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Greater Sudbury's brightest shine at CBAs

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.

Reynolds runs for mayor

BY JASON THOMPSON jason@northernlife.ca The city's top job up for grabs in November and Ward 6 councillor Lynne Reynolds has fired the first salvo, announcing her candidacy for the mayoralty of Greater Sudbury.

The science of all things gross comes to Sudbury

Explore the good, the bad and the ugly aspects of how the human body works at Grossology: The (Impolite) Science of the Human Body, a new exhibition opening this week at Science North. A group of students from St.

2006 visitors guide now available

The Official 2006 Sudbury Visitor Guide was released by SudburyTourism.ca Wednesday.

MNR to join one-window access

Ontarians needing hunting and fishing licences and Ontario Parks guides will now be able to get them from 63 ServiceOntario/Government Information Centres across the province.

Lane closed on MR 80 in Val Caron

The city is advising motorists that MR 80 will be reduced to one southbound lane, between Fifth St. and Valleyview Rd. in Val Caron, from Wednesday, March 1 to Friday, March 3.

Lack of skilled labour a cause of concern for business

The results of Greater Sudbury's Business Retention and Expansion (BR+E) report are in, identifying shortages in the skilled labour pool and municipal "red tape" as two of the biggest factors restricting growth in the city.

Lack of skilled labour a cause of concern for business

The results of Greater Sudbury's Business Retention and Expansion (BR+E) report are in, identifying shortages in the skilled labour pool and municipal "red tape" as two of the biggest factors restricting growth in the city.

Hospital expands dialysis service

Sudbury Regional Hospital celebrated the expansion of its regional nephrology services and kicked-off Kidney Month Wednesday by announcing the addition of six dialysis stations at the Laurentian site.

Lack of skilled labour a cause of concern for business

The results of Greater Sudbury's Business Retention and Expansion (BR+E) report are in, identifying shortages in the skilled labour pool and municipal "red tape" as two of the biggest factors restricting growth in the city.