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'Beppi' regreened Laurentian before regreening was a thing: Now LU is preserving his legacy

'Beppi' regreened Laurentian before regreening was a thing: Now LU is preserving his legacy

Grounds foreman Giuseppe 'Beppi' Curridor's work was an inspiration to LU biologists working on Sudbury's regreening efforts
Environment Canada calling for significant snowfall to hit Sudbury

Environment Canada calling for significant snowfall to hit Sudbury

Up to 25 cm of snow could hit the Nickel City this weekend
City could save $4M a year closing old arenas, reducing parkland, KPMG report states

City could save $4M a year closing old arenas, reducing parkland, KPMG report states

KPMG review earmarks 10 ways city can reduce operating costs
Mountain of Mittens: Sudbury Five fans asked to buy  mittens for kids in need

Mountain of Mittens: Sudbury Five fans asked to buy mittens for kids in need

You can then throw them onto the court during half time at Jan. 19 game
Extreme cold alert issued with temperatures expected to plummet tonight

Extreme cold alert issued with temperatures expected to plummet tonight

Temperature will hit -31 with the wind chill Thursday evening
Lively Ski Hill is now open for the season

Lively Ski Hill is now open for the season

Get your ski gear out of the basement! You can hit the slopes in Lively
TESC Contracting names new president

TESC Contracting names new president

Julie Zulich took over the role on Jan. 1
Note for travellers: Snow squalls in Barrie area today and tonight

Note for travellers: Snow squalls in Barrie area today and tonight

Snowfall amounts of 10 to 15 cm are expected
Best gas deal in Greater Sudbury 118.3 at Pioneer in Chelmsford

Best gas deal in Greater Sudbury 118.3 at Pioneer in Chelmsford

Chelmsford and Lively have cheaper gas, but most of Sudbury at 123.9
Ford government to compensate parents affected by teachers' strikes

Ford government to compensate parents affected by teachers' strikes

Education Minister Stephen Lecce said the funding is intended to ensure students 'remain cared for' during the labour actions being staged by the province's four major teacher unions