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Sudbury Stories tells city’s history

Sudbury Stories tells city’s history

Articles that appeared in The Story of Our Times, published in 2008 are now available online under the Sudbury Stories tab on the Sudbury Living website.   Who’s Who: Frank Cochrane, forgotten founding father Sudbury should have a monument to or a building named after Frank Cochrane. Most people might assume Sudbury’s Cochrane St. is [...]

January 1, 2018 Vicki Gilhula Lifestyle, Sudbury's Stories 0

Putting the squeeze on cranberries

Putting the squeeze on cranberries

The Bala Cranberry Fesitval takes place Oct. 18, 19 & 20 T 705.762.1564 | F 705.762.2172 [email protected] Cranberry Festival Hours of Operation Friday, Oct. 18, 9am – 5pm Saturday Oct. 19, 9am – 5pm Sunday Oct.20,  9am – 4pm     Until fairly recently, cranberries, one of the few fruits native to North America, made [...]

October 1, 2013 Vicki Gilhula Savour Sudbury 0

McCormick on a mission

McCormick on a mission

BY KAYLA PERRY Dr. Kevin McCormick, president of Huntington University and  Honorary Lieutenant Colonel of the Irish Regiment of Canada (above), is dedicated to ensuring  the sacrifices made by the men and women of the Canadian Armed Forces is not only preserved, but also honoured by this and future generations of Canadians. On April 16, [...]

April 19, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine 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

Applause for Andy Lowe

Applause for Andy Lowe

Andy Lowe plays every Wednesday at OTR on Notre Dame Ave. Andy Lowe has logged more hours at the microphone than anyone I know. His life story and talents are as varied as any of the 300 songs he can perform flawlessly from memory. A few summers ago,  Juno winner/music producer David Bradstreet and I [...]

March 1, 2013 Bob Bale Arts 0

Sudbury archives building opens

Sudbury archives building opens

Dieter Buse of the Sudbury District Archives Interest Group (SDAIG) spoke at the opening of the Greater Sudbury Archives building in Falconbridge in May. The following are his words. In my view cities without archives are like persons who have Alzheimer’s. They are in danger of losing their memory and their identity. I must state [...]

June 1, 2012 Sudbury Living Magazine Sudbury's Stories 0

Spirit of ’83

Spirit of ’83

Sudbury doesn’t have a lot of public art but it has at least one piece that is worth bragging about. The Spirit of ’83, located at the corner of Paris and Brady streets, is the work of Canadian contemporary sculptor Colette Whiten. The English-born artist won the international competition for public art to celebrate the [...]

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

Porter’s roots

Porter’s roots

Update June 4, 2012 This Wednesday, Laurentian University will present Robert Deluce with an honorary degree. (This article is from the Fall 2010 issue of Sudbury Living) With the launch of daily flights to Toronto from Sudbury in March 2010 and from Thunder Bay last year, Porter Airlines is “home.” Both cities have always factored [...]

September 1, 2010 Teresa Pagnutti Travel 0

Sudbury for the curious

Sudbury for the curious

Mariana Lafrance finds beauty in the city’s lane ways and alleys, hydro poles against black rock, and reflections on buildings. Her photographs capture the texture of the city, warts and all. Forty-eight of her photographs are featured in the new bilingual book, Site Unseen, Sudbury for the Curious and Adventuresome, (La Ville Invisible, Regards perdus [...]

June 1, 2009 Mariana Lafrance Arts 0

Man about towne

Man about towne

At the age of 13, Paul Loewenberg experienced a youthful epiphany listening to community radio in Sarnia that would spur his desire to explore, play and promote a diversity of musical styles. “I found WSGR 91.7FM from the campus of St. Clair Community College, Port Huron, Mich. The first song I remember hearing was Kill [...]

June 1, 2009 Lynne Reynolds Arts 0