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Cambrian 'committed' to students' learning

Cambrian College has issued a statement reinforcing its commitment to students if faculty at Ontario?s 24 colleges of applied arts and technology go out on strike at midnight Tuesday. Cambrian College faculty members held an information picket Feb.

Cambrian 'committed' to students' learning

Cambrian College has issued a statement reinforcing its commitment to students if faculty at Ontario?s 24 colleges of applied arts and technology go out on strike at midnight Tuesday. Cambrian College faculty members held an information picket Feb.

Chamber gets Bell Canada funding

Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce has been chosen to receive $25,000 from Bell Canada's 2001 Community Development Fund. The fund will provide $1 million over three years to community-based projects throughout Ontario.

More student spaces at Canadore

The Ontario government's commitment to create 73,000 new student spaces passed another milestone with the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new centre for hospitality, tourism and ecotourism management at Canadore College in North Bay this week.

Members determined to save church

St. Anthony Roman Catholic Church in the Gatchell section of Sudbury will be open for many, many years to come. If there are any doubts about that a conversation with parish council chair Rita Verrilli serves to clear up any confusion.

Hospital to conduct pilot test

Sudbury Regional Hospital , in conjunction with the Sudbury and District Health Unit, will conduct a pilot test of its Breastfeeding Best Practice Guidelines for nurses.

School of Education construction underway at LU

Laurentian University held an Aboriginal welcoming ceremony to mark the start of construction of the new teacher's college building Monday. LU first admitted students in the English-language concurrent Bachelor of Education program in September 2003.

Wait times climb during holidays

Sudbury Regional Hospital is asking people to be patient if they have to wait longer for emergency room treatment during the March Break holiday next week.

Sudbury hosted arts-related workshop

BY BILL BRADLEY bbradley@northernlife.ca The local arts community is looking for advice on how to grow so it welcomed the input of an expert at a special workshop late last month.

Province promotes mining industry

The provincial government and the Ministry of Northern Development and Mines are hosting the World Mines Ministries Forum, an international mining conference in Toronto this weekend, promoting Ontario and the nickel capital, Greater Sudbury, as a pla