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‘Twas the month before Christmas

‘Twas the month before Christmas

(NC)—If the mall is “beginning to look a lot like Christmas” and you’re hearing “Jingle Bells” on the radio, you know “the most wonderful time of the year” is just around the corner. And though you’re always given advance warning of the festive season, somehow you always end up stretched for time – running from [...]

November 11, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Holiday 0

I’m dreaming of a White Christmas

I’m dreaming of a White Christmas

  Michelle and Ken Vaillancourt dream of their white Christmas. They create a winter wonderland inside and outside of their home in the Loach’s Road area of the city. Michelle, a nurse, likes the clean and fresh look of white which contrasts handsomely with the main living rooms that are painted a pale sage colour. [...]

November 6, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Holiday 0

Christmas by number

Christmas by number

  Christmas… by the numbers Information from Statistics Canada Shopping in December $36.8 billion – The amount of money Canadian shoppers spent in December 2005, up 6.6% from December 2004. $845 – The average amount each Canadian consumer spent in December 2005. This was almost $250 more than was spent on average during any other [...]

November 1, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Holiday 0

Christmas ideas for every room of the house

Christmas ideas for every room of the house

Check out more ideas for decorating every room of the home the Winter 2013 issue of Sudbury Lving. The décor trends for the holiday season were decided at ChristmasWorld  in Frankfurt, Germany, every January. It takes a long time to get ready for the most wonderful time of the year, Buyers for department stores and [...]

October 24, 2013 Dana Young Holiday 0

Putting the squeeze on cranberries

Putting the squeeze on cranberries

The Bala Cranberry Fesitval takes place Oct. 18, 19 & 20 T 705.762.1564 | F 705.762.2172 [email protected] Cranberry Festival Hours of Operation Friday, Oct. 18, 9am – 5pm Saturday Oct. 19, 9am – 5pm Sunday Oct.20,  9am – 4pm     Until fairly recently, cranberries, one of the few fruits native to North America, made [...]

October 1, 2013 Vicki Gilhula Savour Sudbury 0

Applause for Andy Lowe

Applause for Andy Lowe

Andy Lowe plays every Wednesday at OTR on Notre Dame Ave. Andy Lowe has logged more hours at the microphone than anyone I know. His life story and talents are as varied as any of the 300 songs he can perform flawlessly from memory. A few summers ago,  Juno winner/music producer David Bradstreet and I [...]

March 1, 2013 Bob Bale Arts 0

Make a list, check it twice to avoid holiday overspending

Recent consumer studies indicate shoppers are planning to spend more this holiday season than the previous year. As a result, many could be “toying” with new or increased debt at a time when Canadian debt-to-income levels at their highest in history. Holiday expenses are more than just gifts, says BDO Sudbury’s George Medakovic. “It’s about [...]

December 3, 2012 Sudbury Living Magazine Holiday 0

101 Christmas ideas

101 Christmas ideas

Richard Rainville invites photographer Marg Seregelyi to his home dressed up for the holidays. For more holiday ideas, check out the SL Holiday section, under Lifestyles.   [...]

November 23, 2012 Sudbury Living Magazine Holiday 0

Welcome to Sweden

Welcome to Sweden

Welcome to Sweden. The country that offers so many opportunities, whatever kind of holiday you have in mind. Sweden is a safe country where everyone speaks English. From the far north to the deep south, Sweden has a wide variety of climates, activities and scenery that will stimulate your senses and satisfy your every need. [...]

September 1, 2012 Sudbury Living Magazine Travel 0

The girl with something special

The girl with something special

When noted environmentalist Jane Goodall spoke in Sudbury in 2009, Erica Hall was listening. She was inspired by Goodall’s passion to make a difference in the world. She is now volunteering with a Tanzania school program, the School of St. Jude, started by Australians. Goodall, an international expert on African primates, spoke as a guest [...]

March 1, 2012 Bill Bradley Lifestyle 0