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Matt Durnan

Matt Durnan

Matt Durnan is a reporter at Sudbury.com, covering city hall and general news. He is a graduate of Humber College's Journalism program. Matt spent time as a reporter in Thompson, Man., as well as Airdrie, Alta., before moving to Sudbury. Follow him on Twitter @mdurnan. He can be reached by email at mdurnan@sudbury.com.

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Recent Work by Matt

Council will have to make some tough decisions for the 2020-2021 budget

Council will have to make some tough decisions for the 2020-2021 budget

Elected officials have to stop avoiding making politically unpopular decisions, says Ward 4 Coun. Geoff McCausland
Business owners want <updated>action, not words</updated> on issues plaguing downtown

Business owners want action, not words on issues plaguing downtown

‘If somebody with COVID goes into a place and spits on food, they would get into more trouble than the people shooting up in the streets and selling drugs’
City looking to recover $16M to limit tax increase 3.9%

City looking to recover $16M to limit tax increase 3.9%

Framework for city's 2021 budget begins to take shape as finance committee provides directions to city staff
Bigger: City creating a 'task team' to address social issues plaguing downtown

Bigger: City creating a 'task team' to address social issues plaguing downtown

Violence, vandalism and drug use have been issues for some time, but mayor says downtown situation will only get worse unless city takes action
Black Lives Matter Sudbury marches through the rain for equality

Black Lives Matter Sudbury marches through the rain for equality

BLMS looking to advance discussions with city council and create positive change in Greater Sudbury
CN Tower designers picked as consultants on downtown Sudbury library, art gallery proposal

CN Tower designers picked as consultants on downtown Sudbury library, art gallery proposal

WZMH Architects chosen from field of 13 submissions for Junction East project
New Sudbury arena project 'will get built,’ says Wolves owner

New Sudbury arena project 'will get built,’ says Wolves owner

Dario Zulich confident in sports-entertainment complex construction as project opponents continue to mount challenges, look for downtown support
‘The KED will get built,’ says Wolves owner Dario Zulich

‘The KED will get built,’ says Wolves owner Dario Zulich

Wolves owner talks LPAT, Project Now and the upcoming OHL season
Demonstrators in Sudbury march against Caledonia land development

Demonstrators in Sudbury march against Caledonia land development

Organized by Planet Over Profit, about a dozen people marched up the Bridge of Nations in solidarity with opponents of McKenzie Meadows development
Court costs and Kingsway hearings top of mind as council receives large projects update

Court costs and Kingsway hearings top of mind as council receives large projects update

City makes submission to recover some $200K of court costs from Superior Court challenge to KED