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Who’s Who: Frank Dennie, founding father of Capreol

Who’s Who:  Frank Dennie, founding father of Capreol

Several streets in Capreol are named after the Dennie family: Dennie, James, Lloyd, Clyde, Glenn, Randolph and Hanna. [...]

April 9, 2018 Sudbury Living Magazine Lifestyle, Neighbourhoods, Sudbury's Stories 0

Who’s Who: Victor Sawa

Who’s Who: Victor Sawa

Victor Sawa gave up his contracts with several symphonies in 2015. [...]

March 1, 2018 Vicki Gilhula Archives, Sudbury's Stories 0

Tailor made in Sudbury

Tailor made in Sudbury

  STORY AND PHOTOS BY JORGE CUETO Here in Sudbury there aren’t too many of us left in tailoring, just me and another guy in Sudbury. We are “The Last of the Mohicans.” Damiano Perri    A couple of summers ago my mother presented me with my father’s old leather jacket. I had never seen [...]

May 26, 2014 Sudbury Living Magazine Upfront 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

Elm St. landmark gets new life

Elm St. landmark gets new life

A century-old downtown building is being restored to reflect its historic original architecture. Three of the pioneering members of Sudbury’s business community, Dan Baikie, Dr. William Mulligan, and J.S. Gill, invested in the construction of a solid brick block at 73 Elm St. in 1903 that became known as the Mulligan, Gill, Baikie Block. This [...]

March 21, 2012 Sudbury Living Magazine Sudbury's Stories 0

Secrets of Sudbury #1

Secrets of Sudbury #1

Secrets of Sudbury #1Web exclusive: Secrets of Sudbury. A is for Architecture.Summer 2011  A few of the city’s heritage buildings have missed the wreaker’s ball. Here are some favourites: The former CPR telegraph and ticket office, Elgin St. at Elm St. W. This building was constructed in 1914 and served as one of the largest [...]

June 1, 2011 Sudbury Living Magazine Sudbury's Stories 0

He’s one of Canada’s Top 40 Under 40

He’s one of Canada’s Top 40 Under 40

http://www.northernlife.ca/new s/localNews/2011/04/dominic280411.aspx You’ve probably heard of Dominic Giroux. Last April, he became the ninth president of Laurentian University. At 34, Giroux is the youngest university president in Canada—the youngest ever, in fact. Giroux has always been something of a prodigy. His “bio” on the university website shows a remarkably swift ascent along his career path in [...]

March 1, 2011 Benita Hart Lifestyle 0

French personality makes city unique

French personality makes city unique

One of the things visitors and newcomers notice quickly is Sudbury has a French accent. Winter 2010It’s not just roads signs in official languages. The French-Canadian community’s roots in the city go back to its founding in 1883. According to the Community Trends Report, in 2009, 39 percent of Sudbury residents described themselves as completely [...]

November 1, 2010 Victoria Salvas Sudbury's Stories 0