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Bringing business into the classroom

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN heidi@northernlife.ca When Don Inouye was attending elementary school in the Niagara Falls region back in the 1980s, he participated in a course in his classroom put on by an organization called Junior Achievement.

Hospital belt tightening could cost 8,000 jobs

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN heidi@northernlife.ca Up to 8,000 jobs may be lost as hospitals attempt to comply with an Ontario government policy forcing hospitals to balance their books by March 2006, said the head of the Ontario Hospital Association.

Taxation centre workers walk off job two days in a row

BY CRAIG GILBERT craig@northernlife.ca It wasn?t planned, but close to 1,400 employees at Canada Revenue Agency?s offices at Lasalle and Notre Dame walked off the job for the second day in a row Thursday.

LU ranked low Maclean's Magazine report

In a Maclean's magazine survey published Monday (Nov. 7), Sudbury's Laurentian University placed near the bottom again for undergraduate universities, the same ranking as last year.

Sudbury sellers? market for homes

BY JASON THOMPSON For some, selling a home may be a frustrating experience but for Dawn and Chris Powell the process couldn?t have been simpler or faster.

Sudbury can set example for retail hours

BY ANNE MCNAMARA-MCGEE and DIANE GOUCHIE Here we go again! The subject of extended store hours has become newsworthy one more time. No matter how many times city council votes to uphold the bylaw, this topic will not go away.

Cheap Tuesdays continue at Sudbury?s SilverCity

Sudbury movie enthusiasts can rest easy. National news reports that gave the impression Famous Players would no longer be offering discount Tuesdays are misleading, said Andrew Sherbin, a spokesman for the company.

United Way raises $1.3 million in record time

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN heidi@northernlife.ca The Greater Sudbury United Way campaign has surpassed its $1.35 million target in record time this year. United Way director Glenn Thibeault and campaign chair Dr.

Bringing business into the classroom

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN heidi@northernlife.ca When Don Inouye was attending elementary school in the Niagara Falls region back in the 1980s, he participated in a course in his classroom put on by an organization called Junior Achievement.

LU ranked low Maclean's Magazine report

In a Maclean's magazine survey published Monday (Nov. 7), Sudbury's Laurentian University placed near the bottom again for undergraduate universities, the same ranking as last year.