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Sudbury should make a big deal about its NHLers

When you go to Parry Sound, there are several large signs and a one museum that pays tribute to its most famous son, former Boston Bruin Bobby Orr. Sudbury has contributed more than 80 players to the NHL but we don’t brag about it. There is hardly any celebration of this fact anywhere in the [...]

September 3, 2014 Vicki Gilhula Vicki Gilhula 0

Parting is such sweet sorrow

  I hope that your summer has given you time to rest, reflect, and enjoy time with those who bring you joy. Mine was a balance between Leila time, work, and good company. Managed to find some time to do a little purging. Man, that is exhausting work. Built a shelf for Leila’s room, so [...]

August 25, 2014 Sudbury Living Magazine Anna Barsanti, Guest Column, Uncategorized 0

Life lessons on learning

A long time ago while in education I learned that pointing out what the students do well, builds the capacity to learn. With this comes confidence, the willingness to take risks in learning, and the ability to hear feedback on answers that require further exploration. As a person who has experienced mistakes being pointed out [...]

July 22, 2014 Sudbury Living Magazine Anna Barsanti 0

In praise of another great guy, Bob Keetch

 Saying goodbye to the boss This week we said so long to my boss, Inspector Bob Keetch, now Chief Designate for Sault Ste. Marie Police Service. Chief Ian Davidson, followed by Chief Frank Elsner nurtured the concept “The Future of Policing”. Inspector Bob Keetch expanded his vision of community under their leadership. From the beginning [...]

June 16, 2014 Anna Barsanti Anna Barsanti 0

A new magazine about Our Neighbourhoods

  As I am putting the final touches on the Summer issue of Sudbury Living, I am also working on another project, a special edition called Our Neighbourhoods. It is an annual free magazine that will be distributed at more than 100 locations in Greater Sudbury including selected shops, supermarkets, restaurants, tourist information centres and [...]

May 29, 2014 Vicki Gilhula Vicki Gilhula 0

Do you want to Cook for Me?

  It was always challenging growing up in a family with eight siblings to be the one to get to lick the stir spoon after Mom prepared her famous chocolate fudge icing for her even more famous chocolate fudge three-layer cake. Mmmmm.   All of us would line up at the kitchen table hoping that [...]

May 26, 2014 Patricia Mills Patricia Mills, Savour Sudbury 0

Share your wisdom with young people

This past week my connection to Lockerby  Composite School continued. I was asked to speak to a group of female students on the Power of Girls, a great honour. (Why does Lockerby remain a school of importance in my life? I didn’t teach there as a member of the school staff. Gary Orasi, one the [...]

May 8, 2014 Anna Barsanti Anna Barsanti 0

The stories we tell

  Last fall the City of Greater Sudbury purchased Swansea Island in Ramsey Lake from private hands for $80,000. This little piece of land near Moonlight Beach has an interesting history. More than a 10 years ago I got a phone call from a reporter with The South Wales Evening Post. Julia Stewart was researching [...]

April 28, 2014 Vicki Gilhula Vicki Gilhula 0

Do you believe in magical thinking?

  Many children today woke up this morning anticipating the arrival of the Easter Bunny. Some may be skeptical of the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy, the Sandman, Jack Frost, the Man on the Moon, and Santa. Some may wonder why do we perpetuate the belief in such characters. The movie. the Guardians,  help the [...]

April 22, 2014 Anna Barsanti Anna Barsanti 0

Let children run not ‘roam’

  We thought it was really cute when one of Amelia’s first words was iPad. She said it around the same time that she started saying Dada and Illie (for her older sister Lily). And it really was cute when she said it in her very little girl voice, heavy with the accent of a [...]

April 10, 2014 Patricia Mills Patricia Mills 0