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Narin Centre loses sawmill, 140 jobs

(CNW) Domtar Inc., a paper manufacturer, has announced Oct. 11 the indefinite closure of four sawmills, including one in Narin Centre.

Walden-CAN develops recommendations to save Lively farm

The hands did the talking on Tuesday night in Lively. After months of non-stop work by concerned citizens, a delegation from the Walden-CAN Heritage Committee presented its final report to the Walden-CAN Steering Committee.

Cycling path will connect community

In the summer of 2004, 56-year-old Inco Ltd. employee Robert Dubnewych died while travelling to work after his bicycle was struck by a truck on Municipal Road 55 near Lively.
Wheelchair Challenge gets rolling

Wheelchair Challenge gets rolling

The first-ever Wheelchair Challenge was set in motion Wednesday at Tom Davies Square. Throughout the month of October, a number of Sudburians will be accepting the Wheelchair Challenge, which requires riding around in a wheelchair for one day.

Council candidate shocked by garbage

Ward 12 candidate Will Brunette held a clean-up of the trails from the Flour Mill to the Adanac Ski Hill last weekend, and he was shocked by the large amount of garbage he found there.

Infection control network coming to Sudbury

The steering committee that will lead the development of a Regional Infection Control Network for northeastern Ontario is in the process of establishing offices in Greater Sudbury.

Critical care expansion complete

The Sudbury Regional Hospital has announced that it has completed its critical care expansion with two Intensive Care Unit (ICU) beds now operational at the Memorial site.
E. coli investigation closed

E. coli investigation closed

The Sudbury and District Health Unit has concluded its local investigation into an outbreak of E. coli bacteria involving 15 people. The investigation points to a common food exposure at a local restaurant on Sept. 20.

Thirty-five percent drop out rate for students with learning disabilities

Recent statistics indicate that more than 1,000 students in the Rainbow District School Board and the Sudbury Catholic District School Board have a learning disability.

Workplace safety improved, but more can be done, says union boss

Leo Gerard said he can still remember his father and his miner friends having to hold “illegal” meetings to plan on ways to sneak safety glasses into the Creighton Mine 40 years ago.