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Beer Store top execs have Sudbury roots

Beer Store top execs have Sudbury roots

Ted Moroz and Don Chamberland really know their suds.   BY HUGH KRUZEL Yes, beer can be a career. Meet two homegrown boys at the top of their game. Ted Moroz is president of The Beer Store. His high school friend, Don Chamberland, is vice-president of logistics. Moroz actually plays twin roles. In 2009, he [...]

July 29, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Archives, Lifestyle, Sudbury's Stories 0

French Immersion summer camps

French Immersion summer camps

Carrefour francophone has further developed a summer camp program for children. Greater Sudbury’s French-language cultural centre has recruited many of the same experts who ensured last year’s much appreciated series, while introducing some new themes as well. Carrefour francophone offers two series of summer camps: a French Immersion series and a Francophone series. Most weekly [...]

June 25, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Lifestyle, Upfront 0

Carrefour francophone offers camps for kids

Carrefour francophone offers camps for kids

Carrefour francophone has further developed its remarkable summer camp program for children. Greater Sudbury’s French-language cultural centre has recruited many of the same experts who ensured last year’s much appreciated series, while introducing some new themes as well. Carrefour francophone offers two series of summer camps: a French Immersion series and a Francophone series. Most [...]

June 4, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Lifestyle 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

Marchbank to receive honorary degree

Marchbank to receive honorary degree

  A former mayor of Barrie, the long-time CEO of Science North, and a renowned advocate for minority language rights are among the people being awarded honourary doctorates from Laurentian University during its spring convocation ceremonies. Jim Marchbank, former Chief Executive Officer, Science North (1987-2011) will receive his honorary degree June 7 at the morning [...]

May 30, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Our Town 0

Thomas Merritt wins CBA award for Sports and Recreation

Thomas Merritt wins CBA award for Sports and Recreation

   Thomas Merritt (right) helps to kick off the Sudbury Dragon Boat Festival promotion. The festival will benefit the new multi-million dollar Northern Water Sport Centre,     Thomas Merritt’s university rowing coach taught him as much, if not more, about life as sport. “My coach, Mike Nicholls, instilled in everyone on the team that you [...]

April 10, 2013 Vicki Gilhula Upfront 0

Sudbury coming to a TV near you

Sudbury coming to a TV near you

  Twenty years ago who would have thought Sudbury would have a medical school and a thriving film industry? The made-in-Sudbury television drama, Hard Rock Medical, inspired by the Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM), will likely be broadcast this summer on TVO in Ontario and nationally on APTN. Sudbury will soon be famous in [...]

March 21, 2013 Vicki Gilhula Uncategorized 0

Best years ahead says professor who wrote book after he turned 50

Best years ahead says professor who wrote book after he turned 50

    Laurentian University professor and psychologist Paul Valliant has studied the aging process for more than 30 years, and he began to write his book, Life After 50, The Road to Longevity, as he approached middle age. Canadians can expect to be “old” as many years are they are “young,” so they need to [...]

March 13, 2013 Vicki Gilhula Health/Beauty/Active Lifestyles, Upfront 0

Francophone festival celebrates 40 years

Francophone festival celebrates 40 years

Something magical was happening in the 1970s in the local Francophone arts community. Some have gone as far as calling it an artistic revolution. Artists were banding together, creating art and making creativity a priority. Now, 40 years later, both the concert series La Nuit Sur L’Etang and publishing house Prise de Parole are celebrating [...]

February 20, 2013 Jenny Jelen Arts 0

Warm up with thoughts of Spring!

Warm up with thoughts of Spring!

Staff at Sudbury Living are keeping busy and trying to keep warm thinking about Spring. The Spring 2013 edition of Sudbury Living goes to press at the end of February, just days before I go to Cuba! The issue will feature a cover story on Sudbury athlete Amber Konikow. Amber is a Canadian champion boxer [...]

January 24, 2013 Vicki Gilhula Uncategorized 0