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Waste not, want not

BY TRACEY DUGUAY tracey@northernlife.

Cambrian goes green with sustainable energy centre

Cambrian College unveiled plans for a new energy centre Tuesday as it prepares to take a lead role in the growing sustainable energy industry.

Study confirms Science North good for city

BY JASON THOMPSON With its unique and unmistakable snowflake architecture, Science North is Sudbury?s top tourist destination, as well as a leader in education, culture and according to a recent study, economics.

Talking about water

The Advisory Council on Drinking Water Quality and Testing Standards will hold a stakeholder consultation meeting Wednesday, Nov. 3 in Sudbury.

Bell Park safe for swimming

If anyone were so bold as to go swimming in September, the main beach at Bell Park is once again safe for swimming after being closed two weeks ago because of high E. coli levels. The beach was posted on Aug.

Conference on sexual assault in schools

Greater Sudbury Police, in partnership with the four local school boards, is hosting a two-day Students Leading Students conference on sexual assault and relationship violence.

Junior citizen sets example

BY KEITH LACEY [email protected] Chelsea Sherrington?s volunteer work is impressive, but astounding is a better description considering she?s only nine years old.

Something went boom in the night

Residents of the West End of Sudbury were awakened by some seismic activity last night at 2:27 am Wednesday. ?The whole house shook,? said Vivian Scinto of 212 Albinson Ave.

Bartolucci gives early gift

BY JASON THOMPSON [email protected] It was a busy day for Sudbury MPP Rick Bartolucci Monday, hosting two separate press conferences and doling out more than $1.8 million.

Inco president to address chamber

The mining industry had an exceptional year in 2004. Mark Cutifani, president, Ontario operations for Inco Ltd., will address a Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce luncheon Tuesday, March 1 at the Holiday Inn, 1696 Regent St.