Martha Dillman


Martha Dillman is a multimedia journalist based in Sudbury. You can find her on Twitter @marthaCBC or by email

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Moving into Stage 3? Here's what you need to know

Starting today, the majority of Ontario will move into Stage 3 as the province continues with the pandemic recovery plan.

Bear sightings on the rise in northeastern Ontario, MNRF says

Residents across northeastern Ontario are reporting bear sightings to their local municipality and the province.

Grocer 4 Good offers opportunities for underemployed in Sault Ste. Marie

Getting a part time job can be a challenge for anyone, but that task for someone with a disability can be even more daunting.

Work underway to prepare snowmobile trails in Sudbury-area

If Mother Nature co-operates, the snowmobile trails are expected to open in the Sudbury area within a few weeks.

Campus groups react to court striking down Ford government student fee change

Campus groups at Laurentian University in Sudbury say they are thrilled but cautious about an Ontario court ruling that strikes down a provincial government move to make some post-secondary student fees optional.

Concrete floor replaces previous sand-based floor at Sudbury curling club

If you walk into Curl Sudbury, you may not even notice one of the biggest changes to the club - a new floor that allows it to be more than just a curling club.

After years of fundraising, Health Sciences North officially opens PET scanner

When Sam Bruno got diagnosed with cancer in 2005, he probably never imagined his fight for better cancer testing in northeastern Ontario would result in a hospital suite with his name on it.

Timmins-James Bay federal candidates square off in debate

Four candidates vying to be the next member of Parliament for the Timmins-James Bay riding took part in a debate on Wednesday.

Former contract workers at Lockerby Mine express concerns in how safety complaints handled

Two contract employees who worked at First Nickel's Lockerby Mine say they have concerns in how safety complaints were handled.

NDP promises to make life more affordable for northern Ontarians

The federal New Democratic Party is promising to make life more affordable in northern Ontario if elected.

Muralist RISK transforms old Sudbury hospital into a work of art

It's official: according to organizers with the recent Up Here urban music and art festival, Sudbury is now home to Canada's largest mural.

Changes to Sudbury transit system raise concerns over cancelled routes and stops

The City of Greater Sudbury is moving forward with its new transit system.

Sudbury police officer Robert Rheaume resigns as disciplinary hearing set to begin

A Sudbury police officer charged under the Police Services Act has resigned.

Negotiations with teachers continue as contracts set to expire

It’s only a few weeks until classes resume at Ontario schools and teachers’ contracts are set to expire before students return to class.

Greater Sudbury refutes report that suggests property taxes in the city amongst the highest in Ontario

The City of Greater Sudbury says a new report on municipal tax rates in Ontario doesn’t tell the whole story.