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The Sudbury native was recently inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. He talks about the game, the calls, and his famous catchphrase
Can new logos and slogans help northeastern communities boost their populations? Designer and Sudbury native Bruce Mau talks municipal makeovers and why the north needs to stop imitating the south.
Inspired by his family’s service, John Hetherington leads battlefield tours of Europe to tell the stories of Canadians who fought and died.
Brock McGillis came out after his hockey career ended — now he’s coaching young players on how to stop using hateful language on and off the ice.
Just two of the 36 mayoral candidates in the region’s five largest cities are women — and while things are changing, some say they’re changing too slowly.
A recent study found that young people in northern Ontario are much less likely to pursue post-secondary education than their southern peers. Here’s why.
At the Eshki-nishnaabemjig camp in northeastern Ontario, adult learners are brushing up on their ancestral language.
Indigenous-led agencies are taking over from the Children’s Aid Society — and placing children in homes where they can stay connected to their cultures.
A new permanent exhibition at Algoma University commemorates the dark history of Shingwauk Indian Residential School.
Sudbury’s proposed NEO Kids hospital would help families with seriously ill children avoid frequent, gruelling road trips to the south — but with a new government in place, its future is uncertain.
At designated sites across the province, visitors can camp out and take in the stars — without light pollution getting in the way.
"Broken" after his discharge from the army, ex-paratrooper Eric Coupal founded the Quartz Ridge Sanctuary, near Sudbury, to help his fellow vets.
OPINION: If the Tories want to improve their standing in the northeast, filling potholes might be the way to go, writes Andrew Autio.
A Liberal backroom deal made national headlines last year, but many Sudbury residents say the Election Act trial is old news in the city.
Politicians in northeastern Ontario say they want to restore the defunct Toronto-to-Cochrane rail service — but can they?
Vast and sparsely populated, the constituency was created in 2017 to amplify the voices of francophone communities in the north.