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Going fishing?

The Northern Ontario Tourism Outfitters represents tourist lodges, camps, outfitters and fly-in services. This organization can answer all your questions regarding fishing in northern Ontario.

Sports Briefs

The Greater Sudbury Lacrosse Association needs coaches and officials. Clinics will be held at the Barrydowne Arena this Saturday for both. The coaching clinic will take place from 9 to 11 am and the officiating clinic will be held from 11 am to 1 pm.

Sudbury Special Olympic swim team splashes to top finish

It was a dominating performance by Sudbury's Special Olympic swim team at a meet in Sault Ste. Marie.

Pro soccer in 2003

The Sudbury Canadians, a local women?s team, will be joining the W League, the second-highest level of play in North America, on a one-year trial basis, according to head coach Frank Malvaso.

Sports Briefs

Lacrosse league holds clinics for coaches, officials The Greater Sudbury Lacrosse Association needs coaches and officials. Clinics will be held at the Barrydowne Arena on Saturday, April 27 for both.

They?re #1!

By Keith Lacey When the players on the Paul Lizotte Fuels Wolves have children , theyƂ?ll likely be telling them stories from the 2001-02 hockey season. The Wolves finished a season for the ages last weekend in Sault Ste.

Congratulations Daniel Lafontaine

The Northern Ontario Junior Hockey Association is pleased to announce the winner of the NOJHA Scholastic Player of the Year is Daniel Lafontaine of the Sturgeon Falls Lynx.

Senior games registration

The annual District 3 Sudbury Senior Games are just around the corner. The games run between May 4 and June 6 and registration is being held until April 30 at the Older Adult Centre at 140 Durham St. No registrations will be accepted after April 30.

Learn to sail

The Sudbury Yacht Club is offering learn to sail lessons for both youth and adults. Youth sailing camps run for five days from 9 am to 4 pm daily. You may register for more than one session. Sessions start July 8 and end Aug. 16.

Wolves sticking around

Don't worry hockey fans, the Wolves aren't going anywhere anytime soon, except maybe to the golf course after a short playoff run.