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Young blood wanted

Canadian Blood Services is kicking off its official Bloodstock campaign, a donor recruitment initiative focused on encouraging high school and post-secondary students to be involved in donating blood and recruiting blood donors.

Bus travel may be affected by strike

BY KEITH LACEY If you're planning on boarding a Greyhound bus and heading to western Canada, you might want to change plans as a strike looms at one minute past midnight Friday.
Fire ban lifted but safety still urged

Fire ban lifted but safety still urged

Greater Sudbury Fire Services has lifted a ban on open fires in the City of Greater Sudbury, just in time for the Victoria Day holiday weekend.

NDP health critic calls for provincial breastfeeding strategy

Shelly Martel, NDP health critic, called upon the government to implement a provincial breastfeeding strategy, stating that the services for breastfeeding in Ontario not easily accessible to moms who need them and that they are often not covered by O

Man robs McDonald's Drive-thru window

On Wednesday evening around 11:30 pm, Greater Sudbury Police report a lone male walked up to the drive-thru window at McDonalds on Regent St. The male had a handgun and demanded money from a female clerk.
Canadian Pacific rail workers across Greater Sudbury go on strike

Canadian Pacific rail workers across Greater Sudbury go on strike

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN About 150 Canadian Pacific rail workers in the Greater Sudbury area went on strike early Wednesday morning.

Confederation Secondary School to host yard sale and car wash in Val Caron

Confederation Secondary School is hosting a giant yard sale on Saturday, May 26, from 9am to 2pm. The school is located at 1918 Main Street West in Val Caron.
Jury about to begin deliberations at jail suicide inquest

Jury about to begin deliberations at jail suicide inquest

BY KEITH LACEY After hearing three weeks of testimony into the suicide of a young inmate inside the Sudbury District Jail, a coroner's inquest jury is expected to make numerous recommendations to try and prevent a similar death from occurring under s
Sudbury engineering firm named Company of the Year

Sudbury engineering firm named Company of the Year

BY KEITH LACEY A Sudbury engineering firm that continues to expand its operations across Greater Sudbury - and around the world - was named Company of the Year by the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce during its 10th Annual Bell Business Excellence

City's strong economy reflected in bullish real estate market

The strong local economy will lead to continued growth of the Sudbury housing market in 2007.