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Chamber has busy month planned

The Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce will honour outstanding businesses and entrepreneurs Tuesday, May 9 at the ninth Annual Business Excellence Awards. The event will be held at the Radisson Hotel, downtown, beginning at 5:30 pm.

Security firm specializes in parties

BY APRIL ANTONIAZZI While most people try to avoid fights and confrontation at parties, Shawn O'Brien  makes it his business to get in the middle of them.

Mental Health Week conference on workplace stress sold out

BY APRIL ANTONIAZZI Practising mind and body fitness is the goal of this year's Mental Health Week. "Your physical fitness affects your mental health and vice versa.

Diabetics need to take charge of health: expert

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN Rule your diabetes, don't let your diabetes rule you. That's the advice of Dr. Ian Blumer, author of the best-selling book Diabetes for Canadians for Dummies. He spoke at Collège Boréal Wednesday evening.

Villa to honour Brian McKee

The St. Joseph's Foundation of Sudbury will honour the late Father Brian McKee this Saturday by naming the "town square" at St. Joseph's Villa after him.

Doctor's advice for defeating diabetes

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN heidi@northernlife.ca Rule your diabetes, don't let your diabetes rule you. That's the advice of Dr. Ian Blumer, author of the best-selling book Diabetes for Canadians for Dummies.

Cancer survivor to speak

A well-known physician, cancer survivor and television show host will speak in Sudbury, May 12 as part of an oncology conference. Dr. Marla Shapiro, who hosts the CTV show Balance, will speak at the Holiday Inn on Regent St. from 1 to 2 pm.
Bishop challenges women to boost church
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Bishop challenges women to boost church membership

BY TAMARA BELKOV Bishop Jean-Louis Plouffe of the diocese of Sault Ste. Marie welcomed 27 new members to the Catholic Women's League of Canada (CWL) on the weekend.
More organ donors needed in Ontario

More organ donors needed in Ontario

BY KEITH LACEY Many mothers consider their children heroic, but Susan Clarke has more reasons than most to call her son a hero.
Lively man wins $50,000 lotto prize

Lively man wins $50,000 lotto prize

A Lively man and his co-worker for New Liskeard are each $50,000 wealthier after winning the $100,000 second prize on a March 10 Encore draw.