Casey Stranges

Reporter

Casey Stranges is a reporter based in Sudbury. casey.stranges@cbc.ca

Latest from Casey Stranges

User fees won't affect less fortunate, Kivi Park Foundation says

The executive director of the Kivi Park Foundation says the group won’t let money be a factor for those who want to use the park’s trails.

Sudbury drug report nearing final phase, health unit says

Public Health Sudbury and Districts is nearing the final phase of a major study into drug use in the city.

'Tight knit' downtown Sudbury rallies around smoke-damaged restaurants

A manager of a popular downtown watering hole says it’s “awesome” that other businesses are rallying in support around the venue after a fire forced it to shut its doors before the holidays.

Downtown Sudbury business closes in wake of fatal stabbing steps from its door

A simple white sheet of paper taped in the doorway of Pita Pit announced that the downtown store was closing, permanently.

After fatal stabbing, street 'family' says downtown Sudbury getting rougher, more violent

As the ambulance pulled away from a homicide scene in downtown Sudbury, Boo-Boo Brunette said it felt like he was losing a member of his family.

Community forum in North Bay aims to stop distracted drivers before they hit the road

A retired police officer says he’s continuing efforts to make sure drivers stay focused while behind the wheel.

Sudbury Five season tickets sales near top of league

The Sudbury Five’s front office says it was a bit of a surprise when season ticket sales for the basketball team ramped up.

New Ford bill promises cut to red tape, but some small businesses in Sudbury have questions

The Ontario government is making a push to eliminate red tape in the province.

Developer plans to turn downtown water tower into Jeremy Mahood 'Peace Tower'

Zulich says it was a “perfect storm” in his life when he met up with Reverend Jeremy Mahood.

Sudbury city council considers $25k for Laurentian University radio station

CKLU, Laurentian University’s radio station, may have found an advocate in Ward 5 councillor Robert Kirwan.

'We want to celebrate artists, not politicians,' Celebration of the Arts chair says

A Sudbury arts group says it's not giving free publicity to politicians anymore.

Delay of game? Sudbury's privately-run sports bubble remains just a dream for school board

Sudbury’s Conseil Scolaire Catholique Nouvelon says it’s not giving up on a landing a sports bubble.

'Long time coming' as Laurentian University adds Indigenous language to signs

Laurentian University is now sporting trilingual signs around campus.

Sports bubble one step closer to game day, Fabio Belli Foundation says

It’s getting close to game day for the Fabio Belli Foundation, and the sports bubble its been trying to get built for awhile.

'Crazy, fun' day as Sudbury YMCA holds job crawl

Sudbury YMCA coordinator Jessica Brule said it’s all about face-to-face communication when job seekers are looking for a job.