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Hospital foundation wants your junk

The Sudbury Regional Hospital Foundation and NIM Disposals Ltd. wants your junk. "We are turning your scrap metal into medical equipment to help save lives" says Erica Greenspoon, president of NIM Disposals Ltd.

Catholic women to meet in Sudbury

CWL diocesan convention will be held in Greater Sudbury this weekend. An opening mass will be celebrated by Bishop Jean-Louis Plouffe at  Christ the King Church this evening.

Walden student designs logo

Kelsey Scarfone, a 12-year-old student at George Vanier Public School, with some help from her aunt Tracey, designed the winning logo for the Walden Citizens' Action Committee.
Theatre announces 2006-07 season

Theatre announces 2006-07 season

BY APRIL ANTONIAZZI for northern life Patsy Cline, the chief justice for the Nuremburg trials, a 52-year-old widow, two brothers brought together by the death of their father, and boys with dreams of becoming famous pianists will grace the stage of t

Indulge in a night of pampered perfection

BY APRIL ANTONIAZZI for northern life If handsome men dressed to the nines serving you a delectable meal is your dream come true, then look no further because the United Way has found a way to make your dream come true while raising money for a good

It's time to stand up and be counted

BY TAMARA BELKOV It's time to take attendance, Canada. Once every five years Statistics Canada conducts a country-wide census on every Canadian household. This year, the national rollcall will take place Tuesday, May 16.
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)