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Tai Chi club moves into new digs

Tai Chi club moves into new digs

BY JASON THOMPSON After eight years of gathering in church basements, community centres and schools, the Greater Sudbury's Taoist Tai Chi society finally has permanent space to call home. On Sept.
Funds go to breast cancer research

Funds go to breast cancer research

BY TRACEY DUGUAY The philosophy behind the old adage, you can't get a job until you have experience, and you can't get experience until you get a job,  also applies to breast cancer research.

Layering is hot this winter

(NC)-The key to this season's eclectic look is all about layering. Although bundling up often results in an unflattering silhouette, this time around Degree Anti-Perspirant ( www.homebasics.ca ) shares tips on making the trends work for you.

Stay warm, be cool in this fall's hottest outerwear

(NC)-As summer draws to a close, fall's dipping temperatures have us banishing our flip-flops, tank tops and other carefree layer-free fashion. Like it or not, it's time for your annual autumn wardrobe overhaul.

Citizens encouraged to take Great Wheelchair Challenge

Vickie Kaminski is doing it. So is Joe Drago. The CEO of Sudbury Regional Hospital, and the president of the Ontario Hockey Federation, and a dozen other community leaders are taking the Great Wheelchair Challenge.

Eaton's workers to hold reunion

Former employees at the Sudbury Eaton's store are being invited to join former co-workers at a reunion this Monday, Oct. 2 at the Caruso Club. Eaton's, a national department chain, was founded in 1869 by Timothy Eaton.

IDNR-TV to launch in October

IDNR-TV hopes to launch the new station Oct. 2  on Persona Digital Cable. IDNR-TV will  provide a broad range of natural resource industry-related and social-issues programming.

Canada Post kills penny stamp

Canada Post will introduce a new non-denominated stamp that will eliminate the need to purchase one cent stamps after a rate increase. The permanent stamp will go on sale at the current domestic rate of 51¢  Nov.16 at post offices.
Former child star wins Cinefest award

Former child star wins Cinefest award

Toronto actress Sarah Polley picked up an award at Cinefest over the weekend for Away from Her, a movie about an elderly couple dealing with Alzheimer's disease.

Jazz musician returns home for concert

BY BILL BRADLEY A former Sudburian, Reg Schwager, jazz guitarist, will be enthralling the audience at the Huntington Social Centre Sept.