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Tips for managing the boss

(CNW)Everyone encounters less-than-perfect supervisors at some point in their careers.
Italian community has World Cup fever

Italian community has World Cup fever

BY KEITH LACEY He was only joking, but Tony Nero told all employees they had better be wearing red, white and green, the colours of Italy's national flag, when they reported for work Tuesday.

Fish for free this weekend

The Ontario government is inviting everyone to get outdoors and reel in some fun during the 13th annual Ontario Family Fishing Weekend.
Downtown restaurant hosts breast cancer
  fundraiser

Downtown restaurant hosts breast cancer fundraiser

BY GIANNI UBRIACO  A local breast cancer fundraiser was held July 2 at The Laughing Buddha on Elgin St.

New Ontario trillium logo 'very liberal'

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN Nickel Belt MPP Shelley Martel thinks there's a sinister purpose behind the provincial government's decision to spend $219,000 to re-design  Ontario's trillium logo.
NLFB ready to rock the park this weekend

NLFB ready to rock the park this weekend

BY KEITH LACEY Although Jeff Healey became a household name to Canadian music fans playing rock n' roll and blues, his first musical love is jazz.

Musicians support cancer research

A Sudbury woman, Dawn Bujold, will be participating in The Weekend to End Breast Cancer 60-kilometre walk in Ottawa, July 21-23.
An Inconvenient Truth playing downtown

An Inconvenient Truth playing downtown

BY BILL BRADLEY Recent polls by The Toronto Star indicate Canadians are increasingly concerned about climate change when they think about their future. Now Sudburians can see the movie about the topic.
Fireworks fly despite nasty Canada Day
  weather

Fireworks fly despite nasty Canada Day weather

BY GIANNI UBRIACO The rain was not enough to put a damper on Canada Day festivities held at Science North Saturday as thousands came out to celebrate Canada's 139th birthday.

Multicultural birthday bash held at arena

BY GIANNI UBRIACO Greater Sudbury residents who dropped by the Sudbury Arena Saturday got a little taste of the world at the city's annual Canada Day multicultural festival.