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Several film forums are for kids, teens

Organizers have planned several industry forums and educational workshops this week.

Just say ?yes? to new video

BY JASON THOMPSON jason@northernlife.

Inco/Falco merger top story of ?05

The historic takeover bid of Falconbridge Ltd. by its traditional rival Inco Ltd. is Northern Life?s top news story for 2005. It could be the biggest local story of the century. It certainly is one of the biggest stories in Sudbury?s history.

LU faculty ratify deal

Laurentian University professors have finally put to rest student fears about an impending strike by ratifying a collective agreement with the university's administration.

United Way invites applications for funding

The United Way Sudbury and District is getting ready to disperse donations for 2006. Last year the United Way raised more than $1.4 million in support of 42 programs and services in the Sudbury district.

Still time to buy tickets for Kinsmen house draw

Brent and Kim Holmberg are the proud winners of a brand new Mazda Miata, an early bird prize in the annual Sudbury Kinsmen Club Showcase House Draw.

Seniors protest transfers to Parry Sound

A coalition of Sudbury seniors is holding a press conference Tuesday to protest the provincial government's decision to send area long-term care patients to Parry Sound.

Route rough but worth it

The road to economic prosperity sometimes causes, well, the road to be blocked. Heavy equipment on route to Inco?s new oxygen plant tied up traffic this week.

Just say ?yes? to new video

BY JASON THOMPSON jason@northernlife.

The science of all things gross comes to Sudbury

Explore the good, the bad and the ugly aspects of how the human body works at Grossology: The (Impolite) Science of the Human Body, a new exhibition opening this week at Science North. A group of students from St.