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You can't take it with you

The Canadian Air Transport Security Authority issued new rules effective Aug. 10 after British police found a plot to bomb commercial aircraft. The rules will affect travellers at any Canadian airport, including on domestic trips.

Garlic chicken recipe has South American flavour

For centuries garlic has ranked high among foods that help prevent disease largely due to its high concent of organosulphide compounds and antioxidant activity. And what's so great about garlic is that is makes food taste great.

Vampires beware: Day of garlic dawning

BY BILL BRADLEY "We've got so much happening at our festival, it's unbelievable, no wonder thousands show up," said Linda Russell, co-ordinator of this year's Original Canadian Garlic Festival. offers online registration

The Sudbury Ringette Association is the first sports association to offer online registration services through Players can now complete and submit registration forms online, as well as submit payment using a credit card. Starting Aug.

61 percent of homes have Internet access

Two-thirds of adult Canadians surfed the Internet in 2005, and those living in larger cities were much more likely to be "on the net" than those in rural areas and small towns, according to the new Canadian Internet Use Survey published by Statistics

Rainbow to show electric car doc

Rainbow Cinemas Sudbury will present Who Killed the Electric Car Aug. 20, 21 and 23. The official selection at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival, this documentary by director Chris Paine tells the story of the electric GM EV1 launched in 1996.

2007 year of Georgia O'Keeffe

SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO: The City of Santa Fe has declared 2007 the Year of Georgia O'Keeffe.
Indo-Canadians celebrate historic day

Indo-Canadians celebrate historic day

Aug. 15 is an important day for India and for members of the India Canada Association of Sudbury. On Aug. 15 1947, India became an independent nation after more than a century of struggle against English, French and Portuguese foreign control.

Mothers keep getting older

The average age of women giving birth in Canada is continuing a long-established upward trend. It rose to 29.7 years in 2004 from 29.6 in 2003, reports Statistics Canada.
Life's a Beach: City of Lake's Top Five

Life's a Beach: City of Lake's Top Five

BY TRACEY DUGUAY Editor's Note: Bell Park remains the undisputed winner when it comes to Greater Sudbury's best beach.  We didn't include it in this article for that reason.