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Airport plans major investments in 2008

Airport plans major investments in 2008

On the heels of $1.2 million in land development that has opened up property with services for aircraft so individual pilots can build hangars at the Greater Sudbury Airport, the organization is moving forward with more development in the new year.

Communities helping Hunt family

Man killed in highway accident had recently returned from United States. BY BILL BRADLEY The communities of Wahnapitae and St. Charles are organizing to help out a family in need.

GSDC commits $55,000 to MFM

Recently, the Greater Sudbury Development Corporation (GSDC) approved funding for Music and Film in Motion (MFM) valued at $55,000. This represents the final year of a conditional three-year funding arrangement.
City responds to latest snowplowing woes

City responds to latest snowplowing woes

Mother Nature isn’t co-operating with the city’s new reduced service winter operations plan. The first serious dumping of snow, which came over a three-day period starting Saturday, created havoc across the community and grounding school buses.

Sudburians may soon be able to ‘dial’ for information on walking tour

BY TRACEY DUGUAY A new project in the works by the Rainbow Routes Association could have visitors and resident alike taking a stroll through urban areas of the city, while learning about buildings or sights of historical interest.

Work with us, not against us: developer

BY BILL BRADLEY One of the city’s biggest developers met some of his critics at the annual general meeting of Rainbow Routes Thursday evening at Tom Davies Square.

Councillor takes on taggers

Community pride is the driving force behind Ward 12 Councillor Joscelyne Landry-Altmann’s fervent desire to stamp out graffiti, and she won’t rest until it happens.
Summit helps those with mental health disorders and addictions

Summit helps those with mental health disorders and addictions

More than 150 delegates from the addiction and mental health services fields are in Greater Sudbury to attend a two-day health summit entitled “Coming Together – Developing an Integrated Addiction and Mental Health Services System for Northeastern On
$132 million investment in Coleman Mine should extend production to 2022

$132 million investment in Coleman Mine should extend production to 2022

BY LAUREL MYERS Vale Inco Limited announced Tuesday a $132-million investment for a development project in the 170 Orebody at Coleman Mine in Levack.
ONTC negotiating with Teamsters

ONTC negotiating with Teamsters

BY WENDY BIRD With hope on both sides for a resolution to end a two-month old strike, the Ontario Northland Transportation Commission and members of the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference union representing 50 motor coach operators and dispatchers have