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Ministry addresses hospital bed shortage

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN heidi@northernlife.ca The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care is taking steps to make acute-care hospital beds in Sudbury available for people who need them the most.

Chamber welcomes doctors to town

The Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce, Greater Sudbury Development Corporation and the Regional Business Centre will include a special welcome to 12 of the city?s 19 new doctors at the chamber?s After Business session this evening (Wednesday) at To

Council holds public hearing on water rate increases

The city is proposing changes to a bylaw that would increase water and wastewater rates currently in effect in Greater Sudbury, and is giving the public a chance to have their say at a public hearing Wednesday.

Residential construction year off to solid start

Residential housing starts had a strong start to 2006 with ten single-detached housing starts, doubling the 10-year average of five January starts in Greater Sudbury according to data released by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC).

Laurentian University celebrates teaching milestones

Laurentian University is honouring its long-term employees today (Wednesday) during a celebration recognizing staff and faculty for their dedication.

Opposition deputy leader to visit

This Saturday federal Conservative candidate Kevin Serviss will open his campaign headquarters at 448 Falconbridge Rd. (former Nedco building). MP Jason Kenney, who now serves as Opposition deputy house leader, will attend the opening from 1-4 pm.

Council holds public hearing on water rate increases

The city is proposing changes to a bylaw that would increase water and wastewater rates currently in effect in Greater Sudbury, and is giving the public a chance to have their say at a public hearing Wednesday.

Residential construction year off to solid start

Residential housing starts had a strong start to 2006 with ten single-detached housing starts, doubling the 10-year average of five January starts in Greater Sudbury according to data released by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC).

Laurentian University celebrates teaching milestones

Laurentian University is honouring its long-term employees today (Wednesday) during a celebration recognizing staff and faculty for their dedication.

Opposition deputy leader to visit

This Saturday federal Conservative candidate Kevin Serviss will open his campaign headquarters at 448 Falconbridge Rd. (former Nedco building). MP Jason Kenney, who now serves as Opposition deputy house leader, will attend the opening from 1-4 pm.