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Swimmers can keep swimming after Gatchell Pool fire

Gatchell Pool clients will have the option to obtain a refund or to continue their swimming program or lessons at a different city-owned swimming pool such as Howard Armstrong Recreation Centre, R.G.

School?s anniversary provides history lesson

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN School was a lot different back when Joe Barazzutti attended Lansdowne Public School in the 1940s. School was a lot different back when Joe Barazzutti attended Lansdowne Public School in the 1940s.

Ontario invests in Dynamic Earth

The government of Ontario announced today its intention to help Greater Sudbury's tourism industry with a $one-million investment for the expansion of Dynamic Earth.

Locked out CBC workers launch new new website

BY JASON THOMPSON Two weeks ago, locked out CBC employees took to the streets, chanting their rally cries. CBC workers may not be on air right now, but they are online after launching a new website.

?Swinging? Nickel Belt race close

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca Ray Bonin is calm and cool most of the time, but admits he was extremely nervous as election results poured in Monday night.

Holocaust survivor speaks at Cambrian

Eva Olsson, a Holocaust survivor now living near Bracebridge, will speak to Cambrian College students Feb. 23. The event, which takes place at the college's student centre from 12 to 1:30 pm, is open to the public.

Not just for tourists

BY STACEY MATHIAS-GEER The summer holidays are here, the weather is fine, and your kids have become permanent fixtures on the couch.

Sudbury Today holiday schedule

Since the Northern Life office will be closed Dec. 26, 27 and 30 next week, Sudbury Today will only be sent out Dec. 28 and 29. We return to our regular hours Jan. 2. Have a safe and happy holiday.

Bob Rae releases report on post-secondary education

Former Ontario Premier Bob Rae released his much-anticipated report on post-secondary education yesterday, calling on the McGuinty government to invest substantially in colleges and universities.

Ontario invests in Dynamic Earth

The government of Ontario announced today its intention to help Greater Sudbury's tourism industry with a $one-million investment for the expansion of Dynamic Earth.