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

Lifestyle

Source of support

Source of support

With more than 25 years of experience, BioPed is the largest health-care franchise of this type in the world and has become the standard of excellence in alleviating foot-related discomfort. They have recently entered into a partnership with the Canadian Diabetes Association. Pedorthist/owner Robin White has been operating the Sudbury location for 17 years. His [...]

March 1, 2008 Judi Koski Health/Beauty/Active Lifestyles 0

What a wonderful world

What a wonderful world

In terms of wine and spirits, the world has much to offer. With such a vast array of colourfully new and innovative products at the LCBO, the only question is: where to begin the journey?Spring 2008In terms of wine and spirits, the world has much to offer. With such a vast array of colourfully new [...]

March 1, 2008 Jamie Kensley Savour Sudbury 0

Magical keepsakes: Christmas fireplace

Magical keepsakes: Christmas fireplace

On Christmas Eve, millions of children throughout the world ask, “How does Santa get into our house? What if we don’t have a fireplace? Or a chimney? What if we’ve just moved? What if we always lock the door? What if? What if?”Winter 2007On Christmas Eve, millions of children throughout the world ask, “How does [...]

November 1, 2007 Judi Koski Holiday 0

Keep it simple

Keep it simple

The days of pulling out old, massive sets of dust-encrusted holiday decorations are over. Today’s embellishments should reflect the fluid, changing nature of people’s lives. That means keeping adornments simple, versatile and multi-purpose. “Think about what you have to plan for over the holidays and decorate accordingly,” says Stephen Chapman, a designer with Studio Flowers.Winter [...]

November 1, 2007 Wendy Bird Holiday 0

Maison Nouvelle | Living Room

Maison Nouvelle | Living Room

The owners of this unique residence in the city’s South End had vision. They selected a rocky, treeless site with a view of Ramsey Lake in 1958 several years before Paris St. extended to the Four Corners. There were few neighbours when they moved in. Forty-five years later, they live in one of the city’s [...]

November 1, 2007 Vicki Gilhula Home & Garden 0

Smile!

Smile!

Thanks to Hollywood and “makeover” TV shows, people are taking a good look in the mirror. Advances in dentistry means people born with less than perfect smiles can have a mouthful of pearly whites.Winter 2007Thanks to Hollywood and “makeover” TV shows, people are taking a good look in the mirror. Advances in dentistry means people [...]

November 1, 2007 Heidi Ulrichsen Health/Beauty/Active Lifestyles 0

Novices ‘Thai’ it and they like it

Novices ‘Thai’ it and they like it

Whether you are a Thai food aficionado or a novice, My Thai Palace offers an authentic and diverse Asian food menu that will have you craving more. From the moment you walk into this former “doughnut shop location,” you are warmly welcomed and transported into a rich culture of food and hospitality. As Thai food [...]

November 1, 2007 Lyda Barsh Where to Eat in Sudbury 0

Fine family living

Fine family living

Family is important to Ron and Helene Scagnetti. The couple’s blended family consists of seven children and 10 grandchildren. Family pictures, including those of the couple’s parents and siblings, have a prominent place on the walls in their two-level home that was designed by Sudbury architect Andy Frick and built by Toffoli Construction 20 years [...]

September 1, 2007 Vicki Gilhula Home & Garden 0

Upscale Urban | Floor Tiles

Upscale Urban | Floor Tiles

Bonnie Dittrich may not be schooled in interior de-sign, but her keen sense of decorating has been honed by years of experience. At 34 years old, she has already transformed three houses from dilapidated to desirable. This experience has given her the skills she needs to finish one of the most ambitious “renovation” projects she and [...]

September 1, 2007 Wendy Bird Home & Garden 0

Dancing queen

Dancing queen

Ida Sauve hasn’t really thought much about it. But come May, it’s bound to sink in. That’s when a group of friends and former students will help her to celebrate 50 years as a dance teacher in Sudbury. Sauve fondly recalls how it all began. “When I was 12, I was taking classes – tap, [...]

September 1, 2007 David Ducharme Arts 0