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‘I think the economy is adjusting,’ said finance minister during NORCAT visit

‘I think the economy is adjusting,’ said finance minister during NORCAT visit

Rod Phillips hosting series of consultations leading up to November budget
Kinross Gold shares rise after miner brings back quarterly dividend after 7 years

Kinross Gold shares rise after miner brings back quarterly dividend after 7 years

The news comes as gold prices continue to hover at near all-time record heights above US$1,950 per ounce
Over $100K worth of suspected meth, oxycodone seized at Fort Albany drug bust

Over $100K worth of suspected meth, oxycodone seized at Fort Albany drug bust

One person has been charged with trafficking and drug possession
Northern Ont. mining company uses new device to keep COVID-19 off the mine property

Northern Ont. mining company uses new device to keep COVID-19 off the mine property

New Gold Inc. using new device that turns out results in 65 minutes
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<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Virtual comics event declared a failure by industry critics, but fans loved it

BEYOND LOCAL: Virtual comics event declared a failure by industry critics, but fans loved it

Evaluating at-home participation by the same yardstick as an in-person event doesn’t account for differences in format and mode of engagement, prof says
Speeders in Temiskaming area, don't say we didn't warn you

Speeders in Temiskaming area, don't say we didn't warn you

There will be no-tolerance enforcement, police say
Anti-mask protester accosts Sudbury.com reporter at afternoon demonstration

Anti-mask protester accosts Sudbury.com reporter at afternoon demonstration

Demonstrators carried signs espousing various pandemic conspiracies
Former Nipissing president new CEO of Indigenous-focused charity

Former Nipissing president new CEO of Indigenous-focused charity

DeGagné says the chance to lead Indspire presented him with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity
Ontario confirms 365 new COVID cases today

Ontario confirms 365 new COVID cases today

The province has also reported one death and 191 recoveries of previously-reported cases