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News headlines for Tuesday, April 2

Believe it or not…. an early spring storm is expected to bring strong winds, rain and the potential for significant snow tomorrow through Thursday. A Colorado low is expected to begin affecting the region Tuesday night.

Research and development is continuing at Cambrian College ahead of Research and Innovation Week at the school next week.

Ontario’s fire season starts today with the province’s rules for outdoor burning coming into effect. It goes to Oct. 31.

Some on Cochrane city council is calling for more funding needs to be provided to libraries and museums province-wide.

The Province of Ontario says Highway 11 will see upgrades through Dymond Township and Harley Township in 2024.

Short-term rentals in Greater Sudbury will soon have to be registered with the city. The data collection will establish an inventory of short-term rentals, and includes few requirements which extend beyond existing bylaws

From the good news file, a 20-foot trailer with baking supplies, toiletries, personal care items, and paper products have been delivered to the Nipissing Serenity Hospice. It was all thanks to a local family.

Greater Sudbury Police officers are looking for the public’s help in locating a teen boy. 16-year-old Brody, was last seen in the New Sudbury area on Sunday evening. He is described as six-feet tall and 130 pounds, with short curly brown hair and blue eyes. He was wearing a grey hoodie, a blue shirt, black pants and red Air Jordans.

The Cochrane Polar Bear Riders Snowmobile Club have closed up their trails once again. A small portion of the network had reopened in weeks previous, taking advantage of a dumping of snow.

The city of Sault Ste Marie says that when the multimillion-dollar rebuild of Queen Street is complete, there will be a bike lane on the north side of downtown’s main commercial street.

Ontario’s minimum wage is going up. The province says it will be going up to $17.20 per hour, an increase of 3.9 per cent this fall.

An upcoming left-turn signal will slow traffic on Lasalle Boulevard in Greater Sudbury. Cited as a resolve for safety concerns, a left-turn phase is slated to be added to facilitate westbound traffic turning into a seniors building complex at 901 Lasalle Blvd.

A water main break in Timmins is being blamed for a massive pothole at the corner of a residential street in Timmins. It’s on Hamelin Avenue right before the stop sign at MacLean Drive. Crews are on scene.

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