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Recreation, arts centre proceed to next stage

BY TRACEY DUGUAY With a vote in favour of spending $250,000, city council agreed in principal to move to the next step in the planning process for the multi-use recreation centre and performing arts centre.

Sudbury joins initiative to integrate internationally trained professionals

The Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with MIRARCO, and with the support of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC), have joined forces to engage local employers in an effort to integrate internationally trained professionals.

Hospital hosts information session for cancer-related professions

The Regional Cancer Program (RCP) of the Sudbury Regional Hospital will hold an information session for students interested in cancer-related professions on Nov. 7 from 6 to 8 pm at the Cancer Centre.

Not-for-profit agencies honoured for making a difference

Six remarkable Ontario not-for-profit organizations were honoured for the difference they made in their communities at the Ontario Trillium Foundation’s 25th Anniversary celebration in Sudbury on Nov. 5.

City studied for report on French outside of Quebec

BY WENDY BIRD Leaders in the francophone community will gather tomorrow (Nov. 8) to hear the results of a study on the vitality of Sudbury’s francophone population.

Rudi seeks volunteer drivers

BY LAUREL MYERS As planning for holiday celebrations get underway, Operation Red Nose is again prepared to get everybody home safe.

Federal tax cuts anger city council

BY TRACEY DUGUAY The daggers were out at a finance meeting when city councillors reacted to tax cuts announced last week by federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty.
Citizens take active role in Marsh Monitoring program

Citizens take active role in Marsh Monitoring program

BY BILL BRADLEY Wetlands, and their preservation, are a hot topic in Greater Sudbury as citizen groups attempt to keep development away from areas like parts of Lily Creek.

Bail hearing delayed for woman charged with stealing baby

BY LAUREL MYERS The 29-year-old woman accused in the abduction of a newborn baby from the Sudbury Regional Hospital St. Joseph's site last Thursday afternoon made a brief appearance in Sudbury court today (Monday) to discuss the terms of her bail.

Delays on the Kingsway

Eastbound motorists on the Kingsway will encounter delays during the afternoon rush hour today, Nov. 5, as a result of paving operations between Kelsey’s Restaurant and Barrydowne Road.