May 26, 2022

Good morning, Greater Sudbury! Here are a few stories to start your weekend.

Pedestrian struck by vehicle at Notre Dame-King intersection is in critical condition

A 28-year-old man is in hospital in critical condition after being struck by a vehicle at the intersection of Notre Dame Avenue and King Street early Friday morning. Greater Sudbury Police say they received a call about the collision at around 2:25 a.m. this morning. Paramedics transported the man to hospital with life-threatening injuries. The victim’s name will not be released out of respect for his family’s wishes. Notre Dame Avenue was closed for several hours as police investigated the incident. They have determined that a blue four-door sedan was travelling northbound on Notre Dame Avenue when it struck the man at the intersection of King Street. The investigation into the incident is ongoing. Anyone with information related to the collision is asked to contact the GSPS Traffic Management Unit at 705-675-9171. Read the full story here.

Threatened strike at Ontario colleges averted by binding arbitration agreement

It will be business as usual for students and staff at Ontario’s colleges after a threatened strike was averted by an agreement to enter into binding arbitration. Ontario’s colleges and the union representing faculty issued a statement late Thursday night that says they reached an agreement to enter binding interest arbitration and the strike that was scheduled to commence Friday…

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