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Library announces food for fines program

The Greater Sudbury Public Library is again offering citizens an opportunity to reduce their overdue fines and help those less fortunate at the same time. From Monday Nov. 27 to Sunday Dec.
Questions for the man in red

Questions for the man in red

You better watch out, you better not cry because Santa Claus is coming to town tomorrow, Saturday Nov. 18. He arrives to participate in Greater Sudbury's annual Santa Claus parade. The parade starts at 5:30 pm.

Getting fit teaches students life lessons at alternative school

BY GIANNI UBRIACO Alternative programs give students who fall through the cracks an opportunity to get their diplomas through different teaching methods in a more relaxed and conducive atmosphere.

Women account for 18 percent of police officers

As of May 15, 2006, Canada had almost 62,500 police officers, a gain of about 1,400 from the previous year. This represents a rate of 192 officers for every 100,000 population, up two percent  from 2005 and the highest rate since 1994.

This year go away for the holidays

The City of Lights (NC)-While historians would have you believe that Paris was so named The City of Light due to its early adoption of street lamps, a Christmastime visit will soon convince you otherwise.

Telethon to start at new time

Continuing an annual tradition since 1949, the 58th Annual CTV Lions Children's Christmas Telethon will air at a brand new time, Saturday, Dec. 2 at 2 pm. on CTV.

Bank of Canada issues new $5 bill

The Bank of Canada is issuing a new $5 note with upgraded security features in order to improve the security of Canadian bank notes. The note will be available within a few weeks.

Thorneloe's Macbeth dares to be sexy

BY JAMES KERSHAW Just as the title states, November's production of William Shakespeare's Macbeth by Thorneloe Theatre Arts will be unlike any other Macbeth.
Sudbury Secondary to present classic about nuns and
  Nazis

Sudbury Secondary to present classic about nuns and Nazis

BY MAREK KRASUSKI Dramatic instincts, solid musicianship and youthful exuberance promise to set the tone and direction of Rogers and Hammerstein's classic, The Sound Of Music.

Capreol couple 'thrilled' with lotto win

A Capreol couple plans on buying a new car, paying off some debts and investing the rest of their $73,156 Lotto 6/49 prize. "I was stunned, flabbergasted and thrilled all at the same time," Marla White said in a news release.