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Paris Agreement: Let’s get it right for the planet

Paris Agreement: Let’s get it right for the planet

After nearly two decades of international negotiations, the Paris Agreement formally adopted on Dec. 12 set into motion an ambitious global process of accelerated action to avoid catastrophic changes in our global climate.
If ‘Home Alone’ were real, would Harry and Marv survive?

If ‘Home Alone’ were real, would Harry and Marv survive?

Macaulay Culkin recently reprised his role as Kevin McCallister from the Home Alone franchise in an online short that explores the character’s struggles as an adult.
Christmas mourning: Finding the light in the darkness

Christmas mourning: Finding the light in the darkness

On Dec. 6, 400 people gathered at the Marguerite and Gerry Lougheed Community Centre. They were attending the Christmas Service of Remembrance for the newly bereaved this year.
Tory leader blowing hot air about the North, Duguid says

Tory leader blowing hot air about the North, Duguid says

Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown recently attempted to spread false information about our government’s economic development support in Sudbury and Northern Ontario. Perhaps Mr.
Opinion: City council’s Year One accomplishments

Opinion: City council’s Year One accomplishments

As we approach the New Year, it is important to reflect on the progress and achievements of the Greater Sudbury city council.
Tech-savvy guest conductor wows symphony crowd

Tech-savvy guest conductor wows symphony crowd

A near-capacity crowd filled Glad Tidings Church on Nov. 28 to hear a selection of holiday classics and music often associated with the Christmas season.
Sunrisers pitching in with annual Fill A Crib campaign

Sunrisers pitching in with annual Fill A Crib campaign

It can happen to all of us, please don’t kid yourself, says Dedee Flietstra, executive director of the Infant Food Bank.
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.