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Review -Shaw Too True Invisible

By Ric Wellwood The Shaw Festival at Niagara-on-the-Lake has opened two more productions for its summer season, one at the Court House Theatre and one at the Royal George.
LU honours health and safety activist

LU honours health and safety activist

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca Homer Seguin says he can still vividly remember walking into Inco's old sintering plant, "the worst plant ever built", as a brash 16-year-old and being scared out of his wits.
Tough to say goodbye

Tough to say goodbye

The executive members of the Jubilee Folk Ensemble advisory board said thanks and goodbye to their president recently.
Walk for Dog Guides

Walk for Dog Guides

BY TAMARA BELKOV Dogs of every size, shape and colour could be seen leading their owners around by their leash at Bell Park Saturday May 28.
Wind energy is going mainstream

Wind energy is going mainstream

BY BILL BRADLEY bbradley@northernlife.ca Canadian Tire is selling wind turbines in most of its 400 stores across Canada, including Sudbury's south end location at Algonquin Square.
Amazing good time

Amazing good time

The Second Annual Amazing Charity Race took place on May 26, beginning at Grumbler's on Regent Street.

Marymount students lend St Joe's villa a hand

BY COLE RIVARD Marymount Academy students are helping seniors at St. Joseph's Villa. Students will devote their volunteer time and fundraising initiatives to seniors at the long-term care home, which is located near Laurentian University.

Satellite event planned for busy women

Northern Life, Northern Ontario Business and Cineplex Entertainment invite Sudbury women to experience entertainment and empowerment during a one-day exclusive event next month.

Teenagers take care of business Monday

Some interesting ideas will be presented when young entrepreneurs from Sudbury Secondary School participate in the 4th Annual In-School Business Challenge, this Monday, May 29.

Plans underway for Sainte-Jean celebration

BY COLE RIVARD Music, sports tournaments and family fun are all part of a big Sainte-Jean-Baptiste bash taking place in Sudbury between June 22 and 25.