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Committee seeks public input on new French immersion school

The Rainbow District School Board is looking into building a new elementary-level French immersion school in Val Caron. The new Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8 school would house students from Valley View Public School and Val Caron Public School.

Committee seeks public input on new French immersion school

The Rainbow District School Board is looking into building a new elementary-level French immersion school in Val Caron. The new Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8 school would house students from Valley View Public School and Val Caron Public School.

Committee seeks public input on new French immersion school

The Rainbow District School Board is looking into building a new elementary-level French immersion school in Val Caron. The new Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8 school would house students from Valley View Public School and Val Caron Public School.

Author tells story of Chernobyl

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN heidi@northernlife.ca On April 26, 1986, workers at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant were conducting a test on one of the reactors.

Public meeting on pesticide use in Greater Sudbury

Pesticide Free Sudbury, a group dedicated to allowing citizens to pursue a better understanding of their health and the environment, is holding a public meeting tonight to discuss the effects of pesticides. The meeting is scheduled for 7 pm at St.

Province invests millions in Greater Sudbury

The Ontario government has invested $4.8 million in Sudbury's three post-secondary institutions and $20,000 into a new exhibit at Science North. College Boreal will receive $974,045, Cambrian College will see $2.

Snowarama raises $17,000 for Easter Seals

Despite cold temperatures, Greater Sudbury snowmobilers hit the trails this past Saturday, for the 31st Snowarama for Easter Seals Kids, and raised more than $17,000 for children with physical disabilities.

Author tells story of Chernobyl

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN heidi@northernlife.ca On April 26, 1986, workers at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant were conducting a test on one of the reactors.

Eco-tourism operators don?t want logging in their backyard

BY BILL BRADLEY bbradley@northernlife.ca Time is running out for Jenny Martindale and Jim Little. The owners of Sundog Outfitters are concerned about a parcel on wilderness land in Greater Sudbury that could lose its status as a forest reserve.

$1M spent on official plan but few seem to care

BY TRACEY DUGUAY tracey@northernlife.