Day: May 3, 2019

Nestor a smash at tennis tourney

Sudbury Star Canadian tennis legend Daniel Nestor was a special guest at the Northern Ontario Tennis Classic held at the Sudbury Indoor Tennis Centre from April 26 to 28. Photo supplied The Northern Ontario Tennis Classic unfolded just as organizers imagined it would. For its second edition, the tournament added several more participants, as well […]

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Nestor a big hit at tennis tourney

Sudbury Star The Northern Ontario Tennis Classic unfolded just as organizers imagined it would. For its second edition, the tournament added several more participants, as well as one high profile special guest: Canadian tennis legend Daniel Nestor. Nestor, the recently-retired professional doubles player with seven Grand Slam titles and an Olympic gold medal to his […]

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Getting ready for opening day

Sudbury Star John Vance, Outdoor Trails As I write this column midweek we are having nasty weather, but by the time you are reading this I should be happily fishing for walleye out on the big water of Fisheries Management Zone 14, where the season started on May 1. I will be releasing any females […]

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Valentine’s Day smash-up

Sudbury Star Sudbury Courthouse For crashing into another vehicle on Highway 69 on Valentine’s Day and then driving away, a Noelville man has been fined $2,000. “You should not have been operating a motor vehicle on that day,” Ontario Court Justice Randall Lalande told Edward Crane, 60, just before issuing a $2,000 fine and a […]

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Casino decision biased: Critic

Sudbury Star Group contends city bypassed legal requirement for full public input Local businessman Tom Fortin takes part in a press conference on the release of a report on the economic impact of the Kingsway Entertainment District on March 13, 2018. John Lappa/Sudbury Star In his appeal to a proposed Gateway casino at the Kingsway […]

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Students rally to save climate

Sudbury Star Hundreds of students attend Friday climate rally Hundreds of students took part in the Fridays for Future climate rally at Laurentian University on Friday. John Lappa/Sudbury Star Seventeen-year-old Shelby Boudrias believes immediate action is needed on climate change in order to save the planet. “I’m here because I care about the environment,” explained […]

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Ongoing vigilance needed: Water rep

Sudbury Star The Sudbury Source Protection Plan has released its second annual progress report. The Sudbury Source Protection Plan is an important part of the Drinking Water Source Protection program that was created as a result of the Walkerton inquiry. The inquiry was in response to the tragedy that took place in Walkerton in 2000 […]

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Seeking skilled workers

Sudbury Star Not enough people entering trades to make up for retirements, satisfy market A new labour market plan highlights the need for more skilled trades workers. John Lappa/Sudbury Star Sudbury is not prepared for potential skilled labour shortages. Neither is Canada as a whole, really. “I don’t think it’s only a Sudbury issue,” said […]

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Reports: Cavs to interview Spurs assistant Udoka

NBA.com: News Go to Source Spurs assistant coach Ime Udoka is reportedly interviewing for the top job with Cleveland. CLEVELAND — The Cavaliers have scheduled another interview in their slow, steady search for a coach. Cleveland will meet with former NBA player and current San Antonio assistant coach Ime Udoka about its opening, a person […]

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Le Manitoba maintient sa contestation de la taxe carbone

Radio-Canada | En ligne Un guide pour expliquer Holocauste et génocides aux élèves canadiens Des étudiants interrompent Trudeau et l’interpellent au sujet du climat Des bancs antipollution Quel effet la décision sur la taxe carbone en Saskatchewan aura-t-elle sur les autres provinces?

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