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Specialist recruited

Dr. Elaine Blacklock has been confirmed as the newest specialist to be recruited by the Sudbury Regional Hospital. Blacklock is a pediatrician and one of more than 20 new physicians who have been recruited by the hospital in the past 12 months.

Local dentist recognized by Children's First Rountable

By Keith Lacey City Councillor Louise Portelance presents the plaque to Dr. Todd Plexman Going to the dentist is seldom a pleasant experience for most adults and can be downright frightening for children.

Diabetes Expo

The Canadian Diabetes Association will be hosting a Diabetes Exposition at the Howard-Johnson Plaza Hotel Wednesday, June 5 from 9 am to 7 pm.

On the move

In order to complete renovations at its Paris Street location, the Sudbury and District Health Unit is temporarily moving some of its program staff to the Northern Elementary Academy (formerly St.

College honours staff

Cambrian College has announce that two women are the recipients of the President?s Award for Excellence in the administration and outstanding service categories. Winners this year are Gladys Rangaratnam and Lorraine O?Brien.

Golf privilege booklet

The Lung Association of Sudbury and area is helping avid golfers slice the cost of their green fees with its first annual Golf Privilege Booklet. The fundraiser consists of selling the coupon booklet to members of the public.

Falco shutdown scheduled

Falconbridge Ltd has scheduled various maintenance and vacation shutdowns during the summer months at its Sudbury smelter.

LU president to speak to Canadian authors

Judith Woodsworth, the new president of Laurentian University, will be the keynote speaker at the Canadian Authors Association conference July 5.

Cyclist on mission stops in Sudbury

By Danette Dooley Sixty-year-old Stan Wawzonek has set out on a million-dollar mission. The father of four and grandfather of eight, left St. John?s, Nfld., April 30 on a cross-Canada tour to raise $1 million for DARE Canada.

Summer Lecture Series

Laurentian Enterprises is pleased to present its Summer Lecture Series, which will consist of four community lectures, each to be presented by a Laurentian University professor. Admission to the lectures are free but donations will be accepted.