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Part-time college workers earn right to organise.

CNW - The Ontario government announced that it plans to recognise part-time college workers' right to collectively bargain the conditions of their employment.

Chelmsford entrepreneur gets $25,000 from NOHFC

The Ontario government is helping a young Chelmsford entrepreneur expand a sales and rental service to specialty market.

Highway closure to allow erection of bridge girders

The Ministry of Transportation is advising motorists to expect intermittent delays on Municipal Rd. 80 at Hwy. 17 commencing at 7 pm on Thursday, Sept. 6.
Province makes commitment to health care in Sudbury

Province makes commitment to health care in Sudbury

Health Minister George Smitherman was in town Thursday to announce St. Joseph’s Health Centre is expected to begin construction of its 64-bed complex continuing care bed redevelopment project within a matter of weeks.

Construction changes hospital layout

The Sudbury Regional hospital is informing the public of changes at the Laurentian site campus befinning Monday, Sept. 10.
Deer released at Lively golf course

Deer released at Lively golf course

A deer wandered into Greater Sudbury's downtown core Wednesday morning and caused a wild uproar. The deer was seen running on Durham St. and charging down Elm St. where it smashed through the entrance door of the Canton Chinese Food Restaurant.
Journey to South Asia

Journey to South Asia

Take a virtual voyage to India and Sri Lanka with Northern Life’s associate editor Tracey Duguay. Duguay is travelling with Neville Hewage, a Sudbury man who is the founder of the Ontario International Development Agency.
Journey to South Asia

Journey to South Asia

Take a virtual voyage to India and Sri Lanka with Northern Life’s associate editor Tracey Duguay.

OMB rules in favour of building Lily Creek school

A citizens' group that opposes the construction of a new school has lost the most recent battle in the war over a section of land that lies close to Lily Creek in the the city's south end.
Deer disrupts downtown restaurant

Deer disrupts downtown restaurant

A deer wandered into Greater Sudbury's downtown core Wednesday morning and caused a wild uproar. Police and MNR officials were called to the scene of the Canton Chinese Food restaurant, located within the Rainbow Centre.