Excavators are tearing through the asphalt, as work has started on the Learners’ Centre outside of the Emergency Department at Health Sciences North (HSN). The 28,000 square foot, state-of-the-art facility will serve as a training ground for future doctors, nurses, lab technicians, paramedics and other health professionals. Construction is expected to take 18 months, [...]
Celebrate Capreol from July 28 until August 5, 2018 [...]
Originally, Capreol was settled by railway families and many of their descendants still live there. [...]
Several streets in Capreol are named after the Dennie family: Dennie, James, Lloyd, Clyde, Glenn, Randolph and Hanna. [...]
Chester Roy Judd began teaching in Capreol 90 years ago. [...]
The city's South End is the third largest neighourhood in the city after New Sudbury (pop. 24,329), and The Valley (pop. 23,978). [...]
October 20, 2016
Sheena Sharp, the project's architect, said the apartment will be a green building, with a goal to produce as much energy (through solar panels) as it uses. [...]
There will be a celebration and official flag-raising on June 30, 2016.
The State of Palestine will join Barbados, Burundi, Indonesia, Nepal and Tunisia. There will be a celebration and official flag-raising on June 30, 2016.
The State of Palestine will join Barbados, Burundi, Indonesia, Nepal and Tunisia. There will be a celebration [...]
April 22, 2016
The West End is a mature neighbourhood with many amenities. [...]
March 15, 2016
Chelmsford Branch staff decided to clean up Coté Park and donate enough funds to purchase the bench. [...]
November 17, 2015