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Benefits of a cool, wet summer

  This rainy summer has certainly been one for the memory books. I didn’t mind the rain and the temperate days where I could go for walks around the block without dying of heat or thirst from a scorching sun. It was refreshing to sleep with the bedroom window open and feel a cool breeze [...]

August 31, 2017 Sudbury Living Magazine Patricia Mills 0

People with fall birthdays live longer, really

From the Fall 2014  edition of Sudbury Living Parents   It has nothing to do with the stars. BBC reports scientists have begun to notice people’s lives and health can be affected by their birthday. Some of this is elementary. For example, children born in January are more mature than classmates born in December of [...]

August 31, 2017 Vicki Gilhula Vicki Gilhula 0

Leila and I went to PEI

When Leila was a little girl, I made a promise that each summer I would take her to a different part of Canada, so she can learn firsthand what a magnificent country we live in. Canada’s 150 was a great year to move outside Ontario. Prince Edward Island has been on my bucket list for [...]

August 15, 2017 Sudbury Living Magazine Anna Barsanti 0

Sudbury should give Civic Holiday a name

Toronto has Simcoe Day. Sudbury should name the August long weekend after someone who made a significant contribution to the city. [...]

August 1, 2017 Vicki Gilhula Vicki Gilhula 0

Canada 150 message: we are a country of immigrants

From the French to the Syrians and every one in between, immigrants have made Canada what we today and will be tomorrow. That’s a reason to celebrate [...]

July 13, 2017 Vicki Gilhula Vicki Gilhula 0

Hoping for a peaceful Canada Day

One of the last things I remember doing on New Year’s Eve 2016 was booking a hotel in Ottawa for the 2017 Canada Day celebrations on Parliament Hill. I originally planned to stay with my youngest daughter who lives a few blocks from Parliament Hill, but she was quick to tell me her apartment would [...]

June 28, 2017 Patricia Mills Patricia Mills 0

School’s out for summer

To all the parents, friends, educators, coaches, colleagues, mentors, bosses in my life and Leila’s life, thank you for staying on course. We are stronger, wiser, and better prepared to meet whatever challenges come our way. [...]

June 26, 2017 Anna Barsanti Anna Barsanti 0

Room for all downtown

 Imagine Sudbury Arena as a cultural/arts hub     By Oryst Sawchuk   Happy Birthday Canada! Happy Birthday downtown Sudbury! It’s worth noting 2017 is downtown Sudbury’s 130th birthday year. The CPR’s plan, which was registered Aug. 16, 1887, is the footprint of today’s city centre. The historic core of our community and its buildings, [...]

June 14, 2017 Oryst Sawchuk Oryst Sawchuk 0

Memories of a dirty Thirties survivor

We arrived in Sudbury when I was about two. [...]

June 14, 2017 Sudbury Living Magazine Oryst Sawchuk, Uncategorized 0

My first blog

I recommend everyone read this article about Frank Lloyd Wright. https://www.counterpunch.org/2017/06/09/the-architect-vs-the-fbi-frank-lloyd-wright-at-150/ [...]

June 14, 2017 Oryst Sawchuk Oryst Sawchuk 0