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Vehicles tear through a soccer field in Sudbury

Vehicles tear through a soccer field in Sudbury

By Kent Corness At first glance the former Ecole scondaire Catholique l'Heritage doesn't look like a place for structured activity.

HRSRH Honours Volunteers

The Hôpital régional de Sudbury Regional Hospital held its annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner as part of National Volunteer Appreciation Week, honouring the contributions of over six hundred hospital volunteers.

New Advancements for Prostate Cancer Patients

A new procedure is being offered to patients with early stage prostate cancer at the Hôpital régional de Sudbury Regional Hospital (HRSRH) Regional Cancer Program (RCP).

Copper Cliff Curling Club to recieve facelift

The Copper Cliff Curling Club can proceed with much needed structural repairs this spring thanks to a $67,000 grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF), Sudbury MPP Rick Bartolucci announced today.

Help Wanted: Summer job prospects good for students

BY MIKE SIMMS Student job prospects have never been better owing to a historically low unemployment rate in Greater Sudbury.
Three Wanup kids to help Rwandan orphans

Three Wanup kids to help Rwandan orphans

BY KEITH LACEY Watching their three children walk out the front door of their Wanup home early next week knowing they’re travelling halfway around the world to Rwanda, is going to be among the most difficult things Jan and Lisa Romo have done as pare

Car dealer originally from East Coast

There’s nothing Jack Dewar liked more than playing golf with his children, grandchildren and friends.
Councillors take their show on the road

Councillors take their show on the road

BY MIKE SIMMS Greater Sudbury Mayor John Rodriguez was away in Toronto and in true form, without the driver, the bus broke down, literally, as city councillors headed out on their first road trip to outlying communities.
Rainbow Schools celebrate Earth Day

Rainbow Schools celebrate Earth Day

Rainbow Schools will showcase environmental initiatives at the Earth Day Festival on Sunday, April 22, 2007 at Market Square in Sudbury.

Dr. Bryan Smith will be a guest speaker at environmental workshop

Rainbow Schools will welcome Earth Day with a full-day workshop featuring internationally recognized speaker Dr. Bryan Smith on Friday, April 20, 2007, at the Howard Johnson Hotel on Brady Street.