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Green building breaths life into Cambrian College

Green building breaths life into Cambrian College

BY BILL BRADLEY The race is on-to build the most advanced ecologically friendly building in the world. Seattle's Cascadia Region Green Building Council, has challenged all builders, architects and developers in the world to step up to the plate.

Nickel Belt candidates debating education in French

Educational workers of the Ontario Secondary School Teacher's Federation (OSSTF/FEESO) are hosting an all candidates debate on the topic of education in the Nickel Belt riding. The event will be in French only.

Cambrian College wins conservation award

Ontario's chief energy conservation officer recognizes efforts to create a culture of conservation Peter Love, Ontario's chief energy conservation officer, recently awarded Cambrian College with his prestigious Certificate of Recognition for their ou

BPW Sudbury celebrates entrepreneurs, leaders

After a three-year hiatus, BPW Sudbury and CVRD Inco presented the Women Entrepreneur Awards last night (Sept. 27) at the Caruso Club.

LU celebrates Women’s History Month

The Laurentian University history department is organizing a series of activities to coincide with the 14th annual Women’s History Month celebrations in October.

Sudbury pits its tap water against the bottled water industry

Coca Cola's Dasani, PepsiCo's Aquafina and Nestle's Pure Life will be put to the test against Sudbury's tap water.

Walk a block for Lupus

October is Lupus Awareness Month and the Walk a Block for Lupus fundraisers will help to provide research to find a cure and also to bring attention to Lupus, a little known auto-immune disease where the body’s own immune system attacks itself.
Park pays tribute to two brothers

Park pays tribute to two brothers

By Laurel Myers The legacy of two brothers and a dream to let kids be kids brought a community together last weekend.
Green buildings are going mainstream

Green buildings are going mainstream

BY BILL BRADLEY Green buildings, that cut energy use by 50 to 70 percent as well as using less water, are going mainstream. “Currently 600 buildings in Canada are certified with Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) ratings.

Looking for life in rocks

BY WENDY BIRD Scientists and students who were hand-selected from learning institutions around the world took part in a workshop in Sudbury last week to talk about the possibility of finding life on other planets.