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Tax seminars for the disabled

The Learning Disabilities Association of Sudbury is hosting a seminar Feb. 15 about the little-known disability tax credit.

Cultural investment retraces history

The Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC) is providing $316,200 for the development of Circuit Champlain (the Champlain Trail), a heritage corridor retracing the steps of French explorer Samuel de Champlain, Minister of Northern Developm

Sudbury goes Parisian

BY JENNIFER WAGNELL Experience the sights and sounds of Paris without having to cross the Pond. Students of Canadian Showcase will perform An Evening in Paris at the Sudbury Theatre Centre tonight, Thursday and Saturday.

Courtemanche and Smitherman discuss solutions to hospital bed crisis

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN [email protected] Ontario Health and Long-Term Care minister George Smitherman is allowing Sudburians to come up with their own plan to solve the long-term care crisis in the city.

Lively family has reason to be thankful

BY KEITH LACEY [email protected] Allison Moisan was near tears Thursday morning searching through the rubble in her New Orleans home for the second time since Hurricane Katrina destroyed it six weeks ago.

Proposal in works for eco-industrial park

BY KEITH LACEY [email protected] A Sudbury developer has plans to build a large eco-industrial park on The Kingsway near the Greater Sudbury landfill site.

Dancers invited to entertain vacationers on cruiseship

BY MANDI IDLE For the fourth time in five years, dancers from the Company G Dancers have been invited to perform on a Caribbean cruise ship next March.

Hospital seeks to improve diabetes care

In recognition of Diabetes Month this November, Sudbury Regional Hospital has announced a new program design for its Diabetes Education and Care Program (DECP).

Clean Air Sudbury wants to ?clear the air?

According to Clean Air Sudbury, smog events affect the Sudbury area and other parts of the north, but the occurrences are not as common as in southern Ontario.

LU?s third PhD program approved

Laurentian University?s PhD program in natural resources engineering has been recently approved by the Ontario Council of Graduate Studies.