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Sudbury hosts provincial mining conference

Laurentian Publishing president Michael Atkins will be making a guest speaking appearance at a mining conference held in Sudbury this week.

Collège Boréal wins two Trillium Awards

Collège Boréal was the proud recipient of two prestigious Trillium Awards at a ceremony held in Sudbury last week.

VON ready to help

BY BILL BRADLEY bbradley@northernlife.ca There is now another option for some families needing primary health care-nurse practitioners at the Victorian Order of Nurses (VON).

RE/MAX expands Sudbury operations with merger

RE/MAX Crown Realty has merged with the Sutton Group Achievers Realty Inc., positioning RE/MAX as the city's only multi-office real estate firm. Former Sutton Group offices in Chelmsford and Valley East will now operate under the RE/MAX banner.

Holiday program needs drivers

Operation Red Nose offers a volunteer designated-driver service for holiday revelers. The service is free during December, but donations to amateur sports programs are gratefully accepted from people who use the service.

Inco scare over for residents

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN heidi@northernlife.ca Copper Cliff and Lively residents can breathe a little easier now that Inco and Greater Sudbury Fire Services have brought a fire under control at an Inco dump in the tailings area of Creighton Mine.

French journalist to speak in Sudbury

Chantal Hebert, journalist and political commentator will be speaking at the University of Sudbury Wednesday, delivering her views in the wake of the Gomery Report.

Sudbury hosts provincial mining conference

Laurentian Publishing president Michael Atkins will be making a guest speaking appearance at a mining conference held in Sudbury this week.

Chamber initiatives help local businesses

The Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce is ?the voice of business? in the Sudbury area. Businesses join the chamber for various reasons including the exposure of their business that comes with networking opportunities.

Local MPs weigh in on next Liberal leader

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN heidi@northernlife.ca The new leader of the federal Liberal party must be well respected and capable, but above all, he or she should definitely come from outside Quebec, according to newly re-elected Nickel Belt MP Ray Bonin.