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Azilda mom wins CTV trip to Hollywood

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN [email protected] An Azilda woman traded snow shovels and sub-zero temperatures for the glamour of Hollywood last weekend.

Community supports Strokes for Hope

Northern Life is one of the community sponsors of the Northern Cancer Research Foundation?s Strokes for Hope Golf Tournament, Aug. 18 at the Timberwolf Golf Course.

Smitherman to visit before Nov. 19: Bartolucci

BY CRAIG GILBERT [email protected] Minister of Health and Long-Term Care George Smitherman is expected to make an announcement in Sudbury regarding mental health services before Nov. 19.

Labour shortage in Sudbury

BY HEATHER CAMPBELL Skilled trades people are scarce in Sudbury. During the past few years, there has been a need throughout Canada for more skilled workers.

Tomorrow?s leaders focus of NOBA conference

BY KEITH LACEY [email protected] The talent, energy and job-creation skills of young entrepreneurs will be given special focus when the 19th Annual Northern Ontario Business Awards (NOBA) return to Greater Sudbury in early October.

Minister sets out expectations of Clean Water Bill

BY KEITH LACEY [email protected] When Ontario?s Environment Minister brings her children to visit family here in Greater Sudbury, she wants them to know they are swimming in and drinking safe, clean water.

Officials dream of making Sudbury fourth popular destination in Ontario

BY CRAIG GILBERT [email protected] Greater Sudbury tourism officials are hoping a good SWOT will get the local vacation industry in gear.

LU?s first Rhodes Scholar comes home to share his story

BY KEITH LACEY [email protected] Aaron Marsaw lost his vision almost 20 years ago at age 12, but the gifted student and citizen never lost sight of how much he could accomplish in life.

LU professor wins Outstanding Young Scientist Award

Dr. Stephen J.

Lasalle students light up Costa Rica

Lasalle Secondary School students are in the midst of their annual fundraising drive to bring solar-powered LED lighting to Costa Rica's indigenous people. Students will participate in a 24-hour Hunger Strike for Light on Thursday, Oct. 27.