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Kirwan defends his vote on ward funds

Kirwan defends his vote on ward funds

During the City Council meeting held on November 24, 2015, City Council unanimously passed a motion to transfer the HCI funds and administration to the Leisure Services Department.
NEO Kids – Its time has come

NEO Kids – Its time has come

It’s hard to fathom that 25 per cent of northeastern Ontario’s population is under 18 (110,000) and thousands of these young, vulnerable citizens are being shipped out every hour of the day - 365 days a year - for health care in southern Ontario.
Rotary Club ready to uncork this year’s Vive Le Vin

Rotary Club ready to uncork this year’s Vive Le Vin

The Rotary Club of Sudbury Sunrisers has been extremely busy this fall preparing for our annual fundraiser, Vive Le Vin, which is set for Nov. 21 at the Caruso Club. The festivities get underway at 7 p.m. This year promises to be the best event ever.
A Year in Review

A Year in Review

It’s been just over a year that I, along with council, was elected, and I couldn’t be prouder. I have a great team, and we have accomplished and seen so much in a short period of time. Council demonstrated very early on that we are open to change.
Council of Canadians: That one vote is important

Council of Canadians: That one vote is important

In the old days, if a man wanted to show what he believed, he stood up and he was counted. He stood with those who agreed with him and the more there were, the stronger they were. Sometimes a man stood alone and that took a lot of guts.
Is it time to overhaul the electoral system?

Is it time to overhaul the electoral system?

There is a groundswell among the political parties, a recognition that something is amiss with our electoral system.
Why can’t I cut down a tree on my front lawn?

Why can’t I cut down a tree on my front lawn?

If you have been told that you cannot cut down a tree in your yard, it may be because it is on the city’s right of way and is protected by the tree-removal bylaw. Yes, the city has a tree-removal bylaw. You can find it by visiting GreaterSudbury.
Sudbury showcased to 42 clubs during Rotary conference

Sudbury showcased to 42 clubs during Rotary conference

If there was ever a time to be a Rotarian, it is now. The Sudbury Chapter of Rotary Sunrisers were eager to open up the doors to welcome 42 other clubs to the 2015 District 7010 Conference on Sept. 10-13. The theme of the weekend was “Rotary.
Bring Food Home: A conference for everyone

Bring Food Home: A conference for everyone

This morning, like any other morning, people woke up and headed to work. An educator explaining how a seed ends up on your table as food. An aquaculturist checking their cages for damage.
United Way: Together we are possibility

United Way: Together we are possibility

Every day you wake up, you live a life constantly surrounded by people. Some of these people may be loved ones whom you know inside and out, but the vast majority of people that you encounter in your day-to-day life are complete strangers.