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News headlines for Monday, November 20

The ongoing asphalt and underground infrastructure project on The Kingsway in Greater Sudbury, slated to cost $11-million dollars is on schedule and on budget.

North Bay Hydro is notifying its customers in the Silver Lady Lane and Highway 63 area of a planned hydro outage on Wednesday, Nov. 22. A portion of residents on Anita Avenue will also be affected.

Timmins Police Chief Dan Foy is leaving the position less than two years after assuming the role. Interim leadership changes have been announced, with Henry Da-costa stepping into the role.

Sault Ste Marie is being asked to consider hiring an Indigenous policy and process renewal advisor.

Elliot Lake council has received a report regarding an approval of the roughly $86k ($86,027) for structure mitigation efforts at the Centennial Arena.

The latest report out of Temiskaming Shores says area Fire trucks that are aging but still in good shape should be allowed for usage by municipalities.

The City of Greater Sudbury has offered positions to 42 volunteer firefighter recruits, who will undergo their first 10 hours of training during the first weekend of December.

In North Bay, Northern Pines, an innovative transitional housing complex on Chippewa Street, has welcomed six new residents, as just one phase of the project.

Francophone not-for-profits are getting a boost in Timmins. Impact-ON is hosting a workshop for not for profits to learn more about diversifying their revenue streams using the work they’re already doing Nov. 28 and 29th

The city of Greater Sudbury says the Kingsway to be clear of construction within a few weeks, weather dependent.

Corina Moore, who resigned from her position the President and CEO and Ontario Northland in October of 2022, has been named the new Executive Vice President for Transportation and Infrastructure for WSP Canada.

The Town of Kirkland Lake has launched what it is calling a strategic planning process and is seeking public input.

Temiskaming OPP has implemented a new program called CAMSafe, aimed at creating a database of residential and commercial security cameras within a community that may act as a resource for police during an investigating.

Sault city council will be starting budget deliberations by staring at possible $13.5M hike in operating budget.

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