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Cambrian College set to honour graduates

Cambrian College will honour more than 2,200 graduates at four Convocation ceremonies this Thursday and Friday at the Barrydowne campus. The ceremonies begin at 10 am and 2 pm. This is the 36th annual Convocation ceremonies.

Conservative majority gov?t predicted by Oracle Research

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN [email protected] Sudbury pollster Paul Seccaspina is predicting that the Conservatives will win a slim majority in the Jan. 23 federal election.

Why is this man smiling?

Gerry St. Amant and eight of his co-workers at Inco won $100,000 in the Dec. 29 Lotto 6/49 Encore draw. Other winners are Jan Brown, Gianni Zanatta, Andy Kosiw, Lisa Frantin, Carole Vachon, Shelley Willock, Wayne Belanger and Brian McNamara.

Seniors love new and improved Pioneer Manor

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN [email protected] Fran Clark loves her room in the new wing of Pioneer Manor. The $22 million wing has 188 long-term care beds and replaces an east wing that was constructed in the 1950s.

Keeping it clean with Sudbury Vacuum

Tired of lugging a heavy and bulky vacuum up and down the stairs as you battle endlessly against the onslaught of pet hair, cookie crumbs and the never seen, but always present, army of dust mites? Managers Richard Desmarais and Remi Desmarais (right

Sudbury magazine promotes careers in mining

Twenty ambassadors of the mining industry will provide Ontario secondary students with an intimate, first-hand account of a world most young people know very little about through a bilingual mining careers magazine published in Sudbury called RockON.

Residents asked to save power

The recent heat in Greater Sudbury has the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) appealing to consumers to reduce their energy consumption for the remainder of the week, especially between the hours of 8 am and 8 pm.

It?s good being green in the city

BY BILL BRADLEY [email protected] A Sudbury developer and his consulting engineer have created a wetland and pond project that benefits people, the environment and the bottom line.

IW Awards honour women

BY MARLENE MOORE Do you know someone who is deserving of public praise for her business acumen, career success, professional drive and contribution to community? Consider nominating her (or yourself) for a prestigious 2006 IW Award! The ninth-annual

Renowned Russian scientist speaks at Laurentian University

Dr. Sergey Kalyuzhnyi, Director of Environmental Biotechnology at the Moscow State University in Moscow, Russia will present a talk entitled Â?Microbial Fuel CellsÂ? today in Room S-217 of Laurentian's Science Building at 12 noon.