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Arron Pickard

Arron Pickard

Arron Pickard is the news editor for Northern Life. He also covers general interest news for Sudbury.com. Follow him on Twitter @arronpickard. He can be reached by email at apickard@sudbury.com.

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Time to de-normalize violence in Ontario hospitals: Researchers

Time to de-normalize violence in Ontario hospitals: Researchers

'We can't ignore this issue any longer,' says authors of study
<updated>Keeping tabs:</updated> Help Billy buy needed equipment at HSN

Keeping tabs: Help Billy buy needed equipment at HSN

Sudburian has raised thousands of dollars collecting tabs for three years
Eyeball tattoos? Sudbury artists won't go there

Eyeball tattoos? Sudbury artists won't go there

They chime in on rising popularity and danger of scleral tattooing
On the button: Volunteers in Capreol banking on lessons learned through curling

On the button: Volunteers in Capreol banking on lessons learned through curling

It teaches etiquette and sportsmanship, says group spokesperson
Help build a Mountain of Mittens in Sudbury

Help build a Mountain of Mittens in Sudbury

All Nations Church collecting winter wear for school kids in need
Infant Food Bank needs help providing for city's most vulnerable

Infant Food Bank needs help providing for city's most vulnerable

All We Need For Christmas marks its ninth year
Sudbury seniors and weed: A growing demographic for medical marijuana

Sudbury seniors and weed: A growing demographic for medical marijuana

Medical marijuana provider hosts information session aimed at informing older people about pot as medicine
Chelmsford teen fights back, fends off unknown attacker in her home

Chelmsford teen fights back, fends off unknown attacker in her home

Logan Therrien, 13, suffers minor injuries Nov. 17 when man tried to gain entry to her house
The Salvation Army needs volunteers — especially at Christmas

The Salvation Army needs volunteers — especially at Christmas

With the Christmas season soundly settling in across Greater Sudbury, the need for volunteers has never been greater for The Salvation Army .
Nickel City researchers will soon have access to 13 million health records

Nickel City researchers will soon have access to 13 million health records

HSN to house satellite office of the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences