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It's raining cats and dogs

It's raining cats and dogs

 Northern Life photographer Marg Seregelyi was driving along Lasalle Blvd. Thursday when a massive downpour started. She reported that some traffic lights had gone out on Notre Dame Ave. and Paris St. view more photos

A&W wants memories

A&W (named for American founders Allen and Wright) turns 50 this month. The first Canadian A&W opened in Winnipeg in 1956. The drive-in car service restaurant format was brand new in the 1950s.
Reading part of new boys' club

Reading part of new boys' club

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN When Jesse Maloney was a child, he loved reading books and writing his own stories. Now the young man is passing his love of the written word onto his eight-year-old nephew, Ashton Bell-Nisbet.

A gift of simple beauty

Last February I had the good fortune to visit the Austin Museum of Art. The exhibition at the time was a series of work by world-renowned artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude, The Würth Museum Collection.
LU hands out alumni awards

LU hands out alumni awards

Laurentian University hosted a reception June 1 to honour four of its own. The Laurentian Alumni Recognition Awards are designed to acknowledge and celebrate some of the university's most accomplished members of the alumni.
Parents struggle with cost of raising sick
  kids

Parents struggle with cost of raising sick kids

BY KELLY LOUISEIZE for northern life Brian's Latendre's son Ryan was diagnosed with cancer at the age of two.

Let the music begin!

BY HEVEN WHIDDEN for northern life The hills of Bell Park will be alive with the sound of music as the 11th season of the Gazebo Concert Series begins this Sunday, June 4.

Relay for Life laughter and tears

More than 400 cancer survivors with family members and supporters will participate in the annual Canadian Cancer Society Relay For Life.

Good summer expected

(CNW) People planning summer holidays at the camp or at the beach will be happy to know they can expect above normal temperatures in Ontario. The Weather Network predicts most areas of Ontario and Quebec can expect above normal temperatures.
Psychic ability - fact or fiction?

Psychic ability - fact or fiction?

If you asked Trinity Shoppe owners Shelley Young, Tammy Smith and Kimberly Stewart that question, their answer would be simple - it's a fact. All three women claim to have psychic abilities and are now sharing their gift with Sudbury residents.