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Who’s Who: Jean-Marc Aubin

Who’s Who: Jean-Marc Aubin

In June 2015, Laurentian University presented Jean-Marc Aubin with an honorary doctrate. [...]

May 26, 2015 Sudbury Living Magazine Sudbury's Stories 0

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

Sudbury Radio History Highlights

Sudbury Radio History Highlights

  1935 W.E. Mason opened CKSO on 780 kHz with 1,000 watts power, August 23. Studios were in the Grand Theatre building. The “SO” in the calls: Sudbury, Ontario.   Engineer Fred Eaton assisted in the installation of CKSO’s transmitter.   1936 John Farrell was named manager of CKSO. Colman Wilson joined the announce staff. [...]

July 23, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Sudbury's Stories 0

Topper’s Pizza to be featured on Food Network Canada

Topper’s Pizza to be featured on Food Network Canada

The Toppazzinis have earned their place as ‘the first family of pizza’ with a growing pizza franchise and a province-wide chain of stores. [...]

May 29, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Savour Sudbury 0

Goodbye to some great ladies

Goodbye to some great ladies

There were not too many parties when I was growing up. It’s just the way it was in a large family with little resources and a working mother who held down two paying jobs in addition to her main “job” as mother to a brood of eight children. So I was flattered, humbled, shy and [...]

April 26, 2013 Patricia Mills Lifestyle, Patricia Mills 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

Boreal opens curtain on performance hall

Boreal opens curtain on performance hall

The stage lights came on just in time to shine on the Silver Birch String Quartet as they let their instruments sing It was the first time the curtain of the Collège Boréal concert hall had ever opened before an audience. Most of the 350 seats in the new classroom and performance area were full [...]

September 1, 2012 Jenny Jelen Arts 0

Happy Labour Day!

I have had several phone calls asking about Labour Day events. Here is the news release about Labour Day celebrations at Bell Park Monday.   Sudbury’s inaugural Labour Day Family Fun Fest is a great way to enjoy the last day of Summer and help our community. While enjoying an exciting day out at Bell [...]

August 29, 2012 Vicki Gilhula Uncategorized 0

Best movies about journalism

To celebrate Cinefest, Sudbury’s film festival, I am reprinting a list of movies about journalists and the media that are worth a look, vg J-Source editor-in-chief Janice Neil shares her top 10 picks. All the President’s Men (1976, dir. Alan J. Pakula) Handsome Robert Redford and charming Dustin Hoffman tell the true story of how [...]

September 22, 2011 Vicki Gilhula Uncategorized 0

Those Bostonites are full of beans

Those Bostonites are full of beans

Who says Americans know nothing about Canada? On a recent trip to Boston, the locals wanted to know if I lived anywhere near Parry Sound. Parry Sound? Everyone has heard of Bobby Orr’s hometown. Orr played on the Bruins from 1966 to 1976 and led the team to the Stanley Cup in 1970 by scoring [...]

July 13, 2011 Vicki Gilhula Uncategorized 0