Researchers and mining supply and services companies will have until Nov. 10 to apply for funding to through the Ultra-Deep Mining Network to bring any ideas that would improve ultra-deep mining productivity or safety to reality. File photo.

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Greater Sudbury received around five cm of snow accumulation by Friday morning, and is expected to receive five to 10 more centimetres of snow by Saturday. Photo by Heidi Ulrichsen.
Sudbury hit by an early snow storm
Oct 31, 2014
Santa Claus greets the thousands of people who lined the streets for last year's Greater Sudbury Santa Claus Parade. This year's event is Nov. 22. File photo.
Santa shining his sleigh bells for Sudbury parade
Oct 31, 2014
The Employment Standards Amendment Act, which came into effect Oct. 29, allows family caregivers to apply for unpaid leave from their jobs under a number of different conditions. File photo.
New legislation grants caregivers unpaid leave from work
Oct 31, 2014
A collision involving a tractor trailer and a pedestrian has closed a section of Highway 17 between Serpent River First Nation and Spanish. The collision is currently being investigated by officers from the East Algoma OPP detachment. Photo courtesy of SooToday.com.
Updated: Pedestrian succumbs to injuries from Oct. 2 collision
Oct 02, 2014
A city transit bus got stuck this morning around 8:40 a.m.a.m., blocking the intersection at Wellington Heights and Hyland Drive. Photo by Jonathan Migneault.
Winter blasts Sudbury
Oct 31, 2014
Highway 17 is closed four kms east of the Vermillion River bridge due to a jack-knifed tractor trailer, said the Ontario Provincial Police.
Updated: Jack-knifed tractor-trailer closes Hwy. 17
Oct 31, 2014
Legal Aid Ontario staff in Sudbury includes Chantal Cardinal, left, director Louise Huneault, Lyne Hince and Louise DeSimone. A $95.7 million increase in funding over the next three years means about 4,500 more people will be eligible for legal aid by 2016. Photo by Darren MacDonald.
Grits spending $95.7M to plug holes in legal aid
Oct 30, 2014
The Rainbow District School Board has been plagued by transparency concerns over the last few years, something that troubles the board's only new trustee after the Oct. 27 elections. File photo.
New Rainbow trustee troubled by transparency concerns
Oct 30, 2014
Greater Sudbury Police Service is seeking the public’s assistance in locating 13-year-old Elizabeth Thompson.
Updated: Missing teen found
Oct 29, 2014

Local

North East LHIN CEO Louise Paquette said her organization's new publication on the history of community hospitals in northeastern Ontario should help kickstart a conversation on health care in the North. Photo by Jonathan Migneault.
Researchers and mining supply and services companies will have until Nov. 10 to apply for funding to through the Ultra-Deep Mining Network to bring any ideas that would improve ultra-deep mining productivity or safety to reality. File photo.
Research network reaches out for deep mining projects
Oct 31, 2014
Santa Claus greets the thousands of people who lined the streets for last year's Greater Sudbury Santa Claus Parade. This year's event is Nov. 22. File photo.
Santa shining his sleigh bells for Sudbury parade
Oct 31, 2014
The Employment Standards Amendment Act, which came into effect Oct. 29, allows family caregivers to apply for unpaid leave from their jobs under a number of different conditions. File photo.
New legislation grants caregivers unpaid leave from work
Oct 31, 2014

Police

Three men and one woman are facing charges following a home invasion Thursday involving what is believed to be a shotgun, say Greater Sudbury Police. File photo.
An Oct. 29 distracted driving blitz by Greater Sudbury Police Service caught 12 drivers using hand-held devices.
Police catch 12 distracted drivers during blitz
Oct 31, 2014
Highway 17 is closed four kms east of the Vermillion River bridge due to a jack-knifed tractor trailer, said the Ontario Provincial Police.
Updated: Jack-knifed tractor-trailer closes Hwy. 17
Oct 31, 2014
A city transit bus got stuck this morning around 8:40 a.m.a.m., blocking the intersection at Wellington Heights and Hyland Drive. Photo by Jonathan Migneault.
Winter blasts Sudbury
Oct 31, 2014

Lifestyle

Mélanie-Rose Frappier, a Grade 12 École secondaire du Sacré-Coeur student, recently participated in Free the Children's We Day in Toronto. Supplied photo.
Creedance Clearwater Revival member John Fogerty is set to play at the Sudbury Arena Nov. 17. Supplied photo.
In '69: Fogerty talks hits and misses with NorthernLife.ca
Oct 30, 2014
Lynne Hanson takes the stage at Fromagerie Elgin Nov. 1. Supplied photo.
On the wagon: Musician sings of journey to sobriety
Oct 30, 2014
Christy Smith heads to the bush Nov. 1 for her annual month-long painting retreat in the outdoors. Supplied photo.
Plein air painter heads to the great outdoors
Oct 30, 2014

Sports

In a finish that rivalled the last second drama of a game-winning field goal by Notre-Dame two nights earlier on the final play of the game, Bishop Carter advanced to the Division B finals with a 26-14 overtime win over Lasalle.
In a finish that rivalled the last second drama of a game-winning field goal by Notre-Dame two nights earlier on the final play of the game, Bishop Carter advanced to the Division B finals with a 26-14 overtime win over Lasalle.
Gators head to finals vs. Lo-Ellen
Oct 31, 2014
A young Marymount Regals basketball team has been holding its own in the new single-division format the SDSSAA has adopted. Supplied photo
Regals feel they're up to the hardcourt challenge
Oct 30, 2014
Semi-final SDSSAA flag football matches this week saw the Marymount Regals get their fourth consecutive shot at the crown with a win over the Lockerby Vikings. File photo
Regals royal in whitewash of Vikes
Oct 30, 2014

National

Credit cards are displayed in Montreal on December 12, 2012. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Ryan Remiorz
Man in Batman mask attempts holdup: police
Oct 31, 2014
Dean Del Mastro smiles outside a courthouse in Peterborough, Ont., on June 23, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick
Del Mastro found guilty on all charges
Oct 31, 2014
Couple charged in Toronto break-ins, sex assaults
Oct 31, 2014