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Calling music, film personnel

Sudbury?s Music and Film in Motion (MFM) is continuing to compile its resource guide of all music and film industry personnel in Sudbury and across Northern Ontario.

Literacy Day

With National Literacy Day being celebrated all over Canada on Sept. 9, St. Anne Elementary School has decided to commemorate the occasion in style. The school will team up classes to share special books.

Year in Review: Poet wins Gov. Gen. award

Northern Life newsmaker Robert Dickson, a founder of the acclaimed Franco-Ontario rock band CANO, and now a Laurentian University professor, won the 2002 Governor General?s Literary Award for French poetry.

Lotto winner hopes to buy ?newer? car

Bruce Hamill of Sudbury won $93,040 in the July 6 Lotto 6/49 draw. bottom Bruce Hamill ?I was quite surprised when I checked my ticket.

Greyhound helps out

Greyhound Canada has made it easier for customers who want to bring a friend along with them on a journey. Greyhound has reduced the advance purchase requirements on its companion fares from seven days to three days.

Sudbury gets new doctors

Two new specialists, a husband and wife team, have recently joined the Sudbury Regional Hospital bringing the total count of new physicians to 12 for 2002. Originally from Kitchener, Dr.

Newsmaker: Watch out for Jeffrey Buttle

A young figure skater from Sudbury continues to prove he?s among the very best, and this made him one of Northern Life?s newsmakers of the year for 2002.

Deer tag deadline

Ontario deer hunters are reminded the deadline for applying for the anterless deer validation tag is Wednesday, July 31. Hunters may apply to the draw using the paper application available with the purchase of a resident deer licence.

Breakfast for learning

September is Breakfast for Learning Month in Canada. Breakfast for Learning is celebrating its 10th anniversary, having worked to help sustain child nutrition programs in more than 6,900 communities across Canada since 1992.

Names in the news

United Way has reached its 2002 goal, making the campaign the most successful in Sudbury?s history. The campaign goal was $1.3 million and the final tally raised was $1,304,194.