News headlines for Tuesday, May 21

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The Summer Jobs Program is now active in Nickel Belt, opening more than 265 summer jobs for those between the ages of 15 and 30. If you hear gunfire in the 1300 block of Tower Drive in

News headlines for Friday, May 17

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The City of Greater Sudbury isn’t handing out Blue Box. It’s part of a larger picture… the Ontario government has begun making producers of materials that end up as waste pay to manage that waste. NOSM University

News headlines for Thursday, May 16

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Fraser Mine in Sudbury is getting some national recognition; recognized as the safest metals mine in Canada by the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum. Pickleball user fees will be waived for now in the city

News headlines for Wednesday, May 15

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Greater Sudbury city council has withdrawn delegated authority from city CAO Ed Archer. It happened during Tuesday’s meeting. Related to this motion, city council also unanimously agreed to ensure future changes to non-union salaries are made public

News headlines for Tuesday, May 14

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The number from the city of Greater Sudbury indicate, the city’s annual budgets for overtime hours continue to be exceeded several times over, and remains higher than 2019. A proposed increase in transit rates has been approved