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Step up to the tee for cancer research

Miners for Cancer, a group of Sandvik and Inco employees are inviting Sudburians to the Idylwylde Golf and Country Club this weekend for a charity golf challenge.

August is a peachy month

Ontario peaches are at their best during the month of August.  The best tasting fruit is relatively firm, with a smooth skin, sweet aroma and clear peach background colour.
Catch the spirit of spooky travel adventures

Catch the spirit of spooky travel adventures

Story and photos by Marg Seregelyi People are becoming more and more fascinated with apparitions and hauntings these days.   view more photos Seven years ago, Stephanie and Daniel Cumerlato of Hamilton, Ont.
Protecting pets from storms

Protecting pets from storms

Summer is a beautiful season for both people and their pets, but the hot weather is accompanied by a number of hazards for pets.
Green and clean gardens

Green and clean gardens

BY BILL BRADLEY The proof is in. The photos tell the story.
Dirty water coolers can become a breeding ground for
  grime

Dirty water coolers can become a breeding ground for grime

BY BILL BRADLEY There's often nasty surprises lurking in your water cooler equipment, says Rick Arcand, the owner of Sudbury's Water Coolers Unlimited.

Blizzard proceeds go towards children's charities

Hoping to exceed the $1.6 million raised for children's hospitals, Dairy Queen is once again holding their Miracle Treat Day Aug. 10.

Bug off: Global warming increases pest growth

by Bill Bradley Aside from being blamed for the increase in violent storms and intense heat waves, global warming may also be affecting the ability of the forests to handle pest outbreaks.
Doing time in Burwash

Doing time in Burwash

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN In a wind-swept empty field where houses once stood, Henry Fournier chats with old friends about his days as a prison guard at the Burwash Industrial Farm.

Speaking School accepting fall registrations

Speaking School now offers businesses in the north a cost-effective option of using local talent to inspire and motivate audiences.