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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.

Proms, graduation parties prime time for date rape

BY KARI CYR for northern life Proms and graduation parties are happy times to remember. But these ?rites of passages? can also cause nightmares.

Wildlife display

The Muskoka Wildlife Centre brings its interactive wildlife presentation to the Main Library at 74 MacKenzie street Tuesday July 16 at 10:30 am and at the Valley East Library in Hanmer at 1:30 pm.

Information Picket

Eighty striking workers from the Noranda Horne smelter in Rouyn-Noranda joined unionized Falconbridge Ltd. workers for a general information picket and gate collection for strikers Monday in Falconbridge and Onaping.

Pioneer Manor workers win $85,593 in lottery

Eight co-workers at Pioneer Manor won $85,593 in the May 31st Lotto Super 7 draw. The eight have been buying lottery tickets weekly for about six years.

Mom receives Governor General's Medal

During the recent graduation ceremony at Collège Boréal, the college presented the Governor General?s Medal to Chantal Gladu . This medal is awarded in recognition of academic excellence.

Science North introduces new family member

Science North has introduced Quillan, a newborn male porcupine, to its animal family. The eight-week-old porcupine was introduced to the public for the first time last week.

Wardens for Wishes

This Friday, staff at Killarney Provincial Park will be taking part in the fourth annual Wardens for Wishes Campaign.

Award honours community leader?s contributions

Northern Ontario Business presented a special honour to a community leader during its annual influential women?s events last week.

Cowboy Junkies, Charlie Major headline acts at 2002 NLFB

BY KEITH LACEY There arenÂ?t enough hours in the day for Murray Bowers with the 31st annual Northern Lights Festival Boreal (NLFB) only hours away.