Santa Claus greets those gathered at this year's Greater Sudbury Santa Claus Parade Nov. 22. Photo by Arron Pickard.

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Keri Spooner, regional vice-president of sales with Bell Canadea, left, presented Health Sciences North with a $5,000 cheque to expand its videoconferencing program for mental health interventions. Photo by Jonathan Migneault.
New program to help address mental health needs
Nov 22, 2014
A man brandishing two knives attempted to rob the Jem Mart on Kathleen Street Nov. 22. File photo.
Man brandishing two knives tries to rob Jem Mart
Nov 23, 2014
A car crash on Highway 69 North in the Guilletville area Nov. 22 injured two women. Supplied photo.
Two women injured in crash near Guilletville
Nov 22, 2014
Head to The Laughing Buddha at 7 p.m. Dec. 3 for a town hall discussion on municipal issues. Supplied photo.
Town hall features groups looking for change at city hall
Nov 23, 2014
Head to the Anderson Farm Museum Dec. 13 for the annual Christmas Tree Lighting Celebration. Supplied photo.
Light up Christmas at Anderson Farm Museum
Nov 23, 2014
Do you consider yourself to be an MVP? You might have a chance to appear in Sudbury Sports Magazine. Supplied photo.
Sudbury Sports Mag searching for city's MVPs
Nov 23, 2014
Donate to a child in need through the Tree of Dreams Toy Drive at Toys R Us in Sudbury. Seen here are Toys R Us Sudbury store director Meghan Moncur and store manager Cory Frith, along with Lynne Ethier, Our Children, Our Future project co-ordinator. Supplied photo.
Toys R Us collects toys for kids in need
Nov 23, 2014
The competitive bantam curling team at the Copper Cliff Curling Club, will represent the Northern Ontario Curling Association ( NOCA) at the International Junior Curling Club Championships, next March, in Arlesheim, Switzerland. Supplied photo.
Teens ready to take on the world
Nov 22, 2014
NOSM dean Dr. Roger Strasser; associate dean of community engagement Dr. David Marsh; Sue Berry, the school's director of integrated clinical learning; and Dr. David Edwards, Hallman director of the School of Pharmacy and associate dean of the Faculty of Science at the University of Waterloo completed a collaborative agreement between both schools to integrate their programs. Supplied photo.
NOSM signs agreement with University of Waterloo
Nov 22, 2014

Local

Since it began its reclamation efforts in 1973, Sudbury has spent $28 million planting 9.5 million trees across the city in an effort to eliminate its reputation as a moonscape devastated by industrial activity. File photo.
The Trick or Eat Food Drive Nov. 2 resulted in the collection of more than $700 worth of non-perishable food items and a $20 cash donation for the community's Bread and Roses Food Bank. Supplied photo.
$700 in food collected during Trick or Eat drive
Nov 23, 2014
Head to The Laughing Buddha at 7 p.m. Dec. 3 for a town hall discussion on municipal issues. Supplied photo.
Town hall features groups looking for change at city hall
Nov 23, 2014
Keri Spooner, regional vice-president of sales with Bell Canadea, left, presented Health Sciences North with a $5,000 cheque to expand its videoconferencing program for mental health interventions. Photo by Jonathan Migneault.
New program to help address mental health needs
Nov 22, 2014

Police

Greater Sudbury Police Service is requesting the public’s assistance to locate 16-year-old Nelson Legault Jr.
A man brandishing two knives attempted to rob the Jem Mart on Kathleen Street Nov. 22. File photo.
Man brandishing two knives tries to rob Jem Mart
Nov 23, 2014
A car crash on Highway 69 North in the Guilletville area Nov. 22 injured two women. Supplied photo.
Two women injured in crash near Guilletville
Nov 22, 2014
Despite poor road conditions Thursday morning, Greater Sudbury Police reported there were only two minor collisions by 10:30 a.m.
No serious accidents despite snowy roads
Nov 20, 2014

Lifestyle

A CD launch for Sudburian Mimi O’Bonsawin's debut album takes place Nov. 29 starting at 7:30 p.m. at Collège Boréal. Supplied photo.
 Santa Claus greets those gathered at this year's Greater Sudbury Santa Claus Parade Nov. 22. Photo by Arron Pickard.
Thousands turn out for glimpse of Santa
Nov 23, 2014
A CD launch for Sudburian Mimi O’Bonsawin's debut album takes place Nov. 29 starting at 7:30 p.m. at Collège Boréal. Supplied photo.
Debut album pulses with singer's roots
Nov 23, 2014
 Trinity United Church in Capreol is looking for people with a talent to participate in its Community Christmas Showcase Dec. 14. Supplied photo.
Capreol church needs local talent for showcase
Nov 23, 2014

Sports

Sudbury Wolves goalie Sam Tanguay made 28 saves in a 2-1 loss to the visiting North Bay Battalion Friday night at Sudbury Community Arena. Photo by Scott Haddow.
Do you consider yourself to be an MVP? You might have a chance to appear in Sudbury Sports Magazine. Supplied photo.
Sudbury Sports Mag searching for city's MVPs
Nov 23, 2014
The competitive bantam curling team at the Copper Cliff Curling Club, will represent the Northern Ontario Curling Association ( NOCA) at the International Junior Curling Club Championships, next March, in Arlesheim, Switzerland. Supplied photo.
Teens ready to take on the world
Nov 22, 2014
Sudbury Wolves goalie Sam Tanguay made 28 saves in a 2-1 loss to the visiting North Bay Battalion Friday night at Sudbury Community Arena. Photo by Scott Haddow.
Despite 'great effort,' Wolves lose 2-1 to Battalion
Nov 22, 2014

National

Toronto's outgoing Mayor Rob Ford offers a fist pump as he sits at a desk in his office whilst signing bobblehead dolls in Toronto on Friday November 21, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young
Toronto's outgoing Mayor Rob Ford offers a fist pump as he sits at a desk in his office whilst signing bobblehead dolls in Toronto on Friday November 21, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young
Ailing Rob Ford signs bobbleheads
Nov 22, 2014
Defence Minister Rob Nicholson, centre, waits for the start of the opening session at the Halifax International Security Forum on Friday, November 21, 2014.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Andrew Vaughan
Canada-U.S defence integration lauded
Nov 22, 2014
A Canadian-owned open-pit mine in the Philippines, pictured in an undated handout photo, slices right through Mount Canatuan, a sacred mountain of the indigenous Subanen people. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO, Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace
Protect the 'Canada brand,' feds tell miners
Nov 22, 2014