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While growing up in Kapuskasing, Reney Ray remembers her mom and dad performing karaoke songs in the living room.
A nurse with the Public Health Sudbury and Districts is advising people to check their vaccination records for measles.
Earlier this week, the Finance Department quietly added $110 million worth of products and businesses to its list of exemptions from Canada's retaliatory tariffs on U.S. imports. While this relief protects jobs, it undermines pressure the Trudeau government wants to keep on the Trump administration.
Jeopardy host Alex Trebek says he's feeling good as he continues cancer therapy and is already working on the next season of the hit quiz show.
Garrett Carr says after hearing about the 2016 shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Florida, he was inspired to write his first script for a play, which will make its debut at the upcoming PlaySmelter Festival in Sudbury.
Greater Sudbury Paramedic Services is asking to hire three more paramedics to handle the city's aging population.
Northern Ontario's first provincially licensed cannabis store is set to open its doors on Saturday. And some of the marijuana being sold across the province was grown here in the north.
Joanne Wade, a mother from Manitoulin Island, shares the story of her 22-year-old son's death to raise awareness about the importance of workplace safety.
Sudbury’s David Innes didn’t grow up in a family full of health care professionals but that hasn’t stopped him from being involved in the health care sector for the past 50 years.
A coroner’s inquest is being called to look into the death of a contract worker who died while working at Vale’s Copper Cliff Refinery in Sudbury in 2017.
The NDP health care critic and MPP for Nickel Belt, France Gelinas says the province’s plan to streamline land ambulance dispatch services is going to lengthen response times.
Ontario Provincial Police say an investigation is underway after human remains were found near Cobalt.
In a tight vote of 4-3, Elliot Lake city council has decided to buy the vacant lot left behind when the Algo Centre mall collapsed in 2012.
Public health officials in northeastern Ontario say changes announced by the provincial government in last week's budget will likely mean job cuts.
A Sudbury mother says she supports a group working to educate the public on the importance of a safe consumption and treatment site.
Sudbury police say a 31-year-old woman is facing multiple charges after a dangerous driving incident in Hanmer.