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  • Miracle Baby

    Miracle Baby

     A mother’s journey from infertility to motherhood.     BY TINA DORÉ   It’s hard to imagine life without Landon. In the midst of diaper

  • A Vacation Tradition: The French River Trading Post

    A Vacation Tradition: The French River Trading Post

          BY ANDREW HINDS French River Trading Post has a magical allure, pulling in motorists as if by a siren’s call. It’s impossible

  • Meringue magic

    Meringue magic

    Pavlova   The Pavlova dessert was named for famed Russian ballerina, Anna Pavlova, after her visit to New Zealand and Australia. Mini meringues are best

  • Strawberry season is here.

    Strawberry season is here.

        There are so many delicious ways to eat local strawberries other than as jam.                  

  • A paradise lagoon in Northern Ontario

    A paradise lagoon in Northern Ontario

    BY DALE MANSFIELD Do I jump? Or no, oops, I did! The falls and rapids leading out of Wolf Lake narrowed at a spot to

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Downchild to appear at jazz festival
Posted On July 17, 2014 | No Comments

Jazz Sudbury announces headliners for 2014 Festival   Blues mainstay Downchild and crooner Emile-Claire Barlow are this year’s headliners at the Jazz Sudbury Festival, which will be take place Sept. 5 and 6 at the [...]


Debbi Nicholson – Influential Community Trailblazer
Posted On July 4, 2014 | No Comments

 Debbi Nicholson received her award June 2 at the Influential Women of Northern Ontario luncheon.   When Debbi Nicholson started working at the Sudbury Chamber of Commerce 35 years ago only one woman sat on [...]


Edible Landscaping
Posted On June 23, 2014 | No Comments

 Amelanchier alnifolia – SASKATOON BERRY   If you are planning on landscaping your property this year, consider planting some native trees and shrubs that produce edible berries. Although not as well known as cultivated species, like [...]

Food & Drink

Brushing up on barbecue
Posted On July 17, 2014 | No Comments

  There’s evidence humans started cooking their meat with controlled fire around 1.6 million years ago. Just don’t ask what the evidence is. The first recorded barbecue party took place in the Caribbean in 1526. [...]

Arts & Culture

Share your love of reading with friends
Posted On June 24, 2014 | No Comments

  (NC) You love reading, good company, as well as sharing conversation and ideas. It’s no wonder so many of us have joined a book club—or thought of joining one. Books stir passions, unite and [...]