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Kaleva convention held in Sudbury

The 50th International Knights and Ladies of Kaleva Grand Lodge Convention was held last month in Sudbury. More than 150 people of Finnish heritage attended the event at Laurentian University.

CBC Radio?s Morning North rated #1 with listeners

BY RICK PUSIAK In days gone by staff at the private ratio stations in town were known to laugh when anyone talked about the chances of CBC owning the morning slot in the ratings book. The giggling died down significantly Friday.

Flying high for a greener Sudbury

As part of their ongoing land-reclamation efforts, Inco will be taking to the skies over Coniston this week.

Dynamic Earth opening April 18

Sudbury?s newest attraction opens Easter weekend. In order to ensure a quality experience for all visitors, access to Dynamic Earth on April 18, 19 and 20 will be by advance tickets only.

Volunteers needed

April is Daffodil Month and the Canadian Cancer Society needs volunteers for their annual residential campaign. Area team captains are needed to collect much-needed funds for cancer research.

Former LU prof receives recognition

Karen Shaw, a former resident of Sudbury, who now resides in the town of Gore Bay, on Manitoulin Island was recently recognized by Laurentian University for her many contributions to this city.

Protecting seniors in Greater Sudbury

Another step has been taken towards the creation in Sudbury of the equivalent of a ChildrenÂ?s Aid Society for seniors. Members of city councilÂ?s Priorities Committee voted Nov.

Canada celebrates adult learners

This week marks the first Canadian celebration of International Adult Learners? Week, Sept. 8 ?14. The week was launched by UNESCO in 2000 to create awareness of the importance of lifelong learning.

Homeowner told she owes Union Gas $2,100

BY KEITH LACEY When Fran Seguin opened her mail the morning of her 49th birthday, she was expecting some good wishes from family and friends.

Who ya gonna call?

With coyotes in the Valley, bears in the city, and foxes on the golf course, residents of the Greater City of Sudbury need to know who to call if they encounter wild animals on their property.