Sudbury Living
Sudbury Living PDF Editions Sudbury Feature Publications Sudbury Living Weddings PDF Editions

Sudbury’s Stories

Who’s Who: Metro Kozak

Who’s Who: Metro Kozak

  Sudbury Symphony Orchestra made is premiere in 1975.. SSO played under the baton of Metro Kozak (above with his wife Mary, until 1997. Metro Kozak, a gifted musician, came to Sudbury ”for a year,” in the late 1960s and never left. As conductor of the Sudbury Symphony Orchestra for many years, he introduced thousands [...]

December 19, 2012 Sudbury Living Magazine Sudbury's Stories 0

Who’s Who: Richard Rose

Who’s Who: Richard Rose

    Theatre director Richard Rose was born in Sudbury and is a graduate of Lockerby Composite High School. He has stated that growing up in Sudbury, with only one television channel, helped his imagination to develop and expand. He gives his theatre teacher Burt Brankley much credit for inspiring his enthusiasm for theatre. Rose [...]

December 17, 2012 Sudbury Living Magazine Sudbury's Stories 0

Who Who: Gerry Lougheed Sr.

Who Who: Gerry Lougheed Sr.

  Well known Sudbury businessman and community leader Gerry Lougheed Sr. died Dec. 16, 2012 at the age of 83. Lougheed established the Lougheed Funeral Home in Sudbury in 1952. He had been a member of the local Rotary Club since 1952. Over the years, he has held every office in the club, including serving [...]

December 17, 2012 Sudbury Living Magazine Sudbury's Stories 0

Boreal president announces his retirement

Boreal president announces his retirement

Denis Hubert-Dutrisac, the President of Collège Boréal, will retire  in September 2013. He will have served in the position for seven years, the longest tenure as president in Collège Boréal’s 17 years of existence.   As the third President of the College. Hubert-Dutrisac will leave a sound financial standing postsecondary establishment that has seen an [...]

December 5, 2012 Sudbury Living Magazine Lifestyle, Sudbury's Stories 0

Take a walk downtown

Take a walk downtown

    Walking_Tour_Brochure (click here) From the late 1800s and into the 20th century, Sudbury experienced incredible early growth due to its importance as a mining community. That growth is still evident today in some of the architecture found in the downtown. [...]

December 3, 2012 Sudbury Living Magazine Sudbury's Stories 0

Who’s Who Rachel Proulx

Who’s Who Rachel Proulx

Rachel Proulx has inspired others by her example to become socially responsible and better citizens. She is one of the people who worked tirelessly to get the province to establish a Fench-language college in Northern Ontario. She died in 2012. She was founding chair of the Collège Boréal board of governors and also served as [...]

October 3, 2012 Sudbury Living Magazine Lifestyle, Sudbury's Stories 0

Sudbury’s buried history

Sudbury’s buried history

Much of Sudbury’s rich history is buried – literally- where Regent Street meets Lorne in a sleepy plot of land surrounded by the hustle and bustle of the 21st century. The Eyre and Anglican cemeteries are the final resting places of pioneers such as Frederick Eyre, Moses Gatchell and William McVittie. Members of the Sudbury [...]

July 1, 2012 Vicki Gilhula Sudbury's Stories 0

Who’s Who: Romano Antoine Cassio

  Cassio’s hotel founder leaves legacy of success   March  2006 – OBIT FROM NORTHERN LIFE By Rick Pusiak The man who owned and ran one of the first hot dog stands in Sudbury is dead. Romano Antoine Cassio passed away Monday afternoon just two months short of his 92nd birthday. A funeral mass was [...]

June 25, 2012 Sudbury Living Magazine Sudbury's Stories 0

Sudbury archives building opens

Sudbury archives building opens

Dieter Buse of the Sudbury District Archives Interest Group (SDAIG) spoke at the opening of the Greater Sudbury Archives building in Falconbridge in May. The following are his words. In my view cities without archives are like persons who have Alzheimer’s. They are in danger of losing their memory and their identity. I must state [...]

June 1, 2012 Sudbury Living Magazine Sudbury's Stories 0

First families: The Howeys

First families: The Howeys

Howey Dr. Is named after Sudbury’s first doctor, William Howard Howey and his wife, Florence, who wrote one of the earliest histories of the area. After graduating from medical school at McGill, William (1855-1929) was hired by the CPR to work at temporary townsites as the railway was being built west from North Bay. After [...]

June 1, 2012 Vicki Gilhula Sudbury's Stories 0