Two-year-old Taylum Lamoureux is expected to receive a kidney donation May 13, after spending his entire life living in Toronto's Ronald McDonald House due to his kidneys failing shortly after birth. Supplied photo.

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Created by cartoonist Ron Leishman and artist/writer Richard Comely, the original Captain Canuck appeared as a Canadian comic book superhero in 1975.
Captain Canuck visits Sudbury (VIDEO)
10 hours ago
Greater Sudbury is looking at a mix of sun and cloud for the weekend, with a chance of showers or, even worse, flurries. Photo supplied
Weekend: C'mon, Spring ... would you arrive already!
Apr 24, 2015
Vale Canada is now making daily inspection of cage dogs (backup safety measures that stop a freefalling elevator) after the Labour Board ruled its once-a-week checks are insufficient. File photo
Vale loses fight to skip daily cage inspections
Apr 24, 2015
Road work updates for the weekend and early next week. File photo
Road work: Drivers take note of closed lanes
Apr 24, 2015
School boards are taking a wait-and-see approach to the provincial budget, released April 23. File photo.
Frozen budgets make tense situation worse: chair
Apr 24, 2015
This photo from Library and Archives Canada shows an unidentified soldier with burns caused by mustard gas. Supplied photo.
Ypres at 100: A poem, a flower and Canadian identity
Apr 24, 2015
Nickel Belt MP France Gélinas is disappointed the Ontario budget contained no mention of funding for a mobile PET scanner for Health Sciences North. Photo supplied
Gélinas disappointed PET scanner wasn't part of budget
Apr 24, 2015
Health Sciences North has operated under the assumption it would not receive a funding increase in the latest provincial budget, said hospital spokesperson Dan Lessard. File photo.
Funding freeze no surprise to hospital — they planned for it...
Apr 24, 2015
Sudbury Catholic District School Board chair Jody Cameron has been restored as chair of the Sudbury Catholic District School Board, after being removed from office by the city clerk's office after he failed to file his financial statements from last fall's election in time. File photo.
School board chair restored after winning court appeal
Apr 24, 2015
Jamie Draves made a successful pitch to investors on TV’s Dragons’ Den in March. Draves is working to establish a quinoa crop in Northern Ontario, with plans to build a processing facility in the Cochrane district. Photo supplied.
Growing quinoa in Cochrane? Entrepreneur says it can be done...
Apr 24, 2015
The final concert in the Pop Up Concert series gets underway April 25 at the Salute on Armstrong Street. It will be enhanced by the tunes of Brittany Goldsborough, bassist from the Sudbury Symphony and singer/guitarist Suzanne Halet. Supplied photo
Sudbury salutes the last Pop Up Concert on Thursday
Apr 24, 2015
The Sudbury man who barricaded himself inside a Lloyd Street apartment can be seen watching police out his window on April 23. A knife can clearly be seen in his right hand. Photo by Heidi Ulrichsen
Man facing 16 charges after Lloyd Street barricading
Apr 24, 2015
The Sudbury Lady Wolves grab top spot at Esso Cup 2015 with a 2-1 over the Edmonton Thunder on April 23. File photo
Lady Wolves now alone in top spot at Esso Cup
Apr 24, 2015
With the soccer season just around the corner, the U17 Impact know where they need to improve on the pitch in 2015. File photo.
U17 squad looks to make a real Impact this season
Apr 24, 2015

Local

There was “a lot of confusion” the night Jordan Fram and Jason Chenier were killed in June 2011, says their colleague who was one of the first to arrive at the scene of the run of muck that took their lives. File photo.
Two-year-old Taylum Lamoureux is expected to receive a kidney donation May 13, after spending his entire life living in Toronto's Ronald McDonald House due to his kidneys failing shortly after birth. Supplied photo.
From Ronald McDonald House to his house: Taylum coming home
11 hours ago
Road work updates for the weekend and early next week. File photo
Road work: Drivers take note of closed lanes
Apr 24, 2015

Police

A 38-year-old man has been charged with impaired operation of a motor vehicle, having over 80 milligrams of alcohol in his blood and possession of a controlled substance after an incident in Wahnipitae last month where he allegedly drove his snowmobile while impaired. File photo.
A 38-year-old man has been charged with impaired operation of a motor vehicle, having over 80 milligrams of alcohol in his blood and possession of a controlled substance after an incident in Wahnipitae last month where he allegedly drove his snowmobile while impaired. File photo.
Man found sleeping next to snowmobile in March impaired inci...
Apr 24, 2015
Greater Sudbury Police officers speak with a young man who barricaded himself in an apartment in a building on Lloyd Street today. Photo by Heidi Ulrichsen
Updated: Man arrested in Lloyd Street barricading incident
Apr 23, 2015

Lifestyle

The iconic Canadian hero, Captain Canuck, is getting a reboot in May. His writer, Richard Comely, visit Sudbury on April 24. Photo supplied
Fashion Fair co-owners Sheila Bracken and Jocelyne Tait are celebrating the store's 40th anniversary. Photo by Arron Pickard.
Fashion Fair turns 40 and fabulous
Apr 23, 2015
The iconic Canadian hero, Captain Canuck, is getting a reboot in May. His writer, Richard Comely, visit Sudbury on April 24. Photo supplied
Updated: Free up your afternoon for Capt Canuck!
Apr 23, 2015

Sports

Sudbury's Joe Drago, chair of the board of directors for Hockey Canada, said commemorating local athletes is important, but the lack of a place to display their achievements is a real shame. Photo by Jim Gray.
With the soccer season just around the corner, the U17 Impact know where they need to improve on the pitch in 2015. File photo.
U17 squad looks to make a real Impact this season
Apr 24, 2015
The St. James Invitational Badminton Championships drew the city's elementary schools to Collège Boréal on April 17. Photo supplied
St. James hosts elementary bird-batters
Apr 24, 2015