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The enviable woman

The enviable woman

“To be a person is to have a story to tell,” is a quote that best describes anyone who has blazed his or her own trail, led the way, took a risk and enjoyed all aspects of life. For Sudbury’s France Jodoin, life has been a journey with many different turns and corners, each leading [...]

March 1, 2009 Todd Robson Lifestyle 0

City Hideaway

City Hideaway

The handsome Zulich family home with its clean, horizontal lines is located on Ramsey Lake and hidden from the busy city street by bush. A long driveway leads up from the well-travelled road to the flat roof home which is perched on a piece of rocky landscape overlooking the lake and downtown Sudbury. Located minutes [...]

March 1, 2009 Sudbury Living Magazine Home & Garden 0

Journeying to new sight

Journeying  to new sight

For those who wear glasses from the moment they wake to the moment they go to sleep, the idea of spending a day without spectacles is appealing. Very appealing. Not that wearing glasses is a bad thing — there’s a growing trend of perfectly sighted people who wear prescription-less frames as a fashion statement or [...]

March 1, 2009 Wendy Bird Health/Beauty/Active Lifestyles 0

Stop whining and drink up!

Stop whining  and drink up!

Boys may sell their toys, and girls might consider waiting for a sale to buy those great shoes, but some of life’s pleasures are recession-proof. One of them is wine. (Another is chocolate.) Savvy sippers will search a little harder for a $10 chardonnay from Chile or hunt for an affordable Hungarian red, but they [...]

March 1, 2009 Vicki Gilhula Savour Sudbury 0

Deck the halls: Christmas decoration ideas

Deck the halls: Christmas decoration ideas

  Serge Vaillancourt loves Christmas and starts decorating his three-bedroom home in early November and usually has everything in place by mid-month in time for the Santa Claus Parade. Decorations usually come down after New Year’s Day. “Last year for the IODE Holly and Ivy Tour, I was taking down Halloween decorations and putting up [...]

November 1, 2008 Vicki Gilhula Holiday 0

Best in the world

Best in the world

Team Chiro, Sudbury’s internationally competitive premier dragon boat club crew, came home with a handful of medals from the Club Crew World Championships in Pengan, Malaysia. They travelled with hope and came back with silver in the 2,000-metre race, bronze in the 500-metre race and silver in the 200-metre race. Winter 2008Team Chiro, Sudbury’s internationally [...]

November 1, 2008 Heather Campbell Lifestyle 0

Nip/Tuck

Nip/Tuck

Feeling good about oneself from the “outside-in” with the help of plastic surgery has become more mainstream and acceptable in today’s society.Winter 2008Feeling good about oneself from the “outside-in” with the help of plastic surgery has become more mainstream and acceptable in today’s society. In fact, within the last decade, national and international demand for [...]

November 1, 2008 Adelle Larmour Health/Beauty/Active Lifestyles 0

A good night’s sleep important

A good night’s sleep important

A study published by the Journal of Chiropractic Medicine suggests switching to a new mattress can significantly help reduce back pain and stiffness.Winter 2008A study published by the Journal of Chiropractic Medicine suggests switching to a new mattress can significantly help reduce back pain and stiffness. The study by Oklahoma State University found subjects who [...]

November 1, 2008 Vicki Gilhula Health/Beauty/Active Lifestyles 0

Let’s dance

Let’s dance

I am surrounded by women of all ages, shapes, sizes and cultures. We are attempting to shimmy our hips and turn around in a circle to the rhythm of traditional Arabian music. I’m doing something I never imagined I would. I’m belly dancing and it feels great! “Belly dancing is the only dance that accepts [...]

November 1, 2008 Laura Mucklow Health/Beauty/Active Lifestyles 0

Heritage Lost

Heritage Lost

Sudbury, after years of a massive reforestation project, has emerged out of its gloomy and dismal dark ages to become one of the most beautiful cities in Ontario. I recently returned to my hometown, my second visit in 15 years. The once barren hills are now deep forests with fields of grass growing out of [...]

November 1, 2008 Bruce Bell Sudbury's Stories 0