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AntiHumanTrafficking 24h
Ontario will not tolerate human trafficking in our communities. In recognition of Human Trafficking Awareness Day, Associate Minister and Solicitor General talk about Ontario’s commitment to protecting women and children.
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Health Sciences North Feb 21
Important Notice for Patients. We are experiencing extremely high volumes of admitted patients resulting in impacts to the Emergency Department.
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Sudbury Police Feb 21
PSA: is experiencing extremely high volumes of admitted patients resulting in impacts to the Emergency Department. With this significant surge, patients coming to HSN's ED can expect longer than usual wait times for an inpatient bed. Please be patient.
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Sudbury Police Feb 21
Lost your cell phone? Jewelry? Purse? Wallet? You can report lost property to us online. If your property was stolen, you can also report online. Learn more:
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Sudbury Police Feb 21
What can YOU do to help a missing person investigation? - have up-to-date photos available - register via VPR if applicable - share info on social media - check personal properties (outbuildings) - be KIND on social media - Call Crime Stoppers or Police
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Sudbury Police Feb 21
Last night, GSPS Sgt. Sherry Young attended the “Celebrating Success” event - recognizing the achievements of ’s international alumni & international students. Congrats to all those recognized on making a difference in our community
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Public Health Sudbury & Districts Feb 20
Drug warning: There are highly potent substances circulating in Greater Sudbury, which have led to an increase in suspected opioid-related overdoses. Please distribute this information widely to help share the message.
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Sudbury Police Feb 20
Another 80 Lethal Doses of Fentanyl Taken Off Sudbury Streets thanks to our GSPS Integrated Crime Team, GSPS Tactical Team and Organized Crime Enforcement Bureau:
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Sudbury Police Feb 20
Worried about your loved one’s due to their medical, physical or cognitive disability? You can register them into our Vulnerable Persons Registry for first responders to better assist them in a crisis situation. Learn more:
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The OACP Feb 20
Great leaders = great learning opportunities! TY & D/Comm. Jodie Boudreau, Supt. Sue Decock, D/Chief Ingrid Berkeley-Brown & D/Chief Robertson Rouse for speaking 2 workshop
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Sudbury Police Feb 20
Today is & although our Tactical K9s are not considered “pets”, we still love them either way. Our K9 Leo works alongside handler Cst. John Robinson & they make quite the team. There is a reason they are called “man’s best friend”.
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Sudbury Police Feb 19
Too chicken to plunge? We have good news: you don't need to jump in the icy waters of Ramsey Lake at the Polar Plunge on March 7th to support . You can purchase a rubber duck for $10 instead. 4 lucky ducks will be drawn. Email gsps.mail@gsps.ca to inquire.
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Sudbury Police Feb 19
Something exciting is in the works in . Our Tactical Unit Officers have teamed up with on a new project. Stay tuned...
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Sudbury Police Feb 19
Don’t miss the Law Enforcement Snowmobile Torch Ride this Sunday, February 23rd, 2020! Rev up your engines and join us on the Cartier Moose Loop. All funds raised for . See details/Register online:
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Paul Pedersen Feb 19
On behalf of all of us in the family we send our support and condolences to everyone in the family who are grieving the loss of one of their family.
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Sudbury Police Feb 18
Replying to @Danika_Bergeron
Yes. It was only closed for a short period of time.
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Sudbury Police Feb 18
We will be there! Make sure to stop by and say hi to our Volunteer team if you are interested in joining the Greater Sudbury Police Service as a Volunteer member.
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Sudbury Police Feb 18
TRAFFIC DELAY - PARIS ST/BRADY ST - Officers will be closing down Paris St heading towards the hospital at the Brady St intersection for a short period of time in order to assist two transports stuck on the Paris St bridge. Please be patient or find an alternative route.
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Sudbury Police Feb 18
Replying to @SudburyPolice
. BARRYDOWNE RD at WOODBINE AVE is open. Thank you for your patience.
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Sudbury Police Feb 18
TRAFFIC DELAYS - COLLISION - BARRYDOWNE RD/WOODBINE AVE - Barrydowne Rd heading towards Lasalle Blvd will be closed at the entrance to in order to allow tow trucks to remove affected vehicles after collision. Please be patient and slow down. Please make room.
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