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Inco ranked top polluter in province

BY BILL BRADLEY Sudbury?s two mining majors dominated the worst polluters list in Ontario this week.

Shania makes television debut

Shania, the movie about music superstar Shania Twain, airs tonight on CBC television, (channel 9, cable channel 8), at 8 pm. The made-for-television film was shot in Sudbury and tells the rags-to-riches tale of Twain, played by Meredith Henderson.

Hart Store moving into downtown mall

BY KEITH LACEY After months of negotiations, Sudbury?s downtown mall has signed a new deal with Hart Stores Inc. to occupy 45,000 square feet, replacing much of the space left after Zellers closed shop 11 months ago.

Production of The Monument is resounding success

By Andrii Krawchuk for northern life Review: The Monument, by Colleen Wagner. Directed by H. Ulrich Sikora. Cast: Richard (R.J.) Comeau and Valerie Senyk. Thorneloe University Theatre, through September 18th. Information: 673-1730.

Communicating science at LU

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN Artsy types might not want to admit it, but science has a profound impact on the world.

Learn to empower at Laurentian

The Independent Living Resource Centre of Sudbury-Manitoulin is holding several seminars entitled Building Blocks to Empowerment on Wednesday, May 19 at Laurentian University.

Celebrating Our Community

Select image to visit the Community Builders Awards of Excellence wesite.

Holiday season brings out the best in people

BY KEITH LACEY Amber Woods is the kind of person who makes other people forget their troubles.

Hospital CEO?s salary ?in line? with colleagues

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN The chair of Sudbury Regional Hospital?s board of directors says CEO Vickie Kaminski?s 52 percent raise in 2004 is justified.

Protesting public-private partnerships

The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) is holding two events next week to protest the increase in the use of ?public-private partnerships? to build public buildings.