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Éco H2O project launched at É.s.c. l’Horizon

Éco H2O project launched at É.s.c. l’Horizon

Students and staff from Val Caron’s École secondaire catholique l’Horizon recently launched the new Éco H2O ecological project. This initiative, linked to the schools High Skills Specialist Major in health and wellness, will make the school community aware of the importance of drinking water in the course of a day while at the same time [...]

March 19, 2014 Sudbury Living Magazine Students 0

Teen clocks 1,200 volunteer hours

Teen clocks 1,200 volunteer hours

    The Guinness World Record for most volunteer hours served is 47,000. The American who currently holds the record is 62 years old and     has volunteered for 28 years. Sudbury’s Zaccharie Lefrançois, a Collège Boréal student, is on his way to being a record holder. Only 18, he accumulated more than 1,200 [...]

February 21, 2014 Sudbury Living Magazine Students, Upfront 0

Lasalle students sleep with sharks

Lasalle students sleep with sharks

Lasalle Secondary School had the distinction of having the first public group spend the night in the Shark Tunnel at the new Ripley’s Aquarium in Toronto. Sleeping among the sharks were, front, from left, Keagan LeBreton, Erik Levesque, Jesse Menard, Ivan Conrad, Jody Lao, Mayrichelle Bautista, Brooklyn Cashmore, Tori Wells, Drayden Pelltier, and Sierra Nicholas; [...]

January 15, 2014 Sudbury Living Magazine Students, Upfront 0

Building to be reused as student rez

Building to be reused as student rez

  REPRINTED FROM NORTHERN LIFE   The evolution of downtown Sudbury continues as the former home of a longtime business is being converted into student residences. The historic site at the corner of Beech and Elgin streets will soon be filled with students from Laurentian’s School of Architecture. The building was the original home of [...]

January 8, 2014 Sudbury Living Magazine Students, Sudbury's Stories, Upfront 0

Travel the planet while helping the world

Travel the planet while helping the world

  The first time Karly Dudar went to Jamaica she stayed at an all-inclusive resort—the all-you-can-eat-and-drink ocean-view paradise that most Canadian tourists seeks out for their winter break in the Caribbean. Her second trip was a different experience. Last winter she spent 10 days working in a shanty town outside the capital city of Kingston. [...]

December 18, 2013 Vicki Gilhula Students, Travel 0

Campaign fights bullying

Campaign fights bullying

At St. David Catholic Elementary School it takes a community of parents and teachers working together to create a safe, friendly school environment.  The St. David School Catholic Parent Council believes that a positive school climate exists when all members of the school community feel safe, included and accepted, and all members of the school community [...]

November 22, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Lifestyle, Students 0

A is for Architecture

A is for Architecture

A_chitecture.Notice anything missing?That’s because the first ‘r’ in architecture is currently on hiatus at Café Petit Gateau. Or it could be the second ‘r’, which would make it Architectu_e. Actually, it doesn’t really matter where the ‘r’ belongs, because all of the letters have decided to take a bit of a vacation leading up to [...]

August 28, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Students, Uncategorized, Upfront 0

Thorneloe rez gets kitchen makeovers

Thorneloe rez gets kitchen makeovers

    With contemporary-coloured oak veneers, brushed metal accents, modern countertops, and ample cupboard space, it could look like a display kitchen in a high-end store. But it’s actually the two new kitchens for students living on residence at Thorneloe University.   The new-look, European-style kitchens include all new cupboards and countertops, seating areas, and [...]

August 28, 2013 Vicki Gilhula Home & Garden, Students 0

Sudbury Living Students 2013 available free at Staples

Sudbury Living Students 2013 available free at Staples

87 percent  of Canadians taken back to their school days by a certain smell, study reveals /CNW/ – As children around the country get ready for a new school year, almost 90% of Canadian adults admit that a particular smell – whether it’s the scent of chalk, paper or pencils — takes them back to school – according [...]

August 26, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Students 0

Get creative with mac and cheese

Get creative with mac and cheese

“I’ll never be able to give my kids a billion-dollar company, but Laureen and I are saving for their education. And I have actually cooked them Kraft Dinner. I like to add wieners.” Prime Minister Stephen Harper     Boxed macaroni and cheese was introduced in Canada 75 years ago by Kraft Foods. Known affectionately [...]

July 15, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Savour Sudbury, Students 0