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Newspaper seeks former carriers

Many successful people got their starts as Northern Life carriers. We want to hear from some "retired" carriers. We want to ask them about their experiences so we can pass the information on to our current team.

Astronaut visits Sudbury to show off robotic drill

Canada's first astronaut, Marc Garneau, was in Sudbury Thursday, to announce a $625,000 grant from the Canadian Space Agency to the Northern Centre for Advanced Technolog (NORCAT).

Recycling going great

Greater Sudbury residents have been doing their part to preserve valuable landfill space and protect the environment.

Newspaper seeks former carriers

Many successful people got their starts as Northern Life carriers. We want to hear from some "retired" carriers. We want to ask them about their experiences so we can pass the information on to our current team.

LU celebrates Women's Day

To celebrate International Women's Day, Laurentian University's presidential advisory committee on the Status of Women honoured the achievements of three Greater Sudbury women during its annual awards ceremony Wednesday, March 8.

Board decides to move two elementary schools to Northeastern

Northeastern Secondary School will become a huge elementary school in September.

LU celebrates Women's Day

To celebrate International Women's Day, Laurentian University's presidential advisory committee on the Status of Women honoured the achievements of three Greater Sudbury women during its annual awards ceremony Wednesday, March 8.

Study underway to convert waste into soil

The Greater Sudbury Development Corporation has approved $21,398 spread over two years to support a bio-composting research study that could divert as much as 65 percent of the city's solid waste from landfills.

Collège Boréal in mourning

The Collège Boréal community learned last Friday that two of their students died while camping near Parry Sound.

Old Man Winter, sun will battle for supremacy in March

While it will be no Olympian battle, Old Man Winter and the sun will be battling it out for domination in Canada throughout the early part of March, says The Weather Network in their just-released monthly forecast available on www.theweathernetwork.