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Shriners help HSN Botox clinic for kids

Shriners help HSN Botox clinic for kids

  HSN Receives Donation from Sudbury and Toronto Shrine club members for Pediatric Botox Clinic. Left to right: Keri Shewchuk, Coordinator, Pediatric Centre of Excellence, HSN; Dr. Sean Murray, Medical Director, Family and Child Program, HSN; Noble Al Burns, President Sudbury Shrine Club; Terrance Fulton, Illustrious Potentate, Rameses Shriners Toronto A clinic at Health Sciences [...]

April 14, 2014 Sudbury Living Magazine Parents, Uncategorized, Upfront 0

Who’s Who: The Martels

Who’s Who: The Martels

  Former MPP Elie Martel and grand-daughter Sarah Hampton.   Members of the Fawcett/Martel family have a long history of community service. Norman Fawcett was elected MP for Nickel Belt for one term in 1965. He worked for CNR for 34 years and was active in the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. After his years in [...]

November 11, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Sudbury's Stories, Uncategorized 0

Winter white is the white-hot fashion trend

Winter white is the white-hot fashion trend

Remember the old fashion rule that you don’t wear white after Labour Day? Good news: you can forget about it – “Winter White” is white hot for the coming season. From creamy off-whites to those as pure as the driven snow, white apparel from accessories to pants, coats, jackets and sweaters is all good to [...]

October 31, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Uncategorized 0

Who’s Who: Elmer McVey

Who’s Who: Elmer McVey

Elmer McVey was born in Chapleau in 1920 and moved to Sudbury in 1931. Like so many men during The Depression, he found work at Inco, and he was employed there for 43 years. He was instrumental in the union drive of Inco workers. He served on the bargaining committee for Mine Mill Local 598, [...]

October 30, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Sudbury's Stories, Uncategorized 0

Everyone must do their part for the planet: TVO journalist Steve Paikin

Everyone must do their part for the planet: TVO journalist Steve Paikin

From Northern Life   The world is at a time in its history where humanity can no longer rely on the role of the dice to alleviate its problems, says the anchor and senior editor of The Agenda on TVO. “We can’t just rely on the ‘great leader’ to come forward with a plan to [...]

October 28, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Uncategorized, Upfront 0

Who’s Who: McCharles Lake named after Aeneas McCharles

Who’s Who: McCharles Lake named after Aeneas McCharles

Aeneas McCharles was an early prospector and pioneer in Greater Sudbury. His book, Bemocked of Destiny, was published in 1908, two years after his death. It has been used by historians reasearching the first years of Canada. In the book McCharles wrote about growing up in Cape Breton and southern Ontario, and his experiences in [...]

October 3, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Sudbury's Stories, Uncategorized 0

Acting Up

Acting Up

  BY ROBIN DE ANGELIS   Sudbury Theatre Centre and Theatre Cambrian have drawn loyal audiences for many decades. Recently, however, the community’s interest in theatre has deepened with the emergence of new companies and organizations which include Encore, YES Theatre, and Pat the Dog Playwright Centre. These groups point toward an ever-growing culture of [...]

September 16, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Uncategorized, Upfront 0

Premier Helps Open Laurentian School of Architecture

Premier Helps Open Laurentian School of Architecture

Opening day Sept. 4.   The following is the news release from the premier’s office.   NEWS   Premier Kathleen Wynne participated in the opening of the Laurentian School of Architecture today, as part of her commitment to help young people in every part of the province prepare for promising careers.   The government invested [...]

September 5, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Uncategorized 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

United Way Sudbury celebrates 30th year

United Way Sudbury celebrates 30th year

On May 17, United Way Sudbury and Nipissing Districts celebrated the end of its 30th anniversary during its Annual General Meeting. President and CEO of United Way Centraide Canada, Dr. Jacline Abray-Nyman was the keynote speaker for this event. “It seems to me that what we’re celebrating tonight is an exciting new time for United [...]

May 17, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Our Town, Uncategorized 0