The Sudbury & District Health Unit is advising anyone who ate at Casey’s Bar & Grill located at 1070 Kingsway Boulevard in Sudbury, Ontario, between Jan. 15, 2015 and Jan. 20, 2015 to get a hepatitis A vaccination as soon as possible. File photo.

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PC candidate Paula Peroni was joined today by party leader Jim Wilson, who said he has faith in Elections Ontario and the Ministry of the Attorney General to properly deal with a report on an investigation into an incident that has rocked Sudbury's byelection campaign. File photo.
PC leader has faith in Elections Ontario
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Wait times in the ER at Health Sciences North average 18.5 hours, compared to provincial average of 10.1 hours, says interim Progressive Conservative Leader Jim Wilson, who was in the city Thursday campaigning with Tory candidate Paula Peroni. Supplied.
Tory leader urges voters to punish Liberals for scandals
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A new study suggests this year's flu vaccine has offered little or no protection in Canada against becoming sick enough to require medical care.
Flu vaccine offered little or no protection
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A crash involving two vehicles and a Sudbury transit bus knocked over a traffic light post on Paris Street. Photo by Kyle Cooper.
Bus, cars collide on Paris Street
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Sudbury firefighters demonstrate their skills at the 2013  Emergency Services Appreciation Day, organized by former NDP MP Glenn Thibeault. File photo.
Sudbury firefighters back Glenn Thibeault
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Suzanne Shawbonquit, NDP candidate in Sudbury, is seen with NDP Leader Andrea Horwath. Shawbonquit said she was pleased to hear that the Chamber of Commerce held a panel to discuss the city’s future, and the role of innovation in Sudbury. File photo.
Sudbury needs to hear from innovators: Shawbonquit
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First Nickel Inc. president and CEO Thomas Boehlert said recent cuts at the company's Lockerby Mine, in Sudbury, will save money and allow the mine to continue its expansion. File photo.
First Nickel digs deeper despite job cuts
Jan 29, 2015
Mental health among students is talked about by school boards a lot more these days.In an attempt to fill system gaps for students with mental illness, Rainbow District School Board trustees agreed to hire a new social worker and mental health nurse. File photo.
Rainbow hiring to fill gaps in mental health system
Jan 29, 2015
With National Non-Smoking Week just gone by, now is the time for smokers to consider the many reasons they have to butt out – for good. Supplied photo.
Column: Never too late to quit smoking
Jan 29, 2015

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Ontario Health Minister Eric Hoskins said in a statement to NorthernLife.ca said his ministry is expected to receive recommendations regarding a mobile PET scanner that would serve Sudbury in the “coming months or sooner.” File photo.
The Sudbury & District Health Unit is advising anyone who ate at Casey’s Bar & Grill located at 1070 Kingsway Boulevard in Sudbury, Ontario, between Jan. 15, 2015 and Jan. 20, 2015 to get a hepatitis A vaccination as soon as possible. File photo.
Health Unit advises of Hepatitis A risk at Casey's
7 hours ago
PC candidate Paula Peroni was joined today by party leader Jim Wilson, who said he has faith in Elections Ontario and the Ministry of the Attorney General to properly deal with a report on an investigation into an incident that has rocked Sudbury's byelection campaign. File photo.
PC leader has faith in Elections Ontario
8 hours ago
Wait times in the ER at Health Sciences North average 18.5 hours, compared to provincial average of 10.1 hours, says interim Progressive Conservative Leader Jim Wilson, who was in the city Thursday campaigning with Tory candidate Paula Peroni. Supplied.
Tory leader urges voters to punish Liberals for scandals
10 hours ago

Police

Greater Sudbury Police Service, in partnership with Accident Support Services International (Collision Reporting Centre), compile statistics relating to motor-vehicle collisions within the city that fall under the jurisdiction of the Greater Sudbury Police Service (GSPS).
A crash involving two vehicles and a Sudbury transit bus knocked over a traffic light post on Paris Street. Photo by Kyle Cooper.
Bus, cars collide on Paris Street
9 hours ago
Greater Sudbury Police Service has an outstanding warrant for the arrest of Patrick McGregor.
Police issue warrant for Patrick McGregor
Jan 29, 2015
Two people were taken to Health Sciences North Jan. 28 after being injured in a two-vehicle crash in Capreol. File photo.
Drivers injured in 2-vehicle crash
Jan 29, 2015

Lifestyle

Brigitte Marceau astride her “guardian angel.” Supplied.
Brigitte Marceau astride her “guardian angel.” Supplied.
Colonial Cuba with my daughter and an angel
Jan 29, 2015
An East Indian dinner is being held at the ParkSide Centre Jan. 31 in honour of India's Republic Day. Supplied photo.
Celebrate India's Republic Day with dinner
Jan 28, 2015
Theatre Cambrian presents La Bohème
Jan 28, 2015

Sports

For the fifth time this year, but only the second occasion since Nov. 1, the Sudbury Nickel Barons have managed to string together three victories or more, extending their current stretch of success with an 8-5 win over the Abitibi Eskimos Wednesday night in Copper Cliff.
For the fifth time this year, but only the second occasion since Nov. 1, the Sudbury Nickel Barons have managed to string together three victories or more, extending their current stretch of success with an 8-5 win over the Abitibi Eskimos Wednesday night in Copper Cliff.
Nickel Barons make it three in a row
9 hours ago
Sudbury Wolves goalie Troy Timpano makes a save against Barrie’s Joseph Blandisi. Photo by Scott Haddow.
Penalty trouble sinks Wolves
Jan 29, 2015
The Tanner Horgan rink has moved on to the "championship pool" of the 2015 M & M Meat Shops Canadian Junior Curling Championships.
Horgan rink sweeps into championship pool
Jan 28, 2015

National

Geoff Patton, acting director of the Water and Waste Department, updates media at a press conference Wednesday, January 28, 2015 a day after Winnipeg authorities issued a boil water advisory after a positive e.coli test. THE CANADIAN PRESS/John Woods
A new study suggests this year's flu vaccine has offered little or no protection in Canada against becoming sick enough to require medical care.
Flu vaccine offered little or no protection
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Ontario's organ donations set new record
10 hours ago
Former National Security Agency systems analyst Edward Snowden speaks in Moscow in this file image made from video released by WikiLeaks on Oct. 11, 2013. A new report says Canada's electronic spy agency sifts through millions of videos and documents downloaded every day through file-sharing services as part of its bid to find terrorists.CBC News says details of the Communications Security Establishment project, called Levitation, are revealed in a 2012 PowerPoint presentation obtained by former U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP
Spies zero in on file-sharing services
Jan 28, 2015