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MDs help keep gallery healthy

By Heidi Ulrichsen It may not look like spring. However, this Saturday, March 23, the Art Gallery of Sudbury will be ushering in the warm weather with its annual fund-raising dinner, the Spring Fever Gala. bottom Dr.

Snowmobile ride for kids

Sunday, Feb. 3, 2002 All snowmobilers between the ages of 12 and 16 are invited to attend the Fourth Annual Young Snowmobilers Ride today at the Whitewater Park building in Azilda (Sudbury Trail Plan Ring Trail).

Sudbury doctor honoured with prestigious grant

Sunday, Feb. 3, 2002 Dr. Hoyun Lee, a career scientist in molecular biology and lab director at the Northeastern Ontario Regional Cancer Centre, has been awarded the Premier's Research Excellence Award.

Jail, Cecil Facer tension hot spots during strike

By Rick Pusiak Jails and detention centres were definitely the hot spots during week one of the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) strike.

Computer conference

Sunday, Feb. 3, 2002 The topic of residency in the age of online learning will be debated at an upcoming free computer conference initiated by the Canadian Virtual University (CVU).

Callaghan gets NORCAT position

Councillor Ted Callaghan will represent the City of Greater Sudbury on the board of directors of the Northern Centre for Advanced Technology (NORCAT). City council endorsed the appointment last month. Callaghan is the representative for Ward 4.

Looking for board members

Sunday, Feb. 3, 2002 The Sudbury-Manitoulin Self Help Network is looking to fill three vacant positions on its board of directors.

Federal funds to support research

Sudbury MP Diane Marleau and Nickel Belt MP Ray Bonin recently announced $1,157,744 of federal money to help support the indirect costs of federally sponsored research at Laurentian University.

Stone Soup Luncheon assists those in dire need

By Shannon Quesnel For the second year in a row, Sudbury's annual Stone Soup Luncheon will be offering soup and song to help generate funds for those in dire need.

Grants awarded

Sunday, Feb. 3, 2002 The Ontario Trillium Foundation has announced communities across Algoma, Cochrane, Manitoulin and Sudbury area will benefit from grants totalling just under $1 million.