Martha Dillman is a multimedia journalist based in Sudbury. You can find her on Twitter @marthaCBC or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
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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.
Report of murder suspect sightings in northeastern Ontario unconfirmed, OPP say
Ontario Provincial Police in northeastern Ontario confirm they have received calls of possible sightings of two men wanted in connection with three homicides in British Columbia, but police add none of those sightings have been confirmed.
Almost half of Ontarians 'embarrassed' to get financial help
A new survey suggests almost half of Ontarians feel embarrassed when seeking out help with debt.
Lightning electrifies the skies and ground of Sudbury
Throughout her life, June Tuznik has seen her fair share of intense weather, but on Wednesday in Sudbury she managed to capture quite a sight.
Research group tracks movement of forest fire smoke
Forest fires burning in northern Ontario are prompting heavy smoke throughout the region. Some communities have had special air quality statements issued by Environment Canada.
Sheet metal workers strike enters 8th week
Sheet metal workers in Sudbury and across Ontario continue to be on strike.
Sudbury, Ont., man shocked by entire family of bears in his backyard
It's not uncommon to see a bear in northern Ontario — but seeing five at one time doesn't happen often.
Flour Mill Community Farm doubling in size after soil donation
A community garden in Sudbury is doubling in size this season, thanks to a donation from a local group.
Réseau ACCESS Network builds mock safe consumption space
A Sudbury mother says she supports a group working to educate the public on the importance of a safe consumption and treatment site.
Mining company has a closer look at mental health of employees
A new report looking into the mental health and well-being of Vale employees will be released in Sudbury on Thursday.
Wikwemikong Tribal Police Service hosting youth opioid awareness conference
When Terry McCaffrey became chief of the Wikwemikong Tribal Police Service seven months ago, one of the first things he did was purchase Naloxone kits for his officers.