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Future jobs plentiful for tweens, teens

BY HEATHER CAMPBELL and VICKI GILHULA Parents worried about their children preparing for a successful career path should stop trying to steer them, says an authority on demographics and how population trends impact on the economy.

Entrepreneur of the Year keeps business in the family

Business and community leaders applauded William Day last night. The president and founder of the Day Group of Companies, located in Copper Cliff, was named Entrepreneur of the Year at the Northern Ontario Business Awards gala dinner.

Ontario Mining Association should move to Sudbury: Atkins

BY CRAIG GILBERT for northern life Michael Atkins wants Chris Hodgson for a neighbour.

PC leader to visit city Thursday

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN Ontario?s most aptly-named provincial party leader is paying Sudbury a visit Thursday to speak about his vision for the province.

Inco scores on Power Play

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN If Ontarians are going to keep their electricity bills under control while prices soar, perhaps they should follow the lead of big businesses like Inco Ltd., says a top Ontario Power Authority (OPA) official.

Battle of the professors

Beginning Oct. 8, Michael Persinger, a Laurentian University professor, will compete with nine other professors in TVO's Best Lecturer Competition.

City wants plan to end homeless crisis

BY TRACEY DUGUAY tracey@northernlife.

Crash leaves Hwy. 69 with one lane open

A tractor trailer collision on Highway 69 is causing delays this morning, as all but one lane of the highway is closed to traffic. Two tractor trailers crashed head-on about 15 km south of Sudbury, resulting in minor injuries.

Meeting to discuss future of Levack library

A public meeting will be held next Tuesday, Oct. 11 at 7 pm to discuss the future of library services in the Onaping/Levack area. Since 200l, the Levack branch of the library has been located in the old Levack Public School at 38 School St.

CBC employees likely to vote for offer and going back to work

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN Sudbury CBC employees say they are anxious to vote in favour of the tentative agreement hammered out over the weekend between management and their union, the Canadian Media Guild.