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Inco reports earnings of $91 million

Inco Ltd. is reporting third quarter 2002 net earnings of $91 million (CDN). That compares with earnings of $33 million for the corresponding period of 2001.

Lawsuit settled, Templeton can now concentrate on battle against cancer

BY KEITH LACEY Bert Templeton is known as a rugged, tough ?old school? hockey coach. Bert Templeton What many don?t know is he?s a man of strong faith.

Community leader dies suddenly

Hundreds will say goodbye Saturday to one of Sudbury?s most dedicated volunteers. Brian Valin, 53, died suddenly Tuesday, shortly after visiting St. Joseph?s Health Centre, where he complained of not feeling well.

Health Canada funds Francophone health programs at LU, Boreal

Health Canada has announced significant funding for both Laurentian University and College Boreal that will enable both post-secondary institutitions to provide quality health care programs for French speaking students and the City of Greater Sudbury

Science North gets birthday gift

Science North got $255,000 in provincial funding for its 20th birthday Wednesday night, just in time for the IMAX Film Festival, which is scheduled to start today.

Names in the News

Ted Nolan , a former NHL coach will be the motivational speaker Saturday, March 29, at the final day of the career fair, hosted by Nokiiwin Employment Services at N'Swakamok Native Friendship Centre, Elm Street.

Cambrian to host graphic design exhibit

Cambrian College and the Association of Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario (RGD Ontario) will host Design at Work 2004, an exhibition of projects by members.

Artist inspired by ?the rock?

BY MICHAEL JAMES Monica O?Halloran-Schut is a sculptor with the soul of a poet. For the past three or four years she has been working with stone, transforming inanimate rock into friezes that are beautiful and alive.

Big news expected at SNO

BY CRAIG GILBERT The Sudbury Neutrino Observatory is about to become more observant.

Traffic slow on Paris Street

Major traffic delays can be expected in the Paris Street and Walford Road area of the city today and tomorrow.