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Respected community leader dead at 57

Respected community leader dead at 57

Rachel Proulx’s long battle with multiple sclerosis didn’t stop her from being a “force of nature” who was “passionate” about many different causes, said those who knew her. The 57-year-old passed away at Health Sciences North during the evening of Dec. 26. Proulx leaves behind her husband, Charlie St. Germain, children Marie-Josée Proulx and Jean-Pierre [...]

January 2, 2013 Heidi Ulrichsen Upfront 0

Research program to investigate what makes Sudburians sick

Research program to investigate what  makes Sudburians sick

Dr. Francisco-Diaz Mitoma, CEO and scientific director, AMRIC , Nicole Everest, board chair, AMRIC , Mayor Marianne Matichuk, and Dr. Denis Roy, president and CEO, Health Sciences North.   A new research institute has been created in Greater Sudbury that will focus on key health concerns in Northern Ontario. A new release from Health Sciences North (HSN) says: “The [...]

December 10, 2012 Sudbury Living Magazine Upfront 0

Winter issue on sale now

Winter issue on sale now

SL tells the story of the man in charge of the hospital, Dr. Denis-Richard Roy, shown above with his wife Monique.   It’s been two years now since Dr. Denis-Richard Roy took over the helm at Sudbury’s hospital. His name is in the news often but most Sudburians don’t know much about him. Benita Hart, [...]

November 15, 2012 admin Upfront 0

Jan Fregonese’s passion is teaching others to dance

Jan Fregonese’s passion is teaching others to dance

  Ballroom and Latin dancing have become so popular in Sudbury, it’s keeping instructor Jan Fregonese on her toes. Fregonese, a grandmother of six, teaches dancing day and night. Her schedule includes ballroom and Latin dancing classes at Cambrian College and line dancing classes for seniors at Lockerby Legion and St. Andrew’s Place. She estimates [...]

November 7, 2012 Vicki Gilhula Upfront 0

Fall arrives early in Sudbury

Fall arrives early in Sudbury

Fall arrives early in Sudbury Watch for the Fall issue of Sudbury Living…on newsstands Sept.15. Look for ballroom dancer Jan Fregonese. Fall officially arrives at 4:44 in the afternoon on Sept. 22. So long summer.  The days and nights are cooler but our schedules are busy, busy. busy. Fall arrives a week early in Sudbury with [...]

August 21, 2012 Sudbury Living Magazine Upfront 0

4,000 new jobs expected by 2016

Sudbury’s unemployment rate expected to drop to six percent by 2016; back to pre-recession lows, says a reporter by BMO Capital Market Economics. The next four years will bring 4,000 new jobs to Sudbury, according to a the report released last week. The report on Sudbury is the latest in a series of economic and [...]

June 6, 2012 Sudbury Living Magazine Upfront 0

Dog park opening in September

The Dog Days of summer is near. Dogs will have a safe place in Greater Sudbury to run and play off-leash when the City opens its first off-leash dog park in early September. Located on a parcel of land at the corner of Second Avenue North and Donna Drive in Minnow Lake, the approx. 7 [...]

April 27, 2012 Sudbury Living Magazine Upfront 0

Sudbury Living wins business award

SUDBURY, Ontario: The Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce presented a Bell Business Award of Excellence to Laurentian Media Magazine Group and Sudbury Living May 11. The award was in the new venture category. Sudbury Living Magazine was launched by Laurentian Media Magazine Group, a division of Laurentian Media (established 1973) in September 2007. Principal officers [...]

June 1, 2010 Sudbury Living Magazine Upfront 0

Everyone loves a clown or two

Everyone loves a clown or two

Tickets for Comedy Duo now on Sale at STC Don’t say you weren’t warned. These guys are FUNNY! “So much blood; So many limbs; Zany to Macabre” . Yes, it’s Mump and Smoot, the ‘for-adults-only’ fiends hiding behind clown make-up. In their show “Something”, they take the audience to a fine cafe, a wake and [...]

June 1, 2009 Vicki Gilhula Arts, Upfront 0