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Arron Pickard

Arron Pickard

Arron Pickard is a reporter and videographer for Sudbury.com. Follow him on Twitter @arronpickard. He can be reached by email at apickard@sudbury.com.

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Explosive devices found at site of Gore Bay shooting that claimed officer's life

Explosive devices found at site of Gore Bay shooting that claimed officer's life

GSPS says disposal unit working to ensure officer and community safety
Explosive devices found at site of Gore Bay shooting that claimed officer's life

Explosive devices found at site of Gore Bay shooting that claimed officer's life

GSPS says disposal unit working to ensure officer and community safety
Woman charged with murder in Massey killing has died

Woman charged with murder in Massey killing has died

Melissa Eden died suddenly in Owen Sound on Nov. 21
Get to know us: Meet Arron Pickard, Sudbury.com’s resident punsmaster

Get to know us: Meet Arron Pickard, Sudbury.com’s resident punsmaster

Born and raised in Northern Ontario, Arron Pickard’s love of dad jokes and bad jokes has followed him his entire 20-year career
Food bank’s 40 member agencies to share in $524K from fall give

Food bank’s 40 member agencies to share in $524K from fall give

It’s the most ever raised for a give, and it comes when there’s a 30% increase in first-time users
Police in Greater Sudbury launch annual Festive RIDE campaign

Police in Greater Sudbury launch annual Festive RIDE campaign

Impaired driving is still trending upwards, says GSPS traffic sergeant
Festival of Trees is back at Science North

Festival of Trees is back at Science North

Science centre, Sudbury Charities Foundation continue partnership with Festival of Lights and Trees
First responders, civilians line up to salute fallen Manitoulin officer Const. Marc Hovingh

First responders, civilians line up to salute fallen Manitoulin officer Const. Marc Hovingh

People lined highway overpasses from Toronto to Sudbury to pay respects to OPP officer killed in the line of duty Nov. 19
First responders, civilians line up to salute fallen Manitoulin officer <b>(3 photos)</b>

First responders, civilians line up to salute fallen Manitoulin officer (3 photos)

People lined highway overpasses from Toronto to Sudbury to pay respects to OPP officer killed in the line of duty Nov. 19
First responders, civilians line up to salute fallen Manitoulin officer Const. Marc Hovingh

First responders, civilians line up to salute fallen Manitoulin officer Const. Marc Hovingh

People lined highway overpasses from Toronto to Sudbury to pay respects to OPP officer killed in the line of duty Nov. 19