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Final day for registration for school bus services tomorrow

If your child needs to take a school bus this September, it is important to contact the local consortium to ensure there is a bus stop set up. Renee Boucher, the executive director of the Sudbury Student Services Consortium, says things are going well with preparing for the September start-up,...

The Road Warrior returns north to promote mental well being

Jonathan Goulet, a retired mixed martial arts star who has set up a foundation for mental wellness is returning to Espanola. Pete Rodley, who has partnered with Goulet to set up the foundation The Warrior Path, says a walk and meet and greet will be held in Espanola September 17th...

The GLOBAL REPORT – teacher strike vote, strike avoided by CP and more …

Teachers look at setting strike vote The union representing 55 thousand educational support workers in Ontario says it’s “disheartened” by the first contract offer from the government. The province is offering two percent more a year to those who make 40 thousand dollars a year or less and 1.25 percent annually for the...

Long-time volunteer joins Espanola mayoralty race

An Espanola man well known for his volunteerism has joined the race for mayor. Dennis Lendrum has no previous experience on a municipal council but has served with many organizations over the last several decades including Autism Acceptance, the Espanola Snowmobile Club, Community Living, and most recently, establishing the Black...

Elliot Lake hospital limiting parking for a short time

The main entrance of the Elliot Lake hospital will be shut down for a short period of time. Jeremy Stevenson, the CEO of St. Joseph’s General Hospital says improvements are being made to the parking area at the main entrance of the institution. He says the work is to begin August...

Charging station contract up for discussion

Elliot Lake council is looking further into signing a 10-year contract with an Ontario government company for the installation of an electric vehicle charging station. Steven Antunes, the city economic development manager told the council that Ivy Charging Solutions, which is jointly owned by Hydro One and the Ontario Power...
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