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Slip, slop and slap

Slip, slop and slap

Health Canada warns sunburn has been linked to the risk of non-melanoma skin cancers and malignant melanoma. [...]

June 1, 2018 Sudbury Living Magazine Health/Beauty/Active Lifestyles 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

To tip or not to tip?

To tip or not to tip?

(CNW) From calculating a tip in Mexico to chewing gum in Singapore, many Canadians admit they are baffled and sometimes mistaken when it comes to tipping etiquette and understanding customs when vacationing overseas, according to the TD First Class Travel International Etiquette Poll. The poll found three quarters of Canadians (76 percent) are planning on [...]

February 15, 2015 Sudbury Living Magazine Travel 0

Labour of love: a musical composition

Labour of love: a musical composition

Robert Lemay, Sudbury composer   Update: Jan. 17, 2014   Contemporary and experimental music ensemble from New Brunswick in Sudbury for a performance. The Motion Trio will present the next concert in the 5-Penny New Music Concerts. The concert is on Saturday, Jan. 25, at St. Peter’s United Church at 8 pm. General admission is [...]

January 17, 2014 Sudbury Living Magazine Arts 0

You say Tomayto….

You say Tomayto….

(NC)-TomAYto versus tomAHto, fruit versus vegetable. These are the debates that plague the tomato.  Did you know that no matter how it’s pronounced, the word ‘tomato’ is derived from the Aztec word, ‘tomatl,’ meaning ‘plump fruit’ or ‘something round and plump’?  While disagreements over pronunciation may never be resolved, it has been proven that the [...]

August 21, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Savour Sudbury 0

Sailing the Canal du Midi

Sailing the Canal du Midi

The writer, his wife and a friend cruised the Canal du Midi this spring. This trip was to revolve around the canals of Europe. My wife, Linda, and I arrived in Amsterdam where we met our Australian friend, Nigel, and spent a few days cruising the famous canals before taking high speed trains down to [...]

February 20, 2013 Colin Hayward Travel 1

Europe ‘must-see’ for Canadians

Europe ‘must-see’ for Canadians

Europe ‘must-see’ for CanadiansCanadians set sights on travel to Europe.Spring 2010(CNW) From the rolling hills of Tuscany to the sun-kissed Mediterranean and the rugged cliffs of the United Kingdom, Canadians have overwhelmingly (44 percent) chosen Europe as top of their travel list of all the places in the world to visit, reveals a Harris Decima [...]

March 1, 2010 Sudbury Living Magazine Travel 0

Berlin, city of change

Berlin, city of change

In Berlin this spring, Russian, Polish and English were heard almost as often as German, especially in areas such as the Brandenburg Gate. My wife and I found the German capital to be a very relaxed city. On the large square leading to the monument-bedecked Unter den Linden in the historic centre were buskers of [...]

November 1, 2009 Dieter Buse Travel 0

Stop whining and drink up!

Stop whining  and drink up!

Boys may sell their toys, and girls might consider waiting for a sale to buy those great shoes, but some of life’s pleasures are recession-proof. One of them is wine. (Another is chocolate.) Savvy sippers will search a little harder for a $10 chardonnay from Chile or hunt for an affordable Hungarian red, but they [...]

March 1, 2009 Vicki Gilhula Savour Sudbury 0

Sipping news

Sipping news

Is there such a thing as the perfect glass of wine? If you ask the experts in the food and wine industry, they’ll say the answer all depends on what you’re eating. The old adage red wine with red meat, white wine with white meat and fish is partially true, but don’t rule out a [...]

November 1, 2007 Wendy Bird Archives 0