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Sudbury school produces award-winning talent

Sudbury school produces award-winning talent

BY GIANNI UBRIACO Sudbury's Gauvreau School of Performing Arts and Modeling sent 46 young and talented people with big dreams to the Canadian Model and Talent Convention (CMTC) in Toronto from March 16 to 19.
Young leaders graduate to 'real

Young leaders graduate to 'real world'

Twenty-four young people graduated from United Way's Young Leaders on Board program March 21.
Easter bunny part of pagan legend

Easter bunny part of pagan legend

Easter will be celebrated Sunday, April 16. Many traditions of this religious holiday have their origins in pagan rituals and beliefs.

Spring into April at Yves Rocher

Yves Rocher has opened a beauty centre in the New Sudbury Centre. The centre's beauty experts can answer most questions about makeup and skin care including when are products pass their best date expiry. All skincare and makeup has a shelf life.

Stop smoking through hypnosis

Have you ever made New Year's resolutions that flopped after a few days? Trying to stop smoking? Need to lose weight? Want to be more relaxed and calm during stressful days? Hypnotist M.
50 years flew by Sudbury Aviation

50 years flew by Sudbury Aviation

Time flies by at Sudbury Aviation. This Saturday, the business, located in Azilda, will celebrate its 50th anniversary at the Lively Golf and Country Club. Current owner/operator Marg Watson Hyland couldn't be happier.

Spring into housing cleaning action

Spring arrived Monday, March 20. Spring is a time for renewal and there is no better time to rid yourself of a winter's worth of dust bunnies, dirt and clutter.

Sportsman Show fun family affair

In the 27 years since its inception, the Annual Sudbury Sportsman Show has progressed and evolved, attracting more visitors, presenters and commanding more floor space.

'Not tonight, I'm watching television'

They were born to be wild, celebrated peace, love and the sexual revolution, but as the youngest of the Canadian boomers head into their 40s, they now reporting spending only 15 minutes a day-less than two hours a week-on sex and romance.

Gallery shop celebrates anniversary

BY ROBERT TAGLIALEGNE What started out as a group of artists banding together to promote their works, has turned out to be a successful co-operative with its own gallery on Elgin St.