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VIDEO: Put down your devices today and enjoy the real world

VIDEO: Put down your devices today and enjoy the real world

March 1 is Global Day of Unplugging, a 24-hour period in which we're all encouraged to ditch our screens and savour some real-life moments. So check out this interview — then go outside
Canadian Cancer Society urges Ontario to cover cost of take-home medication

Canadian Cancer Society urges Ontario to cover cost of take-home medication

Kirsten Watson was weeks away last year from losing access to potentially life-saving medication — a situation she found herself in because Ontario does not cover the cost of take-home cancer drugs
College students offering social justice workshop for kids

College students offering social justice workshop for kids

Contact Cambrian College if you’d like to book the workshop for your school or organization
Former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney dead at 84

Former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney dead at 84

Elected in 1984 with a large majority, Mulroney left politics in 1993
‘Artbeat’ celebration runs at Sudbury Sec March 4

‘Artbeat’ celebration runs at Sudbury Sec March 4

Check out the school’s celebration of visual and performing arts
Credit rating agency says new funding for Ontario universities a 'stop gap'

Credit rating agency says new funding for Ontario universities a 'stop gap'

Ontario's recent post-secondary funding announcement is only a "stop gap" that will still leave universities struggling, and which may end up hurting the student experience, a global credit rating agency said Wednesday
Former prime minister Brian Mulroney dead at 84

Former prime minister Brian Mulroney dead at 84

The country's 18th prime minister died peacefully today surrounded by family, according to a social media post by his daughter Caroline
Check out The Moonwalk at Science North on March Break

Check out The Moonwalk at Science North on March Break

Sudbury’s two science centres are open for March Break, and there’s some new exhibits to check out
Chamber’s Women’s Day breakfast features panel of leaders

Chamber’s Women’s Day breakfast features panel of leaders

In honour of International Women’s Day, the Chamber of Commerce is hosting a breakfast and keynote panel with Julie Zulich, Heather Scott Mannella, Shannon Bubalo, and Dr. Nadia Mykytczuk
Reduced load restrictions on city roads take effect March 1

Reduced load restrictions on city roads take effect March 1

Restriction preserves road health from heavy traffic during the spring thaw