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I have ASMR, do you?

I have ASMR, do you?

April 9 marks International ASMR Day
A man cut his thumb off so these Orillia students made him a new one

A man cut his thumb off so these Orillia students made him a new one

'As soon as I saw it, I couldn't believe it'
Police in Ontario city blame gamers for $50,000 ransacking

Police in Ontario city blame gamers for $50,000 ransacking

The break-in to a local business happened Thursday
Northern Ontario city's religious leaders band together to oppose casino project

Northern Ontario city's religious leaders band together to oppose casino project

Casino relocation will have 'serious and disproportionately negative impact on vulnerable communities' church leaders say in letter to media
Paving company to pay $195,000 fine after 2015 death of Sudbury woman

Paving company to pay $195,000 fine after 2015 death of Sudbury woman

Company found guilty of failing to provide a signaller, two other charges withdrawn
He gets them good: Watch a Sudbury man <updated>troll a CRA phone scammer </updated> (Video)

He gets them good: Watch a Sudbury man troll a CRA phone scammer (Video)

Elaborate CRA phone scam attempts to get unsuspecting people to spends thousands on Bitcoin; computer store owner says he's stopped a dozen people from being defrauded
World Down Syndrome Day has special meaning for Orillia family <b>(3 photos)</b>

World Down Syndrome Day has special meaning for Orillia family (3 photos)

'It's important ... to recognize everyone is unique and embrace everybody,' says mother
#MeTooMining pushing for change in the industry

#MeTooMining pushing for change in the industry

Susan Lomas, a 30-year veteran of mining, thinks more women should be working underground
Typo means Ontario Winter Games may have to replace 1,500 medals

Typo means Ontario Winter Games may have to replace 1,500 medals

'Huge oversight' led to misprint in French, general manager says
Mayor says racism exists in Timmins, stands by comment that it's not 'normalized'

Mayor says racism exists in Timmins, stands by comment that it's not 'normalized'

While he’s taken criticism for it, Timmins Mayor Steve Black stands by his comments that racism isn’t ‘normalized’ in the city