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Sudbury twins helped by local Shiners

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN heidi@northernlife.ca When you look at the upright posture of 16-year-old identical twins Daniel and David Phillips, you?d never guess that a few years ago their spines were so curved that they looked like horseshoes.

First Nations' members urged to vote

Anishnabek Nation leaders are urging eligible voters among their 50,000 citizens to participate in the Jan. 23 federal election by supporting parties that respect First Nations rights.

Local colleges get funding for apprenticeship training

The Ontario government is investing nearly $400,000 in apprenticeship training in Greater Sudbury to support training labs at local colleges and strengthen the province's economic advantage , Sudbury MPP Rick Bartolucci said.

First Nations' members urged to vote

Anishnabek Nation leaders are urging eligible voters among their 50,000 citizens to participate in the Jan. 23 federal election by supporting parties that respect First Nations rights.

Sudbury twins helped by local Shiners

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN heidi@northernlife.ca When you look at the upright posture of 16-year-old identical twins Daniel and David Phillips, you?d never guess that a few years ago their spines were so curved that they looked like horseshoes.

Local colleges get funding for apprenticeship training

The Ontario government is investing nearly $400,000 in apprenticeship training in Greater Sudbury to support training labs at local colleges and strengthen the province's economic advantage , Sudbury MPP Rick Bartolucci said.

Courtemanche waits for decision on long-term care plan

A made-in-Sudbury plan to solve the long-term care crisis in this area was submitted to the province over a month ago, but Sudbury Mayor Dave Courtemanche is still waiting for the government to make a move.

Greater Sudbury road work update

Here's a look at some of the construction work being done around the city: Frood Rd.: Intermittent lane closures will reduce Frood Rd. to one lane approximately 200 metres south of Kathleen St, from now until Dec. 6, between 9 am and 3:30 pm.

CAW wants conditions before Inco/Falco merger

BY ROBERT TAGLIALEGNE The Sudbury Mine Mill/CAW union held a conference Wednesday in the midst of speculation as to how the Inco/Falconbridge merger will affect the local economy, to explain the repercussions of the merger to its members.

Courtemanche waits for decision on long-term care plan

A made-in-Sudbury plan to solve the long-term care crisis in this area was submitted to the province over a month ago, but Sudbury Mayor Dave Courtemanche is still waiting for the government to make a move.