Greater Sudbury Police have located a woman reported missing in good health.
Gabriela Reuben, 32, went missing earlier this month, Greater Sudbury Police said on its Twitter account.
Collision Reporting Centre closed on Family Day
The Collision Reporting Centre, 239 Montée Principale in Azilda, will be closed on Monday for Family Day. Regular operating hours will resume Feb. 18 from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. The centre can be reached at 705-983-0994.
Get outside and enjoy Family Day
Mayor Brian Bigger is encouraging everyone in Greater Sudbury to make the most out of the Family Day weekend by exploring our city and taking advantage of everything it has to offer.
“We are so fortunate to live in a city where residents and visitors get to enjoy all four seasons with so many options available right here at our fingertips,” Bigger said in a release. “We’ve got trails for hiking, skiing and fat-biking and we’ve got rinks, ovals and Ramsey Lake for skating with the family. We’ve also got great local places to shop, eat and enjoy a hot drink.”
The City of Greater Sudbury has many formal and informal activities and events residents can enjoy over the weekend, including the Ramsey Lake skate path and free skating at local arenas; Adanac and Lively ski hills; Kivi Park; free ice-fishing at Lake Laurentian Conservation Area; as well as Science North and Dynamic Earth.
“We’re northerners; let’s all enjoy our beautiful surroundings and take advantage of the extra day off,” the mayor said.
For more information, visit discoversudbury.ca/familyday.
Messy Church March 3
The next Messy Church event is scheduled for March 3 from 4:45 to 6:45 p.m. The churches in Copper Cliff sponsor the event.
It will be held at St John’s Church, 34 Godfrey Dr. in Copper Cliff (the church in the park). All welcome but children under 12 must bring an adult.
If you go, enjoy fellowship, a story, free meal and family activities. For more information, call Linda at 705-522-1639.
Watershed alliance meeting
A general meeting of the Greater Sudbury Watershed Alliance will be held Feb. 24, 7 p.m. at the Vale Living with Lakes Centre, Ramsey Lake Road, Room 102. These meetings are open to the public.
The agenda includes a short presentation from James Gomme on the environmental issues experienced by the property owners in the Rock Lake area during the highway 69 realignment.
Also, learn more about the Troubled Waters Forum — Keeping Lakes Blue in a Warming World, to be held April 30.