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Matt Durnan

Matt Durnan

Matt Durnan is the night desk reporter at Sudbury.com. He is a graduate of Humber College's Journalism program. Matt spent time as a reporter in Thompson, Man., as well as Airdrie, Alta., before moving to Sudbury. Follow him on Twitter @mdurnan. He can be reached by email at mdurnan@sudbury.com.

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GoodLife grant will help special needs kids learn to ride bikes

GoodLife grant will help special needs kids learn to ride bikes

GoodLife kicks in $13,600 to bring iCan Bike Camp to Sudbury
<updated>One up!</updated> Get your game face on at the Northern Game Expo this weekend

One up! Get your game face on at the Northern Game Expo this weekend

Exclusive event Saturday with curator of Canada's Video Game Museum
Patient involvement a priority in health care planning

Patient involvement a priority in health care planning

Palliative care physician speaks in Sudbury
Sudbury long-term care is in crisis mode

Sudbury long-term care is in crisis mode

Sudbury's personal support workers look to NDP for answers
Vale lays off 18 full-time employees

Vale lays off 18 full-time employees

Past year has been 'one of transformation' for mining company says Angie Robson
Vale lays off 18 full-time employees

Vale lays off 18 full-time employees

Past year has been 'one of transformation' for mining company says Angie Robson
Rally: Unions tired of being 'disrespected' by Ontario Hospital Assoc.

Rally: Unions tired of being 'disrespected' by Ontario Hospital Assoc.

Unions and OHA return to the table this weekend, have been without a contract since last September
Sudbury now home to Ontario's first Para-Nordic training centre

Sudbury now home to Ontario's first Para-Nordic training centre

Kivi Park will attract Para-Nordic athletes from all over the province
Sudbury's environmental leaders honoured for going green

Sudbury's environmental leaders honoured for going green

Green Economy North holds second annual evening of recognition
After more than five decades, 86-year-old bowls her final frame

After more than five decades, 86-year-old bowls her final frame

St. Dominique Bowling League bids a fond farewell to Claire Marleau