Greater Sudbury city council will decide Tuesday night if bears can be hunted within city limits this spring.
The provincial government is bringing back the spring bear hunt in and around the five major cities in northern Ontario, but only if councils in those areas give the OK.
North Bay, Timmins and Sault Ste. Marie have already given a green light to the idea.
Also on the agenda will be a deal to fix up two rural rounds in the Fairbank Lake.
They lead to KGHM's new Victoria Mine and the mining company has agreed to pick up 75 per cent of the $5 million bill for widening and straightening Crean Hill Road and Fairbank East.
A similar deal with Vale saw the nearby Worthington Road — which runs to the soon-to-be-re-opened Totten Mine — receive a $15 million makeover.
City councillors will also decide Tuesday whether visitors to the city's new microbrewery can buy beer by the glass.
Stack Brewing has applied to the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario for a licence to sell beer by the glass at its Kelly Lake Road brewery. The commission has asked Sudbury to give its blessing to the idea.
CBC News Sudbury reporter Erik White will be covering tonight's meeting. Follow along with his live blog: