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Sudbury housing starts soften, but still up from pre-pandemic levels

Sudbury housing starts soften, but still up from pre-pandemic levels

Although the number of residential units created decreased slightly during the first quarter of 2023, they’re still up from pre-pandemic numbers
Sudbury Chamber celebrates best in business

Sudbury Chamber celebrates best in business

Awards handed out to top achievers during May 25 gala
Laurentian under time crunch for new strategic plan

Laurentian under time crunch for new strategic plan

Following CCAA exit, Sudbury university must come up with a strategic plan in six months, an exercise most universities take a year or more to complete
Sudbury college celebrated for Indigenous education

Sudbury college celebrated for Indigenous education

Cambrian College receives Silver Medal from Colleges and Institutes Canada
Funding announced for health and safety associations

Funding announced for health and safety associations

Province is also updating requirements for mandatory working-at-heights training
Sault's Water Tower Inn sells for $19.5 million

Sault's Water Tower Inn sells for $19.5 million

J.J. Hilsinger and daughter Donna continue to manage the Water Tower Inn, with J.J. now designated as brand ‘ambassador’ under new ownership
Engineering firm celebrated for Sudbury Smelter work

Engineering firm celebrated for Sudbury Smelter work

Hatch receives Award of Distinction from Association of Consulting Engineering Companies – Ontario
Sudbury New Democrat MPPs vote against changes to the Mining Act

Sudbury New Democrat MPPs vote against changes to the Mining Act

Ontario passes Bill 71 Building More Mines Act without support from opposition NDP or Liberals  
Tech companies win Sudbury pitch contest

Tech companies win Sudbury pitch contest

WEST Inc. helps turn waste into energy
Sudbury's Plowbrush innovation helps sweep more snow from streets

Sudbury's Plowbrush innovation helps sweep more snow from streets

Falconbridge-based Plowbrush is expanding after receiving a $728,433 grant from the province earlier this year