Local News

Soldiers of Odin “Sudbury”

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…

CBC Covers for Sexual Predator & ANTIFA Supporter at Pride Organization — The National Telegraph

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

Why we should address Alberta’s report on a failed Harm Reduction program.

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:

  • by Pat Hickey, Montreal Gazette
    Police are still looking for their father, 44-year-old Martin Carpentier.
  • by Sudbury Star Staff
    The 1st Annual Maison McCulloch Hospice Care-a-Thon raised more than $153.000. The original goal was $25,000 to replace the funds raised by the Butterfly Release, cancelled by the COVID pandemic. Gerry Lougheed, […]
  • by Sudbury Star Staff
    With a few wrinkles in place to combat the spread of the COVID-19 virus, churches in Sudbury and across Ontario are open and once again serving the faithful. Father Guy Albert, responsible […]
  • by Rev. Thomas P. Arth
    Maybe you didn’t notice, but a couple of weeks ago school ended. You’re forgiven if you didn’t happen to notice. Schoolyards and classrooms had been eerily quiet for the past three-and-a-half months […]
  • by Donald Macdonald
    Ukrainian Seniors’ Centre adapts services due to pandemic As a result of restrictions in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the usual community fundraising events that take place at the Ukrainian Seniors’ […]
  • by Donald Macdonald
    Crash witnesses sought Greater Sudbury Police officers are seeking witnesses to a two-vehicle collision near the intersection of The Kingsway and Barrydowne Road on Friday. The crash sent three people to hospital […]
  • by Sudbury Star Staff
    July 12 Art: This July, Sudbury’s downtown core will be transformed into one big showcase for local artists and local businesses alike. Downtown Sudbury Art Crawl is back at it this year […]
  • by Letter to the editor
    I have been following, in several media sources, the progress of Gateway Casinos for several years now with increasing dismay that they may be building a casino here in Greater Sudbury. With […]