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Man shot by police was armed with an ‘edged weapon’: SIU

Man shot by police was armed with an ‘edged weapon’: SIU

The Special Investigations Unit has filed their first public statement regarding the Feb. 21 incident in which Greater Sudbury Police shot a man
Ice in decline over Great Lakes

Ice in decline over Great Lakes

The amount of open water on the Great Lakes hasn't been seen like this in February in 50 years, says Michigan University experts.
LA police release more info in case of Sault man charged with murder

LA police release more info in case of Sault man charged with murder

Police still working to verify victim's identity, have yet to pinpoint location where murder happened.
MPs maintain Ottawa will continue to invest in roads

MPs maintain Ottawa will continue to invest in roads

“In the riding we have invested at least $80 million in the twinning of the highway, something that constituents will tell you all the time is critical to the safety of road transportation here in Northern Ontario.”
LETTER: Reader planned to protest pilot project by not shopping at LCBO

LETTER: Reader planned to protest pilot project by not shopping at LCBO

Judging by the speed at which the government put the kibosh on the plan, I expect that other concerned citizens voiced their ideological concerns in a highly focused way as well.
NAPS, Turtle Concepts take confidence-building program to Sandy Lake

NAPS, Turtle Concepts take confidence-building program to Sandy Lake

The partnership between Turtle Concepts and NAPS began little more than a year ago when Chief of Police Roland Morrison observed the group in Thunder Bay.
Good Morning, Superior North!

Good Morning, Superior North!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices.
Public complaint leads to drug bust in Nipigon

Public complaint leads to drug bust in Nipigon

Nipigon OPP has arrested and charged one individual for trafficking illicit drugs.
FedNor provides $1.7 million to North Shore business

FedNor provides $1.7 million to North Shore business

The government of Canada announced it has renewed a $1.7 million boost to economic development along the Lake Superior North Shore area.
Weather has been great for Nipigon Ice Fest

Weather has been great for Nipigon Ice Fest

The annual ice climbing event, which has been held since 1986, will take place on Saturday, March 2.
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