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It's a small, small world

BYJOHN JAWORSKI How many times have you travelled to another city, another province or another country? Then you see a familiar face or meet someone from your hometown. On a recent trip, my wife and I flew to Budapest.

Garson Mine wins honours

Inco's Garson Mine has been recognized as Canada's safest metal mine by the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM). Garson Mine was awarded the National John T.

Sole Mates opens downtown

Sole Mates Family Footwear has opened up a new 3,600 square foot store at the Rainbow Centre in Downtown Sudbury. Sole Mates Family Footwear now has two locations in the Greater Sudbury.

Quebec company opens building supplies store

Christian Richer, the president of Bargain Building Materials, and Daniel Moreau and France Ducharme, owners of Dan's Lumber, celebrated the grand opening of Bargain Building Materials' new Chelmsford location Wednedsay.

Planet Smashers love playing at the Towne House

BY COLE RIVARD The Planet Smashers, arguably Canada's biggest ska band, is going to be returning to Sudbury this evening. This is the band's first show in Sudbury in some time.

Professor's research on cold water survival challenges conventional wisdom

BY GIANNI UBRIACO Former Laurentian University professor Ronald Wallingford has done some research on how to survive being capsized in cold water that could save lives.

Teacher campaigns for women's studies

Violence against women, body image and gender equity will become regular topics of discussion in high school classrooms if a Parry Sound High School teacher has her way.
Social Planning's school anti-bullying program success
  with kids and adults

Social Planning's school anti-bullying program success with kids and adults

BY TAMARA BELKOV Miss Young's class is literally hopping. The happy frog music comes on and the boys and girls all jump to their feet to bounce to the techno beat.

Private company assists gov't in protecting new home buyers

BY KEITH LACEY Buying a new home is the most important investment the average person makes, and the private corporation mandated to keep track of builders is promising to be more accountable than ever to Ontario consumers.
Equality equals success

Equality equals success

BY TAMARA BELKOV A writing contest designed to promote literacy asked young writers across the country to finish the sentence "Life would be easy if…" When Grade 7 student, Eleisha Dembek, from St.