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Rare meat ?most likely? cause of E coli outbreak

BY TRACEY DUGUAY tracey@northernlife.ca ?If you cook your meat properly, the problem goes away. The world we live in is not sterile. No one adds the stuff on purpose, but it?s in the animals to begin with.

Greening Sudbury is about co-operation

Greening Sudbury, all of it, from the environment to the economy, is the focus of EarthCare Sudbury?s Local Action Plan, released last Wednesday morning at Science North. But the Greening of Sudbury involves two strategies.

Remarkable citizen Bill Kuryliw emigrated from Ukraine with $5.

Wasyl (Bill) Kuryliw, known to many residents of Sudbury as ?Action Bill? died in Toronto, March 5. He was 94.

Airport takes off

BY CRAIG GILBERT craig@northernlife.ca Now that renovations are complete, the Sudbury Airport is flying to a new home, but Ward 1 councillor Terry Kett is more concerned with its executive structure.

Dynamic Earth to open April 17

Northern Ontario's newest family attraction opens April 17. Sudbury's Dynamic Earth explores earth-shattering events that shaped the globe, including volcanic eruptions in Hawaii and earthquakes in Japan.

GSU contract talks not progressing well

BY CRAIG GILBERT craig@northernlife.ca Greater Sudbury Utilities Inc. is employing a method of collective bargaining ?diametrically opposite? to the one it has used for the past 25 years.

Hospital gets $83.3 million

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca The announcement about additional funding for Sudbury Regional Hospital some people thought would never come did.

Greater Sudbury?s vacancy rate falls again

Greater Sudbury?s vacancy rate for rental structures with at least three units during the month of October fell to 3.6 per cent, down from 5.1 per cent in October of 2002, according to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation figures.

Residents urged to conserve water Tuesday for water plant shutdown

Residents in the Sudbury water service area, including the former City of Sudbury, New Sudbury, West Garson, Coniston, Wahnapitae and Markstay, are urged to conserve water by reducing non-essential uses on Tuesday, Nov. 23.

Beaches reopen

All supervised and non-supervised beaches in Bell Park reopened to the public late last week. The Sudbury & District Health Unit completed its analysis of water samples from Ramsey Lake and found no evidence of sewage contamination.