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<updated>Review: </updated> Local historians' book about northerners' role in 20th century wars has 'done us a service'

Review: Local historians' book about northerners' role in 20th century wars has 'done us a service'

'The story of war is told by a hundred voices,' says author Ric deMeulles
Lougheed: A fitting tribute to a great Sudburian

Lougheed: A fitting tribute to a great Sudburian

Dr. Bob D'Aloisio died in 2017 after being struck by a vehicle while cycling. His friend and former patient, Gerry Lougheed Jr., pays tribute to him this week, even as the Laurentian Ski Trails were dedicated to the memory of 'Dr. Bob'
Signoretti: In defence of the Greater Sudbury Development Corp. board

Signoretti: In defence of the Greater Sudbury Development Corp. board

Mayor Brian Bigger has twice deferred his motion to replace the GSDC board, but the councillor for Ward 1 says the mayor’s intentions are ‘individual political gain’
<b>Off The Shelf:</b> What is Dr. Sarita Verma reading?

Off The Shelf: What is Dr. Sarita Verma reading?

Dean at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine shares some of her favourite books
Kirwan: Baby boomers are now seniors, and city needs a strategy to care for them

Kirwan: Baby boomers are now seniors, and city needs a strategy to care for them

Greater Sudbury Seniors’ Summit 2019 takes place Oct. 24, and you're invited
Off the shelf: So what does a former poet laureate like to read anyway?

Off the shelf: So what does a former poet laureate like to read anyway?

In his ongoing exploration of the reading habits of Sudburians, Hugh Kruzel sits down for a chat with author, poet, professor and former poet laureate (and sometime actor), Roger Nash
<updated>Get Grilling:</updated> Hotdogs don’t get any respect, but they should

Get Grilling: Hotdogs don’t get any respect, but they should

The humble weiner comes in many forms and flavours, and the fact that it doesn’t get the same respect as a steak is a just a culinary crime 
Lefebvre: Sudbury can lead Canada's fight against climate change

Lefebvre: Sudbury can lead Canada's fight against climate change

Sudbury MP reflects on discussions with climate change activists
Gunn: ‘Moonscape’ Sudbury deserves global recognition for its environmental 180

Gunn: ‘Moonscape’ Sudbury deserves global recognition for its environmental 180

The director of the Vale Living with Lakes Centre says it’s time the Nickel City, its mining companies and its people were recognized for the amazing transformation
Lefebvre: Remember the sacrifice on the the 75th anniversary of D-Day

Lefebvre: Remember the sacrifice on the the 75th anniversary of D-Day

‘Recognizing and respecting the men and women who represent Canada in uniform is very important to me, to our community and our government’