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What?s open, what?s not?

BY MICHAEL JAMES mjames@northernlife.ca Shopped out or not, the people of the City of Greater Sudbury want to know whatÂ?s open and whatÂ?s not during the Christmas holidays.

Community support needed for creek program

There is a new program called Adopt-a-Creek, from the Junction Creek Restoration Committee.

College Boreal celebrates Black History Month

BY TRACEY DUGUAY It was the halls, not the hills, that were alive with the sound of music as Black History Month was celebrated at Collège Boréal yesterday.

Scientist tells citizens to clean up their acts

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW scott@northernlife.ca David Suzuki, the well-known environmentalist, broadcaster and author was in Sudbury yesterday to deliver his message about things that are more important than money: clean air, water and soil.

LCBO closings on Canada Day

All LCBO stores will be closed Tuesday, July 1 to observe the Canada Day holiday. Some LCBO agency stores will observe their normal hours of business July 1.

Top Stories: city?s shrinking

One headline caught the attention of a great many people last year: 10,000 people missing in the City of Greater Sudbury.

Wolves, city looking at major arena expansion

By Rick Pusiak Wolves fans can expect an impressive new look inside the Sudbury Arena when the 2003-2004 hockey season starts up. Construction of corporate suites and club seats is expected to begin next summer along the north side of the complex.

Silverman?s could become arts centre

BY BILL BRADLEY bbradley@northernlife.ca The arts community is moving closer to its dream of a visible arts and culture presence downtown.

Flag Fury: Franco-Ontarian community shocked by councillors' response

The Association canadienne-française de l�Ontario du grand Sudbury has released a statement expressing "shock" at remarks made by several city councillors at the council meeting Thursday.

Hanmer man killed

Funeral services will be held today for a local man killed in a snowmobiling accident over the weekend in Kapuskasing. Pierre Monette, 42, was killed when his snowmobile collided with a pickup truck Saturday east of Kapuskasing.