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College Boreal President Gisèle Chrétien to step down next year

The board of governors of Collège Boréal announced last week that president of the college, Gisèle Chrétien, will step down on February 3, 2006. "In her role as president, Ms.

Cambrian forms partnerships down under

Cambrian College President Sylvia Barnard and Pro-Vice Chancellor (International) Christopher Madden from Griffith University in Queensland, Australia have signed an advanced standing agreement.

Way out Women take to the trails

By Heather Campbell The Polaris Way out Women are taking their message about breast cancer on the trail, the snowmobile trails of Canada.

Working group to assess need for ATV club

BY ROBERT TAGLIALEGNE A working group was formed last month to look at the possibility of creating a new ATV club or building a Sudbury chapter. Around 70 people - most of whom were all-terrain vehicle riders - attended a meeting at T.M.

Kochar's death shocks community

As many within the community mourn the death of 42-year-old Daphne Kochar, a tight-knit group of South Asians living in Greater Sudbury have been hit especially hard by the news.

University of Sudbury journalism prof taking class home with him to Burundi

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN heidi@northernlife.

Marxist-Leninist Party fields three Northern candidates

With the federal election eight weeks away, the Marxist-Leninist Party of Canada (MLPC) announced its three Northern Ontario candidates today. Dave Starbuck, a math teacher at Cambrian College, will run in Sudbury.

Bear-y scary tactics

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca If you scare the living daylights out of a black bear when it wanders into an urban area in search of food, there?s a good chance it might never return.

Inco research centre opens at Memorial University

(CNW) Scott Hand, CEO of Inco Ltd., took part in the opening of the Inco Innovation Centre, a new research and innovation facility at Memorial University in St. John?s, Nfld., yesterday. Inco committed $20 million toward the facility.

Way out Women take to the trails

By Heather Campbell The Polaris Way out Women are taking their message about breast cancer on the trail, the snowmobile trails of Canada.