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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 .

Dynamic Earth digs in to stay

Friday, Feb. 1, 2002 The big nickel has been moved, the big pit has been dug and surface construction is under way at Dynamic Earth. Soon to be Sudbury's boldest portrayal of mining heritage and science, the $12.

Hospital seeks members

Sudbury Regional Hospital is inviting residents to become members of the hospital's corporation.

Cambrian residence sold

Friday, Feb. 1, 2002 The former Cambrian College residence on Regent Street has sold for $300,000 to a group of local business people. The residence was built in 1971. It has been appraised at $400,000 and was on the market for four years.

Sudbury gets ready for spring thaw

By Rick Pusiak There is a potential for some interesting times as far as flooding goes as we enter the annual spring runoff. That was the conclusion Wednesday at a meeting of various agencies and groups at Tom Davies Square.

Teen representing us in Ottawa

Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2002 Tajana Centis, a Grade 12 student at St. Benedict's Secondary School was selected as one out of 100 Grade 12 students across Canada to participate in the Governor General's Youth Forum which takes place from Feb. 13 to 17.

No more Mr. Nice Guy

By Bill Bradley Toronto activist John Clarke is fighting to win back the turf once defended by big labour. According to Clarke, spokesperson for the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty (OCAP), polite protests are not the answer.

Sudbury PCs vote Saturday

By Diane Gilhula By the latest count 1,130 Sudburians have joined or renewed their membership in the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party, and are now eligible to choose a new leader - and a new premier March 23.

Flu not as common as cold

The Sudbury and District Health Unit is reporting three cases of influenza B in this area. Although we think influenza is more common - as common as the cold, it isn't, says Kelly Reilly, manager of clinic services at the health unit.

Falco management and union differ on causes for sharp decline in profits

By Keith Lacey Sudbury's bitter seven-month strike hit Falconbridge's bottom line in a significant way.