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Hearing care program in place to assist seniors

The Canadian Hearing Society, Sudbury Regional Office, is pleased to announce the arrival of the Hearing Care Counselling Program.

Sudbury actor on TV

Former Sudburian Steven Zilliax will be appearing in tonight's episode of Smallville . The show, which details the life of Superman as a teenager, is shown weekly at 8 pm on Global.

Convention centre proposal gaining major momentum

By Vicki Gilhula If we build it, they may come. A convention centre in Sudbury could create almost $6 million in direct spending and 200 jobs, in addition to $300,000 in city taxes, according to a consultant's study.

We have a winner...

Friday, Feb. 1, 2002 Northern Life recently printed a story about a Laurentian University grad who produced a hockey board game, the Original Hockey Trivia Challenge .

Local community volunteer honour by Rotary Club

Mary Stefura will be honoured by Rotary Club of Sudbury with a Paul Harris Fellowship April 8.

United Way raffle

Friday, Feb. 1, 2002 United Way is raffling off four tickets to a Toronto Maple Leafs game courtesy of Laamanen Construction. The prize includes return flight to Toronto and one night's accommodation. Tickets are $2 or three for $5.

BPW honours outstanding women

The Business and Professional Women's Club of Sudbury honoured outstanding women in the community Tuesday evening (March 19). Kathryn A. Volf was presented with the Outstanding BPW Woman of the Year Award for her work with the club.

MPP call for investigation

Nickel Belt MPP Shelley Martel has added her voice to those calling for an investigation into the province's current funding system for treatment for children with autism. Currently, the treatment is funded until a child is six.

Mickey Teed directs Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Feb. 1, 2002 Mickey Teed is directing Theatre Cambrian's production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat , which opens Feb. 19, 2002. Owen McLaughlin plays the lead in this musical written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice.

New tourist attraction to celebrate hockey

Friday, Feb. 1, 2002 Kirkland Lake has plans for a $8-million hockey tourist attraction to be called Hockey Heritage North .