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Cutifani's appointment criticized by South African minister

Cutifani's appointment criticized by South African minister

Mark Cutifani's recent appointment to AngloGold Ashanti has come under some fire from Sandile Nogxima, director-general of the Department of Minerals and Energy in South Africa, according to a news story by Business Report, a business news website ru
Revised ecoEnergy program has proponents

Revised ecoEnergy program has proponents

BY BILL BRADLEY A lot can change in a year.

Chelmsford businessman donates land for long-term care facility

BY LAUREL MYERS St. Joseph’s Foundation is taking a step forward, increasing access to quality long-term care health services, and they have a businessman to thank for it.

Front-line workers feel helpless about homeless

BY WENDY BIRD By the time the advisory committee on homelessness initiatives tables its recommendations to city council this fall, much of the sting from last week’s submissions will be over, but the message will be loud and clear: poverty and homele
Green candidates impressed by party democracy

Green candidates impressed by party democracy

BY KENT CORNESS The Green Party of Ontario has announced its candidates for both Greater Sudbury ridings in the upcoming provincial election, setting the stage for a pair of four way battles.
Sudbury walks for a Day of Peace

Sudbury walks for a Day of Peace

The UN International Day of Peace on Sep. 21 will be marked in Sudbury with a walk for Peace from Memorial Park to Tom Davies Square, followed by a proclamation ceremony.

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.