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Thaw in relations

By Rick Pusiak A news blackout is in effect, but striking provincial employees in Sudbury were cautiously optimistic Tuesday following the resumption of contract talks in Toronto.

Open house at CB

Collège Boréal will hold an open house, April 6 from 10 am to 3 pm. The public is invited to visit Collège Boréal's facilities at 21 Lasalle Blvd., and to meet faculty members and staff. Free massages and a barbecue will be offered.

Police museum will honour Sudbury's finest

By Rick Pusiak A project that retired police Insp. Bob Cowley has dreamed of and worked on for years is about to become a reality. bottom Sudbury police Insp, Bob Cowley (right) and Supt.

Cambrian to build $3.5 million residence

By Andrew Scherban The backhoes and the bulldozers will soon be a familiar sight again as Cambrian College is set to begin construction on a $3.5-million residence complex for students.

Police museum opens soon

The grand opening of the Sudbury region police museum has been tentatively scheduled for April 25. The museum will be located in a large room on the third floor of police headquarters at Tom Davies Square.

Winners of NLFB Meltdown announced

Jim Harney and Peter Cliché from North Bay, Jesus Murphy and the Son of a Guns from Sudbury were winners of the Northern Lights Festival Boreal band competition at last weekend's Meltdown event.

OPSEU strike could affect moose hunt

The Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) is giving moose hunters the heads up on a potential problem with the 2002 season.

Local student wins National Deans' scholarship

Michel Montpellier , a top student at Collège Notre-Dame, has won a Laurentian University National Deans' Entrance Scholarships for Excellence. He will receive a scholarship, valued at $5,000. It is renewable for four years.

Celebrate Women features author Susan Coyne

Celebrate Women is being held Wednesday, April 3, at the Fraser Auditorium at Laurentian University at 7:30 pm.

Rabies serious problem; 36 people treated for exposure

By Rick Pusiak The number of confirmed rabies cases in the Sudbury area this year now stands at 25, and at least 36 people have now undergone treatment for rabies exposure.