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Students spending break doing good

Sixteen high school students from the Rainbow School Board will bring light to Costa Rica during the March Break as part of the Light Up the World Campaign launched by Lasalle Secondary School two years ago.

University can handle double cohort in 2003

By Sarah Kett Next year universities across Ontario will be preparing for the largest increase in post-secondary enrolment in many years.

Conservation Authority begins annual flood watch

The weather got a little wild early Friday afternoon with rain, freezing rain, a little bit of hail and even some big snowflakes.

Oh! Oh! better get Maaco

Anyone who drives a car or truck in the north knows first-hand just how brutal northern winters can be to their vehicle.

Students spending break doing good

Sixteen high school students from the Rainbow School Board will bring light to Costa Rica during the March Break as part of the Light Up the World Campaign launched by Lasalle Secondary School two years ago.

Affinia wants to sell plant

As part of its international restructuring program, Affinia Group Inc. plans to sell its foundries in St. Catharines and Sudbury, and its machining plant in Waupaca, Wisconsin.

Affinia wants to sell plant

As part of its international restructuring program, Affinia Group Inc. plans to sell its foundries in St. Catharines and Sudbury, and its machining plant in Waupaca, Wisconsin.

Faces in the News

Science Fair Grade 6 students Elizabeth Lepage and Chelsea Fournier exhibited their science projects at St. Francis School in Sudbury last week. They called their project "What's Burning You?" It showed the effects of the sun on different materials.

LU celebrates outstanding women

Laurentian University celebrated the achievements of five outstanding women last week.

School of Ed tenders to be issued

The new 70,000 square feet, three-storey building School of Education building at Laurentian University is scheduled to be completed by the fall of 2007.