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Province invests thousands in aboriginal education

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN heidi@northernlife.ca The N'Swakamok Native Friendship Centre is receiving another $62,000 a year from the province to provide a program for pre-teen children called Akwe:go.

2004 Newsmakers: Girl touched many lives

A Sudbury girl who touched the lives of so many in her brief but courageous life is one of Northern Life?s Newsmakers of 2004. RENEISSA BOESWALD and her mother Sonia. The 10-year-old died in March.

Wallbridge has big plans for Broken Hammer Zone

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca A Sudbury-based mining company is hoping to make the giant leap from successful exploration business to full production company within the next year.

Quiet hero remembered

BY HEATHER CAMPBELL A fatal car accident on Highway 400 claimed the life of Pat Aitken, a well-known member of the Sudbury community, Saturday afternoon. AITKEN Dr.

Sudbury Health Unit opens two new public clinics

The Sudbury & District Health Unit is opening two public health clinics, one in Sudbury East and the other in Valley East, providing free education and confidential counselling services to men, women and teens.

Blueberries get ?Star? treatment

The Wednesday, July 27 edition of The Toronto Star focuses on Sudbury?s ?berried treasures.? A two-page article in the newspaper?s food section details how this community is wild about the blue fruit.

Construction will clog up busy intersection

Be afraid, be very afraid. The intersection of Barrydowne Road and Falconbridge Road, one of the busiest in the City of Greater Sudbury, goes under construction Tuesday. Work isn?t expected to be completed before Nov. 30.

Community invited to celebrate rejuvenation of Junction Creek

By Bill Bradley bbradley@northernlife.ca There used to be a time not so long ago you were more likely to snag an old shopping cart or car tire than a brook trout from Junction Creek. That was then, this is now.

Province invests thousands in aboriginal education

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN heidi@northernlife.ca The N'Swakamok Native Friendship Centre is receiving another $62,000 a year from the province to provide a program for pre-teen children called Akwe:go.

Garson man rolling in dough after lottery win

Years of persistence has paid off for a Garson man who finds himself nearly $80,000 richer after winning the Lotto 6/49 draw last week.