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Lousy drivers target of week?s events

By Ben Rowe Every day in Ontario, there are more than 600 collisions, a large majority which are the direct result of unsafe or aggressive driving.

Adaptive devices enhance movie experience

By Rick Pusiak Sudbury?s movie complex is now more accessible for those with a hearing or vision impairment.

Mining company signs deal in India

Roger Lafrance, president of Hardrock Mining Products, signed a distributorship agreement in Delhi this week, during the Canada Trade Mission to India led by International Trade Minister Pierre Pettigrew.

Day trip to Finland being offered by Cambrian

Cambrian College would like to invite you aboard a day trip to Finland. The public is encouraged to attend ThursdayÂ?s presentation of Discover Finland, a one-day look into the business, tourism and cultural aspects of the European country.

Most OPSEU workers should be back Monday

With the OPSEU strike tentatively over, union members in Sudbury had the chance to see the details and vote on the offer over the weekend.

Express News

Virtual reality Laurentian University?s Mining Innovation, Rehabilitation and Applied Research Corp. (MIRARCO) and Materials and Manufacturing Ontario will be hosting a Virtual Reality workshop.

Battle of Atlantic remembrance ceremony goes Sunday

Local cadets and veterans will take part in ceremonies Sunday (May 5) at Memorial Park commemorating the 59th anniversary of the Battle of the Atlantic.

Sudbury's exit on the information highway

Question: If you are cruising on the information highway, how well marked is the road to Sudbury? Answer: You can find it if you are looking for it, but there is room for a much larger sign.


The Union Wholesale and Retail Workers conducted a truck convoy parade on Wednesday in celebration of the union celebrating 35 years as a trade union in Sudbury and Northern Ontario. The convoy of trucks began on Notre Dame Ave.

Goodall to visit Junction Creek

Internationally renowned wildlife researcher, Dr. Jane Goodall will visit Sudbury?s ecological restoration project, Junction Creek, as part of Science North?s Roots and Shoots environmental conference, May 7.