Sudbury Living
Sudbury Living PDF Editions Sudbury Feature Publications Sudbury Living Weddings PDF Editions

Facebook

Astronomy night hike planned on Manitoulin Island

Astronomy night hike planned on Manitoulin Island

Gordon’s Park’s Night Owl Weekend, this Labour Day Long Weekend, on stunning Manitoulin Island. [...]

August 24, 2015 Sudbury Living Magazine Travel 0

Art Gallery offers programs for all ages

Art Gallery offers programs for all ages

BY NANCY GAREH-COULOMBE Creativity comes naturally at the Art Gallery of Sudbury. Anyone at any age can discover a passion for art. Children love exploring interesting spaces and instantly love the magical feel of the Gallery. Adults enjoy how the comfortable and supportive feel of the space makes it safe to try something new, to [...]

May 31, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Arts 0

1,400 attend Family Fun Day

1,400 attend Family Fun Day

  Sudbury Living Parents Family Fun Day April 14 was awesome.   Thanks to all the sponsors, exhibitors, workshop instructors, and families who attend the first Sudbury Living Family Fun Day this past Sunday at the Caruso Club and contributed to its success.   Throughout the course of the day there were more than 1,400 [...]

April 5, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Lifestyle 0

Something New From Sudbury Living

I am delighted to tell readers about our new magazine for parents, grandparents and anyone who loves children. The inaugural issue of Sudbury Living Parents, which features articles with a Sudbury point-of-view by some of the most talented writers in the city, has just done to press and will be out in about two weeks. [...]

June 15, 2012 Vicki Gilhula Vicki Gilhula 0

Teachers advised to be careful using social media

Teachers advised to be careful using social media

Teachers are encouraged to use social media for educational purposes but are advised to avoid accepting students as friends on Facebook or getting chummy in chat rooms. The Ontario College of Teachers made a presentation to educators in Sudbury that outlined its new advisory regarding the responsible, professional use of electronic media such as email [...]

September 1, 2011 Vicki Gilhula Students 0

LU student is Maclean’s cover girl

LU student is Maclean’s cover girl

Kelly Nootchtai is now known in her home community of Atikmakesheng Anishnawbek, an Aboriginal reserve located near Naughton, as the “Maclean’s cover girl.” The 20-year-old, third-year Laurentian University philosophy and native studies double major is featured on the cover of Maclean’s magazine’s 2011 university rankings edition, which was released last week. She is one of [...]

September 1, 2011 Sudbury Living Magazine Students 0

It’s a Miracle!!!!

Pearl St. Tower Vote Passes! John Grubber one of the people who are invovled in the Save the Sudbury Water Towers posted his message on his Facebook site. It is a miracle “Great news everyone, thanks to your support, and Joel’s great job setting up the art show, we managed to convince Council to vote [...]

April 22, 2010 Vicki Gilhula Vicki Gilhula 0

Dancing queen

Dancing queen

Ida Sauve hasn’t really thought much about it. But come May, it’s bound to sink in. That’s when a group of friends and former students will help her to celebrate 50 years as a dance teacher in Sudbury. Sauve fondly recalls how it all began. “When I was 12, I was taking classes – tap, [...]

September 1, 2007 David Ducharme Arts 0