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Stephen Lewis inspires Sudbury audience

BY HEATHER CAMPBELL Stephen Lewis, the former Ontario politician and Canadian ambassador, is never lost for words. But he admitted he left his notes on the plane to Sudbury Sunday.

Water disruption in Walden and Copper Cliff

Residents in Copper Cliff and Walden are going to have to put up with water disruption until Sept. 20, as Inco will be upgrading its Vermillion Water Treatment Plant.

Helping out

Bishop Alexander Carter Secondary School in Hanmer has less than 200 students, however, this didn?t affect the size of their spirit or commitment.

Holocaust survivor speaks at Cambrian

Eva Olsson, a Holocaust survivor now living near Bracebridge, will speak to Cambrian College students Feb. 23. The event, which takes place at the college's student centre from 12 to 1:30 pm, is open to the public.

?Swinging? Nickel Belt race close

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca Ray Bonin is calm and cool most of the time, but admits he was extremely nervous as election results poured in Monday night.

Consultant says arenas located in wrong places

BY CRAIG GILBERT craig@northernlife.ca Greater Sudbury needs to have more recreation facilities in its highly populated areas.

Serviss cuts to business issues

While consulting with about 25 business owners Wednesday afternoon, Sudbury Conservative candidate Kevin Serviss learned the city's economy is being hindered by a lack of tradespeople.

Meet and mingle After Business

Want to increase your business contacts and develop potential new clients and customers? Attending the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce?s monthly After Business networking event could improve your profit picture.

Greater Sudbury Hydro buys West Nipissing Energy Services

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca Greater Sudbury Hydro is getting bigger and better and expansion plans are just beginning, says board chair Doug Craig.

Swimmers can keep swimming after Gatchell Pool fire

Gatchell Pool clients will have the option to obtain a refund or to continue their swimming program or lessons at a different city-owned swimming pool such as Howard Armstrong Recreation Centre, R.G.