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Boomers want guilt-free snacks

(CCNMatthews) Canadian boomers are pushing food manufacturers toward healthier snacking choices by choosing foods, such as fresh fruit and yogurt over chips.

Seminar to present secrets of non-verbal communication

Ever wonder if you are giving off the right signals? Sudbury's Speaking School will be conducting a free seminar on body language this evening at the New Sudbury library on Lasalle Blvd. that may provide some answers.
Film shot in Wawa opens Sudbury's film

Film shot in Wawa opens Sudbury's film festival

A small budget British/Canadian movie shot in Wawa, Ont., with big name movie stars, opened the 18th edition of Cinéfest, Sudbury's film festival Sunday night.
Sudbury student appearing in national

Sudbury student appearing in national campaign

Laurentian University student Robin Urekar is featured in the current national Bootlegger Generation B advertising and website campaign.

New map marks trails

BY BILL BRADLEY If you build it they will come, said Rainbow Routes board member Judy Courtemanche. Courtemance spoke at a press conference Wednesday, launching an updated map that marks Greater Sudbury's portion of the Trans-Canada Trail system.

New business built on women-friendly tools

BY BILL BRADLEY The days of Tim "The Tool Man" Taylor are long gone, especially now that Tomboy Tools has come to town.

Festival to highlight Quebec films

The Quebec Film Tour stops in Sudbury at the Cinéfest Sudbury International Film Festival Wednesday and Friday, Sept. 20 and 22, with many special guests.
Cinéfest starts this weekend

Cinéfest starts this weekend

BY VICKI GILHULA The movie-star pretty Tammy Frick is the public face of Sudbury's Film Festival. She has been with Cinèfest for many years, and currently is lending a hand as the interim festival director.

Author to speak about health issues

A medical journalist who has written numerous books on women's health issues is on a mission.

Wagonwheel Ranch celebrating harvest

Wagonwheel Ranch, located in Val Therese, is presenting  harvest events this fall. Every member of the family will enjoy horse-drawn hayrides to see the beautiful fall colours, pony rides, pumpkin carving, and the corn maze.