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French Immersion summer camps

French Immersion summer camps

Carrefour francophone has further developed a summer camp program for children. Greater Sudbury’s French-language cultural centre has recruited many of the same experts who ensured last year’s much appreciated series, while introducing some new themes as well. Carrefour francophone offers two series of summer camps: a French Immersion series and a Francophone series. Most weekly [...]

June 25, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Lifestyle, Upfront 0

St. Peter’s affirms commitment to all United Church members

St. Peter’s affirms commitment to all United Church members

        St. Peter’s United Church in Sudbury will officially celebrate its commitment to becoming an Affirming Congregation with the unveiling of the Affirm United stained glass piece and rainbow symbol decals outside its building on June 23. As part of the United Church’s Affirming Ministry Program, St. Peter’s declares itself to be [...]

June 12, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Lifestyle, Upfront 0

Boreal raises $8 million

Boreal raises $8 million

Collège Boréal Foundation’s Leading Us to Prosperity fundraising campaign raised more than $8 million for the student scholarship fund as well as for the new facilities of this post-secondary institution. The Collège Boréal Foundation’s chair, Philippe Boissonneault, spoke about the exceptional enthusiasm generated by this campaign, unprecedented in Collège Boréal’s history: “I wish to express [...]

June 10, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Students, Upfront 0

Taking care of history

Taking care of history

“From Meteorite Impact to Constellation City: A Historical Geography of Greater Sudbury” chronicles the human and physical environment of the city’s past and present, presenting “the big picture. “If you don’t write things down, a lot of history gets lost.” That’s the last thing Oiva Saarinen wants to see happen. He cares about the city [...]

May 24, 2013 Jenny Jelen Sudbury's Stories, Upfront 0

Amber Konikow, running down a dream

Amber Konikow, running down a dream

      On her hands and knees in mud, Amber Konikow was crying and in unbearable pain. Her right leg had long given because of a severe strain in her medial collateral ligament, forcing her to the ground and into crawling mode. Last August, Konikow participated in the 2012 Canadian Death Race, solo, in [...]

May 23, 2013 Scott Haddow Upfront 0

Mayworks to present month of events

Mayworks to present month of events

Ron Tough appears in one-man play Spitting Slag Wednesday, May 1 at Moose Hall.   Mayworks Sudbury 2013 and the Sudbury and District Labour Council are hosting Northern Ontario’s only labour/arts festival during the month of May.   May 1 (Wednesday) – 7 pm – Moose Lodge – 212 Frood Rd – North Road Theatre’s [...]

April 29, 2013 Vicki Gilhula Upfront 0

April 27 to May 4 is Modern Mining & Technology Week

April 27 to May 4 is Modern Mining & Technology Week

Modern Mining & Technology Week used to be Sudbury Mining Week. The new name reflects the present and future of the industry. It is a week of special events designed to increase public awareness and to help educate young people about career opportunities. Mining Industry Display and Career Fair Saturday, April 27 9 am to [...]

April 25, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Students, Upfront 0

McCormick on a mission

McCormick on a mission

BY KAYLA PERRY Dr. Kevin McCormick, president of Huntington University and  Honorary Lieutenant Colonel of the Irish Regiment of Canada (above), is dedicated to ensuring  the sacrifices made by the men and women of the Canadian Armed Forces is not only preserved, but also honoured by this and future generations of Canadians. On April 16, [...]

April 19, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Upfront 0

Influential Women Awards to be held in Sudbury June 6

Influential Women Awards to be held in Sudbury June 6

    Six women will be honoured at two separate events in June. Three recipients from northwestern Ontario will be recognized at the first awards luncheon, to be held in Thunder Bay at the Valhalla Inn on June 3, 2013. In Sudbury, on June 6.  three recipients from northeastern Ontario will be similarly honoured at [...]

April 16, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Uncategorized, Upfront 0

Thomas Merritt wins CBA award for Sports and Recreation

Thomas Merritt wins CBA award for Sports and Recreation

   Thomas Merritt (right) helps to kick off the Sudbury Dragon Boat Festival promotion. The festival will benefit the new multi-million dollar Northern Water Sport Centre,     Thomas Merritt’s university rowing coach taught him as much, if not more, about life as sport. “My coach, Mike Nicholls, instilled in everyone on the team that you [...]

April 10, 2013 Vicki Gilhula Upfront 0