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College has deficit

Cambrian College's $2.9 million deficit for the upcoming academic year can be attributed to provincial funding, salary increases and enrolment, explains Sonia Del Missier, vice-president of academics.

CTS College students win memorial scholarships

Chief Alex McCauley recently presented two Greater Sudbury Police Memorial Scholarship awards to Wayne Rancourt and Veronica Quesnelle , CTS College students in the police foundations program.

Sudbury to host teachers' conference in 2003

Sudbury Catholic District School Board and the City of Greater Sudbury will host the annual Ontario Catholic Schools Trustees' Association AGM conference in 2003. The conference will be held in Sudbury from May 8 to May 10 next year.

Help for family caregivers now online

For caregivers who look after elderly parents or other loved ones at home, the feelings of isolation and helplessness can be overwhelming.

Save the Children march

Save The Children, Stop Sexual Abuse is having a march on April 21 across northeastern Ontario. The march will start in Elliot Lake and travels by bus to Sudbury.

Daily air-quality updates now online

Sudbury residents can now get daily information about air quality in the region. bottom Inco Ltd.

Finish restructuring, urges Gordon

Sudbury Mayor Jim Gordon called on city administrators to stay the path and continue with the job of restructuring in order to keep taxes down.

Tactical unit responds to West End man in crisis

A quiet little street in a West End neighbourhood more closely resembled a war zone Thursday after the heavily-armed police tactical unit was called in to deal with a man who was contemplating suicide.

Register early for Romanow Commission hearing.

Registration will begin at 7:45 am on Thursday, April 11, for the presentations to the Romanow Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada.

Patients in danger

By Rick Pusiak The Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) claims Sudbury Regional Hospital is putting lives in jeopardy by transporting patients with a Toronto-based contractor.