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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.

Sudburians remember Vimy Ridge

By Rick Pusiak Sudburians have a chance Sunday afternoon to help commemorate one of the most important wartime victories in Canadian history.

We've grown

Laurentian Media president Michael Atkins introduced at a launch party Thursday at Science North.

Collège Boréal gets new job

The province and Collège Boréal have signed an agreement to provide French-language college education in central and southwestern Ontario.

Inco explosion under investigation

A Saturday night (April 6) fire at the Inco smelter No. 2 furnace baghouse resulted in three workers being injured and over $100,000 in damage.

Three NORCC staff earned over $300,000 in 2001

Sudbury's highest paid public sector employee, Dr. Randy Bissett, made $325,000 last year.

TV minister returning for homecoming

By Vicki Gilhula Rev. David Mainse and his Cross-Canada Tour will visit Glad Tidings Tabernacle, Wednesday, April 24.

Sudbury to host writers

The Canadian Authors Association will hold its annual convention in Sudbury this year. The association plays a key role in the development of the Canadian writing community.