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Walden ski trails closed this weekend

Walden ski trails closed this weekend

Club will host Ontario Cup Jan. 19-21
Northern Lights Fest gives us a sneak peek of this summer's bands

Northern Lights Fest gives us a sneak peek of this summer's bands

Polaris Prize short-lister Lisa LeBlanc set to headline Friday night
Cranberries singer, Dolores O'Riordan, dies at age 46

Cranberries singer, Dolores O'Riordan, dies at age 46

Dolores O'Riordan, lead singer of popular 90's band, dies suddenly
Bel Canto Chorus needs male singers

Bel Canto Chorus needs male singers

'Experience the joy that comes from singing in choir,' group says 
2017 Juno award winner Paul Reddick plays Motley Kitchen Jan. 18

2017 Juno award winner Paul Reddick plays Motley Kitchen Jan. 18

Reddick won for Blues Album of the Year
Theatre Cambrian thinking of selling its Eyre St. building

Theatre Cambrian thinking of selling its Eyre St. building

Mortgage and operational costs are about $11K per month 
Myths and Mirrors launching arts project for youth 12 and older

Myths and Mirrors launching arts project for youth 12 and older

Waking Light 'combines puppetry, performance, media arts and more'
Win a pair of tix to the Jokestack comedy show

Win a pair of tix to the Jokestack comedy show

Give us your best (or worst) dad joke for a chance to see Mark DeBonis and Rachelle Lauzon perform on Jan. 13
Meet the Sudbury sculptor who's leaving his mark on communities across Ontario

Meet the Sudbury sculptor who's leaving his mark on communities across Ontario

Over the past decade, Tyler Fauvelle has become a go-to artist for communities seeking bronze tributes to historical figures and moments
Exhibit of 2,000 moccasin tops remembers missing and murdered Indigenous women

Exhibit of 2,000 moccasin tops remembers missing and murdered Indigenous women

You can catch the Walking With Our Sisters Memorial Art Installation at the architecture school until Jan. 17