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21 drivers charged with impaired so far this year in Cochrane area

21 drivers charged with impaired so far this year in Cochrane area

Most of them had been drinking, says police
Remote section of Pine south being watched, drivers cautioned about conditions

Remote section of Pine south being watched, drivers cautioned about conditions

'The ministry urges drivers to exercise extreme caution due to a significant rainfall event'
Striking Matheson staffers back at bargaining table, yet to reach a deal

Striking Matheson staffers back at bargaining table, yet to reach a deal

Union says bargaining broke down over return-to-work protocol
VIDEO: Work ongoing to demolish Timmins overpass, road closures expanding soon

VIDEO: Work ongoing to demolish Timmins overpass, road closures expanding soon

Contractors are expediting site prep and removing asphalt, says city director
Spectre of cyber attacks keeps Boréal president up at night

Spectre of cyber attacks keeps Boréal president up at night

College’s Sudbury neighbour, Laurentian University, was thrown into chaos this winter after cyber attack brought down many of its IT systems
Supreme Court won't hear families' years-long case over access to Bernardo documents

Supreme Court won't hear families' years-long case over access to Bernardo documents

Family members of Leslie Mahaffy and Kristen French have long sought the release of government records about their loved ones' convicted murderer
Rain's on the way and it could cause flooding

Rain's on the way and it could cause flooding

'High water levels and flows can be especially dangerous and stream banks can be slippery. Please keep children and pets away from fast-flowing rivers and  streams'
Police ask for dash cam footage in ongoing search for missing Constance Lake man

Police ask for dash cam footage in ongoing search for missing Constance Lake man

He was last seen March 17
Fire crews working in Spruce Street alley

Fire crews working in Spruce Street alley

A section of Kirby is closed to traffic
Ford government tables ‘cutting red tape’ housing bill

Ford government tables ‘cutting red tape’ housing bill

The bill reverses a controversial change to development charges and gives universities planning power on their campuses, as The Trillium first reported