasma donation drive this Saturday. It’s the third year the drive has been held in Sudbury.

Not to be concerned… as an Emergency Response Team training events is being held at the North Bay Regional Health Centre Friday. They will be running between 9 am and 10:30 am

The town of Timmins is nailing down more details on how to sell $10 plots of land in a meeting with developers and marketers today.

The city has received two proposals to develop the New Liskeard marina property.

After years of delay… the  $11.6 million dollar downtown plaza in Sault Ste Marie has officially opened.

Two northern airports are sharing $500K in maintenance funds from the Federal Government. Moosonee Airport receives funding for new grader for snow removal while Greater Sudbury Airport receivers funds for animal control fencing.

The North Bay Police Service took part in a training exercise at the North Bay Regional Health Centre today which wrapped up just before 11am. It was planned ahead of time and there was no reason for concern.

The town of Cochrane is supporting a motion headed to Queen’s Park to make it illegal to pass on a double yellow line.

Sault Ste Marie City council will consider a $13.5M hike in operating budget. If city council approves the proposed budget as is, the levy increase will be 7.2 per cent.

There’s still no quit in a local campaign churning away, led by local dairy farmers, to keep the Thornloe Cheese plant opening and functioning.

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