Originally posted on Anti-Racist Canada:
Over the recent years, Soldiers of Odin have formed a chapter in the Greater Sudbury Area, This chapter prides itself to help their community such as volunteering at the local soup kitchen, picking up needles discarded throughout the city, and assisting the homeless with various donations. We’ve been paying close…
The CBC as well as a Sudbury news website came out with articles back in January on how a Pride organization in Sudbury (Fierte Sudbury Pride) has recently been facing bigotry and doxxing attacks from “far-right extremists” and “white supremacists”. The National Telegraph conducted its own investigation into the matter to see what exactly had… Read More CBC Covers for Sexual Predator & ANTIFA Supporter at Pride Organization — The National Telegraph
Recently the government of Alberta released it’s report about Harm Reduction and supervised injection sites affecting it’s province. The report clearly states that supervised injection sites are not helping communities but in fact creating more problematic issues for public safety and how it only creates new users. The word reduction is used quite often with… Read More Why we should address Alberta’s report on a failed Harm Reduction program.
Sudbury.com & The Sudbury Star News:
- Mining company seeking tech solutions for industry problems
- OTTAWA — The RCMP has arrested and charged an Ontario man with falsely claiming to have committed terrorist acts.
- The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times Eastern): — 7 p.m.
- Local restaurant owner opens second take-out business during pandemic
- A group representing amusement fair operators is calling for government support, saying the COVID-19 pandemic has dealt a severe blow to the industry.
- Toronto police have identified the victim of a shooting in the city that left one person dead and injured another. Investigators say 57-year-old Anthony Martin of Maple was pronounced dead at the scene Thursday evening.
- The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 6:42 p.m. EDT on Sept. 25, 2020: There are 150,456 confirmed cases in Canada.
- More than 650 swabs administered on Thursday
- Funding to help address the impact of COVID-19 on local job market
- Will likely be a primarily virtual convention, says party spokesperson
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- Pick up samosas, paneer, chutneys, Indian sweets and more at new Indian grocery store
- A Sudbury resident is one step closer to claiming a lottery win of $10,000 with LOTTARIO on Aug. 8. Since Chris Hatzis is an employee at an authorized OLG retailer, this prize […]
- Student trustee Rosaria Nero (left) stands with chair of the board, Michael Bellmore. Nero is a Grade 12 student at St. Benedict Catholic Secondary School and has actively participated within her school […]
- Pictured, top: Olga Bradley, pastpPresident (left), Catherine Coe, Bruno Michel, Jean Cousineau and Amanda Zurkowski. Bottom: Jeff Martin (left), vice president Julio Navarro, president Joe Drago, and treasurer Jesse Winters. Inner-City Home […]
- During the week of Sept. 21 to 25, students and staff in various Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon schools displayed their Franco-Ontarian pride. Although the COVID-19 pandemic made it impossible to gather or […]
- It’s high time to evaluate the possibility of a guaranteed minimum income, for greater financial equity for all
- In Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen’s play “An Enemy of the People,” the local medical health officer Dr. Stockmann has water from a newly opened spa in his small Norwegian town chemically analyzed. […]