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News headlines for Wednesday, December 6

We’re a season away from pothole season, but the latest reports indicate Operating costs of Python 5000 apparently outweigh the benefits in Greater Sudbury.

Tourism North Bay is making a guided tour of the city landmarks.

Timmins Police are reminding snowmobile drivers to operate with the proper safety gear including a helmet, following a recent collision.

The City of Sault Ste Marie has started interviewing CAO candidates… currently, 108 people have applied.

Wiikwemkoong Tourism has taken part in what they’re calling a voyage to Germany to promote Indigenous tourism

Laurentian University has announced that Dr. Lynn Wells has been appointed as the 12th president and vice-chancellor.

The Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board is extending warm congratulations to Barbara McCool who has retired after 46 years of service to the school board. Catholic Education and NPSC.

The Sault Area Hospital’s latest numbers indicate the current surgical waitlist has just over 1,300 (1,329) patients, with 237 patients exceeding target times.

The Porcupine Health Unit has launched a short survey among French-speaking clients asking about the service they are receiving for the purposes of evaluation.

There are more questions than answers after a Roman Catholic church bell, weighing 400 lbs was apparently taken from St. Christopher Catholic Church in Whitefish.

A report by Greater Sudbury Fire Services Assistant Deputy Chief Craig Lawrence is advising against the option for reduced training hours for firefighters.

Drivers are being reminded to stay alert at a Timmins intersection. This is after everything from close calls to crashes at the intersection of Highway 655 and Algonquin Boulevard.

The discussion continues as to what to next as a recent report in the Nipissing District says ‘year-over-year decrease’ in job postings continues.

Thanks to a relatively dry November, levels at lakes Superior, Huron are reporting a decline.

Similar to a 2023 provincial Hunger Report released last week, Food Bank services on Manitoulin Island are facing a large increase in visitors needing this support.

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