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Tyler Clarke

Tyler Clarke

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Recent Work by Tyler

Sudbury's first-ever film officer aims to spur on film industry

Sudbury's first-ever film officer aims to spur on film industry

City council voted to create the position during 2022 budget deliberations last year; Clayton Drake experienced in Sudbury film industry
Citizens on Patrol volunteer defends program’s future

Citizens on Patrol volunteer defends program’s future

Theo Reed is joining the push for the local program to be reinstated by Greater Sudbury Police Service as soon as possible, and contends Citizens on Patrol is more effective than one-off efforts conducted by community stewards with good intentions
Sudbury KED project is dead

Sudbury KED project is dead

With Greater Sudbury city council rejecting both administration’s $215-million proposal for the Kingsway Entertainment District and an alternative motion calling for a $150-million version, the long-discussed project is effectively dead
Air Canada flight grounding could help Greater Sudbury Airport

Air Canada flight grounding could help Greater Sudbury Airport

Facing lengthy delays, Air Canada has decided to ground 9,500 of its flights for the months of July and August, which could help prevent cancellations at the Greater Sudbury Airport
Jane Goodall to help celebrate Sudbury’s 10-millionth tree

Jane Goodall to help celebrate Sudbury’s 10-millionth tree

The public is invited to attend a celebration at Bell Park on Thursday afternoon, at which the 10-millionth tree in the city’s 44-year regreening effort will be planted and world-renowned scientist Jane Goodall will be in attendance
Mental health calls up by 180%,  Sudbury police are in a dilemma

Mental health calls up by 180%, Sudbury police are in a dilemma

Chief Paul Pedersen tells the Police Services Board when it comes to the rising need for mental health services police are caught in the middle: They have to respond to calls for service, but when it comes to mental health, officers are not equipped to get people the help they need
Negative 'poling' data for municipal officials in Sudbury

Negative 'poling' data for municipal officials in Sudbury

Signs reading 'Bigger taxe$ every year clean hou$e,' and 'developer$ run thi$ city,' posted in Sudbury's downtown this week called for the ouster of Mayor Brian Bigger and council members
BLM, LGBTQ+ are ‘nut bars’, Sudbury a ‘s***hole’, candidate says

BLM, LGBTQ+ are ‘nut bars’, Sudbury a ‘s***hole’, candidate says

Ontario Party candidate Jason LaFace has posted recent videos to social media in which he calls Black Lives Matter and LGBTQ+ advocates ‘nut bars,’ the COVID-19 pandemic a ‘fake-demic’ and Sudbury a ‘s***hole’
$306M Freedom Convoy lawsuit names Sudbury election candidate

$306M Freedom Convoy lawsuit names Sudbury election candidate

Of the damages sought, 10 per cent are for the 'pain and suffering and discomfort that was caused to the people who live and work in downtown Ottawa.'
The Wolves ‘will never leave Sudbury,’ says Zulich

The Wolves ‘will never leave Sudbury,’ says Zulich

Sudbury Wolves OHL team owner Dario Zulich told Sudbury.com that there’s no validity whatsoever to rumours the Sudbury Wolves might leave the city, saying, ‘I will never sell that team’