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‘Last five years have been truly remarkable and transformative’

‘Last five years have been truly remarkable and transformative’

“The last five years have been truly remarkable and transformative,” said Pierre Zundel, Laurentian's interim president. “We've enjoyed success on many levels...” [...]

January 18, 2018 Heidi Ulrichsen Our Town, Students 0

Sudbury can be proud of medical research centre

Sudbury can be proud of medical research centre

HSNRI had secured more than $21 million in funding for research projects and involved more than 1,600 participants in clinical research. [...]

January 2, 2018 Heidi Ulrichsen Health/Beauty/Active Lifestyles 0

NOSM has created job opportunities, improved medical services

NOSM has created job opportunities, improved medical services

"It’s so rewarding to see graduates providing care in the communities across Northern Ontario, and really making a difference in the lives of people in Northern Ontario." [...]

October 27, 2017 Heidi Ulrichsen Health/Beauty/Active Lifestyles 0

Francophone author Michel Dallaire dead at 60

Francophone author Michel Dallaire dead at 60

The literary community is mourning the death of award-winning Francophone author Michel Dallaire, who passed away suddenly April 25. [...]

April 28, 2017 Heidi Ulrichsen Sudbury's Stories 0

Céleste Bouffard opens pelvic health physiotherapy clinic

Céleste Bouffard opens pelvic health physiotherapy clinic

Bouffard said she often does an internal exam to assess the condition of the pelvic floor muscles. [...]

November 15, 2016 Heidi Ulrichsen Health/Beauty/Active Lifestyles, Our Town 0

Labour Day not just another Stat

Labour Day not just another Stat

The Labour Day Festival runs 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sept. 5 in Bell Park, near the amphitheatre [...]

August 31, 2016 Heidi Ulrichsen Archives 0

Crombie Centre celebrates milestone

Crombie Centre celebrates milestone

A ceremony marking the centre's 20th anniversary was held at the college June 14. [...]

June 15, 2016 Heidi Ulrichsen Students, Sudbury's Stories 0

Cinefest veterans love the movies

Cinefest veterans love the movies

When Cinéfest Sudbury International Film Festival rolls around each year, Juanita and John Stolte email their kids and tell them they’re unavailable for the next week.   The couple are among a select group of Cinéfest die-hards that make Silver City Cinemas their home during the festival, and take in dozens of films. This year the Stoltes [...]

September 16, 2014 Heidi Ulrichsen Arts 0

Herbert Fisheries lures hungry Sudburians

Herbert Fisheries lures hungry Sudburians

Herbert Fisheries owners Ross and Jenny Herbert opened a new restaurant at 1942 Regent St., in the city’s South End.    Reprinted from Northern Life/ November 2013 The red-and-white Herbert Fisheries fish and chips bus in Killarney, Ont. is a popular destination for day-tripping Sudburians. But with renovations ongoing at their Killarney dockside location, Herbert Fisheries [...]

August 6, 2014 Heidi Ulrichsen Savour Sudbury 1

Finding Momo

Finding Momo

Momo and Andrew BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN Sudbury’s Andrew Knapp and his five-year-old border collie, Momo, got quite the homecoming party June 1. Dozens of people crowded into the Fromagerie on Elgin to welcome the dynamic duo, who have been touring the United States and Canada to promote Knapp’s book, Find Momo. It was Knapp’s 32nd [...]

June 5, 2014 Heidi Ulrichsen Upfront 0