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A short story for Christmas

A short story for Christmas

Mark played on the university basketball team. He was six foot five. Matt was five foot nine and three quarters. [...]

October 3, 2015 Vicki Gilhula Sudbury's Stories 0

Fat is good (really!)

Fat is good (really!)

Inuit people consume “copious amounts” of saturated fats and proteins and they are less likely to develop cardiovascular disease than the average North America. [...]

April 8, 2015 Sudbury Living Magazine Health/Beauty/Active Lifestyles 0

Maple syrup is an all-Canadian treat

Maple syrup is an all-Canadian treat

Maple syrup is one of the first signs of spring. Warm, sunny days (about 5 C) and frosty nights (-5 C) are ideal for sap flow. [...]

March 13, 2015 Sudbury Living Magazine Savour Sudbury 0

Teacher inspired many artists

Teacher inspired many artists

It is estimated Smith taught 20,000 students during his 30-year teaching career. [...]

January 9, 2015 Vicki Gilhula Sudbury's Stories, Upfront 0

Who’s Who: Iona Reed

Who’s Who: Iona Reed

Sudbury’s Iona Reed is one of the top accordion players in the world. This article by music promoter Bob Bale is from the Summer 2010 issue of Sudbury Living Summer 2010 Twice in my life, I have had the good fortune to be in the presence of royalty. On the first occasion, I had five [...]

June 1, 2013 Bob Bale Sudbury's Stories 0

Leila is already saving for her retirement

2013 04 14 What a fabulous day! Miss Leila turned 5 in January and what a wonderful experience the month of January became as she would wake and tell me how many more sleeps until her birthday +1 for her birthday party. I must admit I was definitely caught up in the excitement; who wouldn’t [...]

April 15, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Anna Barsanti 0

Tips to keep the holidays happy and healthy

Tips to keep the holidays happy and healthy

Ah, the holiday season. It’s a time for socializing with family and friends. So why not give your guests the gift of health with these easy-yet-effective tips for improving the air quality in your home offered by the Ontario Lung Association. Family and guests with breathing difficulties will thank you for it. Deck your halls [...]

November 1, 2010 Sudbury Living Magazine Holiday 0

An African diary

An African diary

Dec. 30, 2009 Airports look pretty much the same, and Amsterdam is no different. I found a comfortable spot and sleep off and on until 11 am when I board KLM to Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.The flight attendant announces it is an eight- hour flight to Arusha (Kili). I am convinced if I sleep on [...]

June 1, 2010 Louise Paquette Travel 0

Electropollution, fact or fiction?

Cellular telephones, wireless internet, satellite radio, television, and microwave transmissions, while invisible, are considered by some science researchers and medical experts to be electropollution. Questions have been raised about the health effects of being exposed to the radio frequency (RF) energy emitted by these modern-day conveniences. Scientists haven’t been able to assess the effects of long-term [...]

January 6, 2010 Judi Koski Health/Beauty/Active Lifestyles 0

Coffee the little bean that packs a punch

Coffee the little bean that packs a punch

Every morning, almost half of the free world participates in a daily ritual. We rise to a blaring alarm clock and feel an immediate need that must be served. In the back of our skulls is a small pulse that aches and an almost inexplicable irritability sets in. According to doctors at Johns Hopkin’s School [...]

November 1, 2008 Todd Robson Savour Sudbury 0