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Sharing benefits of research with Laurentian students

By Craig Gilbert Laurentian University?s Ken Westaway?s research isn?t something the public would get excited about, but it?s the type of work that needs to be done if our understanding of the world is to advance. Dr.

Trail guide available

Do you know the route of the Trans Canada Trail through the City of Greater Sudbury? If not, help is now available. The Rainbow Routes Association in partnership with FedNor and the city just launched a 32-page Greater Sudbury Trail Guide.

New French high school will keep heritage alive

By Rick Pusiak A $6.6-million French Catholic high school is going to be built on the old College du Sacre-Coeur property near downtown Sudbury. bottom The new school is designed by Nicholls Yallowega Belanger.

Fines laid for discharging sentiments into Wanapitei River

Two local companies and one Calgary business were fined a total of $27,995 for impairing the water quality in the Wanapitei River.

Sudbury hospital gets $7 million

The Ernie Eves government will invest a record $9.4 billion, up from $8.7 billion last year, in Ontario?s hospitals, an increase of $645 million over last year. Sudbury Regional Hospital will receive about $7 million in funding this year.

Delays at Splash North

Things won?t be getting wet and wild any time soon in Chelmsford. The management team at Splash North, the new waterpark, issued a statement this week announcing the park will not open this season.

Faces in the News

Big Brothers Association of Sudbury & District introduced their new preschool mentoring program at the Older Adult Centre on Durham Street recently.

Hotel wins award

The Best Western Sudbury, formerly the Peter Piper, has received the companyÂ?s directorÂ?s award for outstanding quality standards.

JoeMac taking message to PEI

The JoeMac Committee will be heading to the East Coast later this month.

Sartoretto named VP

Tina Sartoretto has been named vice-president, excellence of programs and learning services at College Boreal. From 1987 to 2001 she was the registrar at Cambrian College.