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Cambrian's disability advocate Alcorn MacKay wins prestigious award

A champion of inclusion and access for the disabled from Cambrian College has been awarded a prestigious provincial award.

Bursaries applications available

The Northeastern Ontario Regional Cancer Centre Foundation is again accepting applications for student bursary awards. A total of six bursaries will be awarded - three at the secondary school level and three at the post-secondary level.

Councillors? interference could prolong GSU strike

BY CRAIG GILBERT A notice of motion calling for the resignation of the board of directors of Greater Sudbury Hydro Plus Inc. has effectively blocked any meaningful negotiation from happening before Sept.

Extreme Makeover

BY CRAIG GILBERT Local morning radio personalities Melanie Dahl and Terry Callghan are looking for a few extreme women. Terry and Mel from Q92 Their station, Q92, is teaming up Dr.

City's first response to childrens' mental health in trouble

BY CRAIG GILBERT There is a feeling of powerlessness at the Child and Family Centre in Greater Sudbury these days.

Sudbury smarts at work on virtual lab

BY CRAIG GILBERT Laurentian University and two mining giants have teamed up for a world first. Laurentian?s Mining Innovation, Rehabilitation and Applied Research Corporation (MIRARCO) along with Goldcorp Inc.

More cops to patrol outlying areas

BY CRAIG GILBERT The Greater Sudbury Police Service is going to beef up its presence in the outlying communities, but not by as much as originally planned.

Traffic on The Kingsway will be disrupted for construction project

Despite some terrible late winter weather, vital road improvement projects which have been on hold for the winter months are starting again in the City of Greater Sudbury.

Community response unit cleans up Sudbury

BY CRAIG GILBERT The last thing members of the Ukrainian Club wanted to see on their way out the door is a swastika spray painted large as life on a rock face across the way.

Veterans worry mall development will reduce legion hall parking

BY KEITH LACEY Problems with parking have surfaced once again in Greater Sudbury but this time far away from the downtown core.