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<updated>Dieter Buse: </updated>Working from home, the new old

Dieter Buse: Working from home, the new old

LU history prof emeritus says maybe the pandemic will allow us to rediscover the joys of everything from baking to sewing
<updated>Mick Lowe: </updated>My life inside an Ontario nursing home amid a global pandemic

Mick Lowe: My life inside an Ontario nursing home amid a global pandemic

We asked the veteran Sudbury journalist and Pioneer Manor resident to give us his thoughts on COVID-19
<updated>Net Zero: </updated>50 million lost power in 2003 blackout, but what if our energy had been locally produced?

Net Zero: 50 million lost power in 2003 blackout, but what if our energy had been locally produced?

Locally produced energy is not disrupted by faraway events, and is also great for communities' carbon footprints
COVID-19: Show your 'hard rock spirit' and make this our 'finest hour,' Sudbury

COVID-19: Show your 'hard rock spirit' and make this our 'finest hour,' Sudbury

We need to pull together, much like the British did during WWII, says Sudburian Narasim Katary
<updated>Net Zero: </updated> Installing solar panels on my roof just made sense, says Garson farmer

Net Zero: Installing solar panels on my roof just made sense, says Garson farmer

There are upfront costs, but those are recouped eventually
On the importance of buying Sudbury.com

On the importance of buying Sudbury.com

'Today, we begin a new part of that journey as we announce the acquisition of Sudbury.com and Northern Ontario Business'
Opinion: Hey city councillors, if you’re going to debate selling our home, at least have the courage to look us in the eye

Opinion: Hey city councillors, if you’re going to debate selling our home, at least have the courage to look us in the eye

Manor resident, renowned author and former Northern Life columnist, Mick Lowe, weighs in on a perennial Sudbury question: What to do about Pioneer Manor?
Net Zero: Home retrofits can pay for themselves, but incentives could be key

Net Zero: Home retrofits can pay for themselves, but incentives could be key

Not only is making your home more energy efficient could for the planet, but lowering energy costs allows you to keep more of your money
<updated>Kirwan: </updated> KPMG recommendation to reduce city parkland is 'troublesome'

Kirwan: KPMG recommendation to reduce city parkland is 'troublesome'

This comes as the city is trying to promote active living
Fortin: Casino Free Sudbury provides an update on the KED appeals process

Fortin: Casino Free Sudbury provides an update on the KED appeals process

Tom Fortin shares his thoughts on where the process is so far