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Inco?s savings plan concerns pharmacists

By Rick Pusiak All is not well between Inco and members of the local pharmaceutical community.

Six new exhibits opening at Science North

By James Hopkin Many Sudbury residents can say they've looked inside Science North, but have they ever looked under it? The public is now able to do so, as the borehole camera, which allows observers to view the Creighton fault line underneath Scienc

Summer school begins July 3

Rainbow District School Board is offering summer school free of charge from Wednesday, July 3 to Wednesday, July 31 at Sudbury Secondary School.

Martel speaks out on child care

NDP children?s issues critic Shelley Martel, MPP for Nickel Belt, is calling on Premier Ernie Eves to immediately endorse the recommendations of The Commission on Early Learning and Child Care by investing in licensed child care.

20,000 Canadians have juvenile diabetes

By Ben Rowe Imagine giving yourself several needles every day to survive. For Sudbury resident Jodie Merrill, 19, the needles are just one of the byproducts of having type one, or juvenile, diabetes.

Retired educator continues good work by lending name to Alzheimer awareness

By Kelly Louiseize The first president of Cambrian College, John T. Koski, is one of the 1,800 Sudburians who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer?s disease. bottom John Koski Koski opened Cambrian, Sault and Canadore College in 1967.

Express News

CN helps Heart and Soul Canadian National has donated $250,000 to Sudbury?s Heart & Soul Campaign. In recognition of this gift, the Northeastern Ontario Regional Cancer Centre will name its new chemotherapy suite in CN?s honour.

Falconbridge rescue team?s #1

By Keith Lacey The Falconbridge Craig/Lockerby mine rescue team claimed the prestigious provincial championship at the recent 2002 Ontario Mine Rescue Competition in Timmins.

Sudbury dad needs help

Charlie Murphy of Chelmsford has run out of options. His teenager daughter has cystic fibrosis and was diagnosed with diabetes two years ago.

Bear facts

The city has issued a release on how to go about reporting nuisance black bears following recent sightings around Valley East and outlying areas. Individuals with concerns can contact the Ministry of Natural Resources nuisance bear line at 524-4696.