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Gardening business not always pretty

Gardening business not always pretty

BY TAMARA BELKOV Most people were shovelling snow two months ago when Glenna Treasure was in her greenhouse scooping soil into potting trays.
Market Square home to Earth Day fun

Market Square home to Earth Day fun

BY CARRIE REGENSTREIF Downtown Market Square will be bustling with environmentally friendly fun at the Sudbury Earth Day Festival on Saturday, April 22.

Labour gets its own stamp

As the national voice of the labour movement in Canada, the Canadian Labour Congress (CLC) represents more than three million unionized workers.

Disabled man refusing medicine

BY TAMARA BELKOV A Sudbury man sick and tired of getting the runaround, stopped taking his prescription medications March 21 to protest  what he says, is unfair treatment by the Sudbury office of the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP)

Researchers to release breast cancer survey

Sudbury will host a consultation on recent breast cancer research Tuesday, April 25.

Art community mourns painters' death

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca Michel Galipeau died surrounded by the art and people who inspired and loved him. The well-known artist, who had a studio on Durham St., died last Thursday following a battle with cancer. He was 52.
Exploring the edible landscape of Gatchell

Exploring the edible landscape of Gatchell

After recently moving to Gatchell, I've come to realize this neighbourhood is Sudbury's very own Garden of Eden. The yards in this area of town feature luscious gardens complete with hops and grapevine arbors and an abundance of hardy fruit trees.
Crafty women enjoy rug hooking

Crafty women enjoy rug hooking

BY APRIL ANTONIAZZI A group of happy hookers has taken up residence at the Older Adult Centre on Durham St. It started last October when the centre offered a course on rug hooking, and the group continues to grow.

Developing the real Hollywood North

BY KEITH LACEY Greater Sudbury's push to become a destination point for movie and television producers across the country continues.
Hearing the call of the wild

Hearing the call of the wild

It's early morning in the wilderness around Burwash and the unmistakable, thundering bugle of a massive 1,000-pound bull elk pierces through the fog.