Morning North | Jan 31, 2013 | 6:30

Cyber scams in Sudbury

We have another example of a cyber scam that hit a Sudbury woman who listed an item on Kijiji. We also spoke to the a member of Sudbury's cyber crime unit about the type of scams they're seeing in the nickel city right now.

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Morning North National Snowcross Championships in Sudbury Feb 27, 2015 | 6:01Snowmobile enthusiasts can take in exciting day of racing in Sudbury. The National Snowcross Championships will be taking place at the Black Stone Golf Course. Ken Avaan is race director for the event. He told us more about this competition.
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Morning North The safety of anti-thumb-sucking devices Feb 27, 2015 | 5:26An expert reacts to the reprimand of a North Bay dentist for installing an anti-thumb sucking device in a four-year-old patient that became ill after the device was installed. Dr. Jim Posluns, a dentist with the University of Toronto says this is a rare.
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Morning North Cautionary tale of frozen pipes and unexpected bills Feb 27, 2015 | 8:52A Sudbury man says make sure you document everything if the city comes to thaw your frozen pipes. Larry Bieronsky ended up with a hefty bill for work he was told would be covered by the city.
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Morning North Doctors will use egg timers in job action Feb 26, 2015 | 7:09Some doctors in Ontario might soon be using egg timers to raise awareness about cuts to their funding. Dr. Pierre Bonin was formerly on the board of the Ontario Medical Association and helped negotiate two previous funding agreements. He says it's a bad.
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