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Northern Ontario loses 8,200 jobs

(CNW) A news release from the Ontario Liberal Party, says the Progressive Conservative government has ignored Northern Ontario and sat idly by as jobs fled.

Software retailer chooses City Centre

A new software retailer has selected the City Centre for his new business location.

New trade association to promote mining service sector

A new regional trade association has been formed to promote Greater Sudbury?s fastest growing sector. The Sudbury Area Mining Supply and Service Association (SAMSSA) will assist area mining supply and service companies export goods and services.

LU teacher?s college hires first professor

BY MICHAEL JAMES [email protected] Graduating university students hoping to attend English teacher?s college in Sudbury this fall may be disappointed to learn the program at Laurentian University won?t be able to accommodate them.

Theatre Cambrian celebrates 20th anniversary

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW [email protected] Theatre Cambrian is on the cusp of celebrating their 20th Anniversary, and they're pulling out all the stops for the 2004/05 season with three major productions sure to tickle the most cynical fan's fancy.

Six new low rider buses joining transit fleet

City of Greater Sudbury Transit will be getting six more popular low rider buses over the next few months if city council does as expected and passes a motion to fund the contract Tuesday evening.

University honours women

To celebrate International Women?s Day, Laurentian University?s presidential advisory committee on the Status of Women honoured the achievements of Helene-Louise Francis, Tannys Laughren, Gaétane Pharand, Dr.

Board schedules special meetings for Algonquin Public School parents

Algonquin Road Public School parents will have the opportunity to receive information and ask questions at two meetings set for today. Parents are invited attend the meetings at 1 pm and at 7 pm at Lo-Ellen Park Secondary School.

Sudbury residents are cleaning up

BY BILL BRADLEY [email protected] Sudbury citizens are participating in a big way this year in the Great Canadian Cleanup.

Sudbury pilot killed in crash had years of experience

The Sudbury man killed in a light plane crash near the Sudbury Airport Tuesday was an experienced pilot with years of experience.