Day: August 9, 2019

North Bay’s airport cafe one of Canada’s best

North Bay Nugget Northern Himalayan Cafe nominated for best airport restaurant Sujala Niroula, left and Laxmi Konwar, are owners of the Northern Himalayan Cafe at Jack Garland Airport. The cafe has been nominated for best airport restaurant. Elena De Luigi/The Nugget Northern Himalayan Cafe has been nominated for the Canadian Owners and Pilots Association (COPA) […]

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‘Not everyone in prison is a bad person’

North Bay Nugget AIDS committee marks Prisoners’ Justice Day Glenn Petersen, a peer support co-ordinator with the AIDS Committee of North Bay and Area, holds up a sweatshirt with a design created by a prisoner in Millhaven Institution. Petersen helped organize North Bay’s first Prisoners’ Justice Day. Jennifer Hamilton-McCharles, The Nugget Everyone in prison isn’t […]

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Volunteers tackle North Bay’s garbage, butts

North Bay Nugget ‘Doing positive things is a step toward being a productive member of society’ Volunteers from the AIDS Committee of North Bay and Area are finding plenty of garbage and cigarette butts to pick up around North Bay. Postmedia File Photo Once a week a group of volunteers heads out on North Bay’s […]

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Canadian Blood Services to phase out region’s mobile clinics

North Bay Nugget Canadian Blood Services plans to end the mobile clinics currently run by its Sudbury donor centre. But it remains unclear what impact this will have on the mobile clinic in North Bay, which operates bi-weekly at the Elks Lodge and is run by the whole-blood donor centre in Sudbury. Postmedia File Photo […]

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Ring rewarded users for reporting ‘suspicious activities’

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Ring Ring encouraged users to narc on their neighbors in exchange for swag bags and discounts, according to Motherboard. The publication found an internal company slide presentation that shows the instructions the controversial Amazon-owned home security service gave communities on how to form “Digital Neighborhood Watch” groups. Apparently, the company […]

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May: Council has conflicting visions for Sudbury’s future in oil

Sudbury Star MUNICH, GERMANY – MARCH 23: In this photo illustration a man refuels his car. (Photo Illustration by Miguel Villagran/Getty Images) They sit together, side by side, on the agenda for the Aug. 13 meeting of Greater Sudbury council. Two motions that represent a microcosm of the cultural divide that we find ourselves in […]

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Sudbury Accent: New alliance the ‘eyes and ears’ of the Great Lakes ecosystem

Sudbury Star Tourism is a growing industry on Manitoulin Island enhanced by the arrival of cruise ships such as the Pearl Mist seen here docked at Little Current. The 210 passengers are given a shore excursion by luxury buses to various cultural events. Photograph by Joe Shorthouse. jpg, SU Natural beauty, abundant resources, ease of […]

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Mother may sue over the way son treated at Sudbury Jail

Sudbury Star Robert Cole jpg, SU A mother upset the way her son is being treated at the Sudbury Jail says she is considering suing the province.Not only was Robert Cole cut off from receiving his Suboxone for several weeks, Liliane Parent alleges, but her son may also have had a possible stroke that has […]

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‘I’ve been abused myself in there. It’s inhumane’

Sudbury Star Ceremony on Friday remembers prisoners around the world and in Sudbury Jail Members of the N’Swakamok Native Friendship Centre men’s drumming group perform an honour song at a commemoration ceremony for Prisoners’ Justice Day in Sudbury, Ont. on Friday August 9, 2019. John Lappa/Sudbury Star Of his nearly 61 years, Ed Belec has […]

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Canadian Blood Services shifts gears in Sudbury

Sudbury Star Agency says changes will help meet an increasing need for blood products other than whole blood Canadian Blood Services on Barrydowne Road in Sudbury, Ont. on Thursday August 8, 2019. John Lappa/Sudbury Star Canadian Blood Services will be closing its donation and mobile clinics in Sudbury by the end of January 2020. It […]

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