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Centre starts support group for residential school survivors

By James Hopkin For some, the term ?residential school,? is something they read in a history book, or the subject of a CBC made-for-TV movie.

St. Anthony?s getting new priest

By Rick Pusiak ThereÂ?s a feeling of relief at St. AnthonyÂ?s Roman Catholic Church in SudburyÂ?s Gatchell neighbourhood following word the parish will soon have its own priest. Rev.

High school yearbooks provide social history - James Fortin

bottom James Fortin TREASURES It is the time of year that our secondary school students both love and hate. Exams and the prospect of graduation are close upon them.

People?s advocate made others enthusiastic about her causes

By Mick Lowe Jennifer Keck, professor of social work, community activist, mother and friend, who died from complications resulting from breast cancer on Wednesday (June 12) morning, left this life pretty much the way she lived it: with grace, passion

Province will fund anti-blindness drug

A decision by the Ontario government to provide $20 million in funding for an anti-blindness drug is being praised by the Canadian National Institute for the Blind.

Cerri heads for Ottawa

ItÂ?s the gig of a lifetime for local singer Cheryl Cerri. The talented entertainer has been picked to sing the opening song This is Our Home at the Canada Day noon-hour TV show broadcast live from Parliament Hill.

High school diplomas won?t be ready for June?s graduates

By Rick Pusiak There will be something missing next month at high school graduation ceremonies right across Ontario.

Marymount to sponsor Grim Reaper Day

Marymount Academy is tackling the subject of drinking and driving, during its inaugural Grim Reaper Day Thursday, May 30. Action Sudbury and Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving (OSIAD) are co-sponsoring the event.

Sudbury men extend friendship to NYPD officers shaken by 9/11

By Rick Pusiak Four members of Sudbury?s Critical Incidence Stress Management (CISM) team have some griping tales after going to New York City to offer emotional first aid and group debriefings to police officers affected by the Sept.

?Big? news for Northern Lights Festival Boreal

By James Hopkin The Northern Lights Festival Boreal (NLFB) was looking for something a little different this year ? something big.