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Former Inco Club sold to accounting firm

Former Inco Club sold to accounting firm

BY KEITH LACEY A building that has played host to thousands of weddings, parties and social functions as well as acting as headquarters for Cambrian College's fundraising program has been sold to one of the city's largest public accounting firms.

Marleau votes against Harper's 'nation' motion

Sudbury MP Diane Marleau voted against a Conservative motion recognizing that the Quebecois form a nation within a united Canada Monday night because it panders to separatists, she says.

Hydro One recalls LED lights

Some 250 Sudbury residents picked up free Christmas LED courtesy of Hydro One last month, and now those lights are being recalled because of safety concerns. The recall is on Greenlight 36-Bulb Seasonal LED Light Strings.

Lasalle students canvassing for food Tuesday

Lasalle Secondary School students will be going door to door in the New Sudbury and Garson areas collecting food Nov. 28 between 4:30 and 8:30 pm. The collection is part of Lasalle's annual canned food drive.
Doctors Without Borders in need of volunteers

Doctors Without Borders in need of volunteers

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN At an age when most doctors would rather be relaxing on the golf course or spending time with their grandkids than working, 79-year-old Dr.
CVRD Inco donates to Older Adults Centre

CVRD Inco donates to Older Adults Centre

BY BILL BRADLEY Christmas came early to seniors across Greater Sudbury Friday, thanks to a $50,000 donation by CVRD Inco to the Older Adult Centre's (OAC) fundraising campaign.
Red Ribbon campaign launched

Red Ribbon campaign launched

BY KEITH LACEY While the numbers are declining, drunk driving continues to be the number one killer of teenagers in Canada and several students at Marymount College are doing their part to try and change this.
Victims of tainted blood still waiting for compensation

Victims of tainted blood still waiting for compensation

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN Ernie Zivny was a happy man July 25 when the federal government announced it would provide compensation for people who contracted Hepatitis C through tainted blood before 1986 and after 1990.

Full production planned at FNX’s Levack Mine

BY KEITH LACEY By next spring, FNX Mining Inc.

Health Canada warns consumers about Embrun de mer

(CNW) Health Canada is warning Canadians not to use the unauthorized product Embrun de mer promoted for the treatment of skin irritation in newborns and adults because it contains unacceptable amounts of harmful bacteria.