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Tyler Clarke

Tyler Clarke

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Recent Work by Tyler

Comedy giants Dan Aykroyd and Chevy Chase reunite in Sudbury

Comedy giants Dan Aykroyd and Chevy Chase reunite in Sudbury

Also starring fellow seasoned actor Henry Czerny, filming for the production of the movie ‘Zombie Town’, based on a children’s book by R.L. Stine, is expected to wrap up in Greater Sudbury on Saturday
Agricultural links to be strengthened via FedNor funding

Agricultural links to be strengthened via FedNor funding

Northern Ontario Farm Innovation Alliance using funds to find sector efficiencies
Letterkenny studio eyes three-year lease of Sudbury arena

Letterkenny studio eyes three-year lease of Sudbury arena

The otherwise unused first of two pads at the Capreol Arena is being eyed for use as a film studio
NORTHERN ONTARIO: Vandals strike Sudbury statue . . . again

NORTHERN ONTARIO: Vandals strike Sudbury statue . . . again

Heads and hands of both Mary and baby Jesus are missing; church officials aren't sure the statue is salvageable this time
NORTHERN ONTARIO: Vandals strike Sudbury statue . . . again

NORTHERN ONTARIO: Vandals strike Sudbury statue . . . again

Church officials aren't sure the statue is salvageable this time
Jane Goodall to help celebrate Sudbury’s 10-millionth tree

Jane Goodall to help celebrate Sudbury’s 10-millionth tree

If you're in the Nickel City tomorrow, the world-renowned scientist is at Bell Park
Family reeling after dog bite kills healthy Chelmsford man

Family reeling after dog bite kills healthy Chelmsford man

Sylvain Boissonneault died a few days after being bitten by his husky, Tinkerbell, which infected him with capnocytophaga bacteria
Construction worker strike slows progress at Côté Gold Project

Construction worker strike slows progress at Côté Gold Project

Approximately 40 to 70 local area International Union of Operating Engineers Local 793 members are on strike, joining a province-wide effort in reaction to a breakdown in collective bargaining negotiations
Environmental concerns persist at frequent crash site on Highway 144

Environmental concerns persist at frequent crash site on Highway 144

A curve in Highway 144 has been the site of frequent motor vehicle crashes, the aftermath of which has contaminated the land with fuel that flows into Windy Creek and then Onaping River
Northern Ontario NDP platform promises ‘better future’ for region

Northern Ontario NDP platform promises ‘better future’ for region

Platform touches on points as diverse as Laurentian insolvency, FedNor and Northlander train