Collège Boréal is launching a new prospecting and exploration technician program next year to help fill an industry need for more entry-level workers. File photo.

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Grade 8 R.L. Beattie Public School student Beth Wiwchar creates a poster featuring her ideas of post-secondary education as first-year Cambrian College graphic design student Lindsay Levesque looks on. Photo by Heidi Ulrichsen.
Drawing out their future
Dec 17, 2014
There were long lineups at the Independent at the Pumps on Lorne this afternoon as gas prices fell below $1 a litre. Photo by Jonathan Migneault.
Gas prices dip below $1 a litre in Sudbury
Dec 17, 2014
According to Canada's Elections Act, Prime Minister Stephen Harper is not obliged to call a byelection to replace outgoing MP Glenn Thibeault before the Oct. 19 federal election.
Byelection to replace Thibeault not certain
Dec 17, 2014
All Nations Church Living Nativity has become a yearly tradition for many families in their celebration of Christmas for close to three decades now. Supplied photo.
Living Nativity comes to life Dec. 20
Dec 17, 2014
Mayor Brian Bigger will introduce his From the Ground Up economic development strategic plan on Dec. 18 at Tom Davies Square. File photo.
Bigger introducing From the Ground Up–2025
Dec 17, 2014
Nathan Boivin penned his own version of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas,' using the current political upheaval in Sudbury as the base for a new version of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas.'
Christmas poem reflects on Sudbury's political scene
Dec 17, 2014
Bouncing back from a pair of early losses, the Sudbury Bantam A Lady Wolves would post a very respectable record of 2-2 at the Markham-Stouffville 25th Annual Bantam Classic Tournament earlier this month.
Bantam A Lady Wolves go 2-2 at classic tourney
Dec 17, 2014
Stack Brewery will unveil its new name for Angry Moose and Friendly Moose after the company was forced to rebrand due to trademark issues. File photo.
Stack to unveil Moose replacement Dec. 18
Dec 17, 2014
The new Silver Hills LCBO is set to open Dec. 19. Photo by Heidi Ulrichsen.
New Silver Hills LCBO opens Dec. 19
Dec 17, 2014

Local

A low Canadian dollar should benefit the United Steelworkers as they enter labour negotiations with Vale next year. But if nickel prices continue to rise, as many analysts have predicted, it could take away some of that bargaining power from the Steelworkers. File photo.
Collège Boréal is launching a new prospecting and exploration technician program next year to help fill an industry need for more entry-level workers. File photo.
Boréal to launch prospecting program
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Grade 8 R.L. Beattie Public School student Beth Wiwchar creates a poster featuring her ideas of post-secondary education as first-year Cambrian College graphic design student Lindsay Levesque looks on. Photo by Heidi Ulrichsen.
Drawing out their future
Dec 17, 2014
There were long lineups at the Independent at the Pumps on Lorne this afternoon as gas prices fell below $1 a litre. Photo by Jonathan Migneault.
Gas prices dip below $1 a litre in Sudbury
Dec 17, 2014

Police

A police officer received minor injuries after a police cruiser slid under the back of a bus being driven to a garage for repair. The cruiser was following the bus at the time, to ensure it arrived safely at the garage. Photo by Amanda White.
A police officer received minor injuries after a police cruiser slid under the back of a bus being driven to a garage for repair. The cruiser was following the bus at the time, to ensure it arrived safely at the garage. Photo by Amanda White.
Police car damaged after hitting bus on Kingsway
Dec 16, 2014
The West Parry Sound OPP has closed a portion of Highway 69, north of Harris Lake, due to a tractor trailer on fire. File Photo.
Updated: Highway 69 reopened, says OPP
Dec 16, 2014
Greater Sudbury Police Service made 10 demands for breath tests during a Dec. 13 RIDE check, but there were no impaired charges laid. File photo.
RIDE check nets 3-day licence suspension
Dec 15, 2014

Lifestyle

 Value Village employees Brittany McNamara and Krystyna Harasymowicz show off some of the ugly Christmas sweaters for sale. Photo by Heidi Ulrichsen.
All Nations Church Living Nativity has become a yearly tradition for many families in their celebration of Christmas for close to three decades now. Supplied photo.
Living Nativity comes to life Dec. 20
Dec 17, 2014
Nathan Boivin penned his own version of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas,' using the current political upheaval in Sudbury as the base for a new version of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas.'
Christmas poem reflects on Sudbury's political scene
Dec 17, 2014
Jeff Wiseman is playing the leading role of Jean Valjean in Sudbury Symphony Orchestra and YES Theatre's upcoming production of Les Miserables. Supplied photo.
SSO and YES Theatre tackle Les Miserables
Dec 13, 2014

Sports

Clawing their way through the bottom half of the bracket eventually took its toll on the St. Charles College Cardinals boys basketball team, falling in the championship final of the Gator Invitational this weekend by a score of 64-48 to the Horizon Aigles.
André Robitaille captured a gold medal at the 2014 Ontario Bronze Gloves championships in Toronto.
Robitaille fights his way to gold at Bronze Gloves
Dec 17, 2014
Bouncing back from a pair of early losses, the Sudbury Bantam A Lady Wolves would post a very respectable record of 2-2 at the Markham-Stouffville 25th Annual Bantam Classic Tournament earlier this month.
Bantam A Lady Wolves go 2-2 at classic tourney
Dec 17, 2014
Sudbury Wolves netminder Troy Timpano has been named the Vaughn CHL Goaltender of the Week.
Timpano earns CHL goaltender of the week honours
Dec 17, 2014

National

Fire engulfs a seniors residence in L'Isle-Verte, Que., early Thursday, Jan.23, 2014. A coroner's inquest resumes Wednesday into the fire that killed 32 people. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frances Drouin
Premier Christy Clark looks on as Bill Bennett, Minister of Energy and Mines and Minister Responsible for Core Review, speaks about Site C Clean Energy Project approval during a press conference in the Legislative Library in Victoria, B.C., Tuesday December 16, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chad Hipolito
Massive Site C dam gets approval from B.C.
Dec 17, 2014
Rehtaeh Parsons is shown in a handout photo from the Facebook tribute page "Angel Rehtaeh." Nova Scotia's attorney general says no one will be prosecuted for identifying Rehtaeh Parsons as the victim in a recent high-profile child pornography case unless her name is used in a derogatory manner. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Facebook
Dad happy Rehtaeh Parsons' name public again
Dec 17, 2014
Fire engulfs a seniors residence in L'Isle-Verte, Que., early Thursday, Jan.23, 2014. A coroner's inquest resumes Wednesday into the fire that killed 32 people. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frances Drouin
Fatal Quebec fire: employee didn't know drill
Dec 17, 2014