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Nirmala Dangalle, who came from Sri Lanka four years ago, was welcomed by citizenship official Madame Susan Kramer during an oath-taking ceremony Thursday at St. Benedict Catholic Secondary School.

Students affected by OPSEU strike

By Ben Rowe Graduating Cambrian College students attempting to get placements this spring are been affected by the provincial government employees? strike.

Strike delays court proceedings

For the first time since the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) went on strike six weeks ago, the labour dispute caused a disruption in Sudbury court proceedings Thursday.

Teens invited to career conference

Participants at this year?s Women of the Future career conference May 8 will have a chance to design a logo for the event.

$10,000 gift

The Heart and Soul Campaign received a $10,000 boost from Zellers Tuesday afternoon. Campaign chair Gerry Lougheed Jr.

Inco investigating mysterious death of refinery worker

By Rick Pusiak Inco Ltd. is trying to determine the cause of the tragic and puzzling death of one of its employees.

Nipissing First Nation members surveying walleye population

As a part of their continued commitment to conservation and management, Nipissing First Nation is once again conducting a netting survey to monitor and assess the status of the walleye spawning population at Iron Island on Lake Nipissing.

Express News

Dance troupe performing An international dance troupe will entertain hundreds of Greater Sudbury children this week. Wildfire Dance Theatre, sponsored by the Baha?i Community of Greater Sudbury, will be performing free of charge.

Names in the News

IBM CEO paying visit As part of its ongoing Emerging Technologies Series, Contact North, in partnership with the Sudbury Chamber of Commerce, is bringing Ed Kilroy , president and chief executive officer of IBM Canada, to a special luncheon on Monday

Casino helps bottom line

The City of Greater Sudbury has received some extra cash from the provincial government. The city received approximately $517,976 for hosting Slots at Sudbury Downs. To date Sudbury has received more than $4.4 million in non-tax gaming revenue.