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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
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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.

Canadians celebrate diversity

BY GIANNI UBRIACO For some Canadians who have become accustomed to our way of life, Canada's 139th birthday this past weekend came and went without much of a second thought.
Laptop learning wave of the future

Laptop learning wave of the future

BY TAMARA BELKOV While their students began their summer vacations Friday, a group of teachers from the Sudbury Catholic District School Board attended a seminar called An Apple for the Teacher Day at Marymount Academy.

Women wanted for clinical breast cancer trial

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN Researchers at the Northeastern Ontario Regional Cancer Centre (NEORCC) are looking for post-menopausal women at risk of developing breast cancer to participate in a trial studying a new drug that may prevent the disease.
Happy Canada Day

Happy Canada Day

1  Who or what is Sudbury's Ramsey Lake named for? a) CPR surveyor W. A.
New use for historic Copper Cliff building

New use for historic Copper Cliff building

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN A historic Copper Cliff building will get a new lease on life when it opens its doors Aug. 1 as the Copper Cliff Manor Retirement Residence. The former Copper Cliff Hospital, located at the corner of Serpentine St. and Godfrey Dr.
Lord of the Rings closing

Lord of the Rings closing

Just three months after it opened to largely negative reviews, producers of the $28-million Lord of the Rings stage show have announced it will close in Toronto Sept. 3.