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Sudbury woman's scathing obit about dad who was 'total darkness' becomes a TikTok hit
For Sudbury, Ont.'s Amanda Denis, saying goodbye to her father meant telling some uncomfortable truths about the man. Her dad's brother, who lives in B.C., doesn't blame her for writing an obituary that was "the absolute truth."
Laurentian University is being targeted by foreign hackers, security chief says
State-sponsored hackers have been targeting Canadian universities to steal researchers’ intellectual property, the country’s top cyber security agency says.
Downtown Sudbury's Elm Place makes its pitch for new library
There are hopes Sudbury’s largest downtown building will help turn the page on a few years of decline in the neighbourhood.
Google and Meta pulling news will 'devastate' the industry, says Canadian publisher
The publisher of a media company based in northern Ontario says the response to bill C-18 will be a major blow to Canadian news websites.
Francophone community 'blindsided' Ontario won't fund University of Sudbury
Supporters of the University of Sudbury say they are shocked the province has decided not to support plans to make it a standalone francophone university in Sudbury, Ont.
'Sheltering and hiding' not the answer, despite more hate crimes, Sudbury synagogue leader says
With hate crimes on the rise, members of a synagogue in Sudbury, Ont., say running away from antisemitism is not the answer for the city’s Jewish community.
Sudbury mayor hits 'pause' on Junction East project
Sudbury mayor Paul Lefebvre says the Junction East project needs a smaller footprint and a smaller price tag before the city goes ahead with its construction.
Union calls for increased safety at Sudbury's subsidized housing
Citing an increase in violence and harassment of its maintenance workers in Sudbury’s subsidized housing complexes, CUPE Local 4705 is calling on City Hall to take extra measures to protect its staff.
Healing With Hope program gets updated facility at 200 Larch
A downtown Sudbury community hub that assists people on the streets is benefiting from an influx of federal funding.
Subsidized housing resident hopes for more than 'just talk' from Sudbury's mayoral candidates
Colin McKerral, a community leader and housing advocate for Sudbury's Louis Street neighbourhood, says politicians' concerns for affordable housing is "just talk."