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United Way Sudbury and Nipissing Districts offering area grants

United Way Sudbury and Nipissing Districts offering area grants

Local charities can apply for small grants for projects
Celebrate World Labyrinth Day at grotto May 6

Celebrate World Labyrinth Day at grotto May 6

Event a way to focus on peace
Retired Sears employee and committed volunteer named BPW Woman of the Month

Retired Sears employee and committed volunteer named BPW Woman of the Month

Bev Brisco known for her work with Angels in Pink, among many other causes 
Motion seeks to establish rules for filming in residential areas

Motion seeks to establish rules for filming in residential areas

July report would recommend best practices for Sudbury's surging movie industry
New CEO's lack of health care knowledge not a problem, hospital chair says

New CEO's lack of health care knowledge not a problem, hospital chair says

Nicole Everest says track record, education experience, government contacts set Dominic Giroux apart in CEO search
Tipping fee holiday starts on Monday

Tipping fee holiday starts on Monday

Residential tipping fees waived until May 6
<updated>Live:</updated> City council votes on controversial fire plan

Live: City council votes on controversial fire plan

Live coverage begins at 4 p.m.
Photos: Robot challenge gears up at Science North

Photos: Robot challenge gears up at Science North

100 CSCNO students go head-to-head to be crowned robot champions
Kevin O'Leary to quit Conservative leadership race, support Maxime Bernier

Kevin O'Leary to quit Conservative leadership race, support Maxime Bernier

OTTAWA — Celebrity investor and reality-TV star Kevin O'Leary is quitting the federal Conservative leadership race and throwing his support behind Quebec rival Maxime Bernier.
The awful death of Jack Webb: Wife tells how crowded hospital failed her husband

The awful death of Jack Webb: Wife tells how crowded hospital failed her husband

HALIFAX — Jack Webb had had enough. He'd languished for six hours in a chilly emergency-room hallway, had a broken IV in his arm, and was bumped from his room by another dying patient during five days of struggles in Halifax's largest hospital.