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Sending a message
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November 17, 2017

Sending a message

If the message that they were trying to send is they can be an offensive threat…the Barrie Colts were the recipient of a pretty strong message. The Sudbury Wolves ran over the Colts in an 8-2 victory last night. It was all lines firing last night as goals came from Sokolov (2), Murray (2) and Drake Pilon, Tabak, Lajeunesse, and Carson each lighting the lamp once. It was exactly the message they needed to send, with injuries plaguing the Sudbury Wolves, a big win heading into a Northern Rivalry weekend at home, should help carry some momentum into the......

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TOUGH LOSSES, TOUGHER DRESSING ROOM LOSS

Writing a weekend roundup when the hometown squad managed only one point in a three game weekend, requires a minimum 3 cups of coffee before sitting down, more to calm myself down than anything. We knew coming into this season, things were not going to instantly click. There were so many moving parts that changed in the off season, so to expect immediate drastic changes was unrealistic. However, 22 games into this season, I’m not seeing the things that were talked about pre, this season commencing, and it’s starting to show in the faces of these young players. No......

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Bitten by the Injury Bug: Wolves Weekend Preview

It has been an injury plagued season to date for the Sudbury Wolves, but this weekend they should get an offensive boost, with the return of Macauley Carson. Carson went down hard into the end boards during his first game of the regular season, which resulted in a broken wrist. He has had to sit in the stands and watch his club for 18 games, and he’s had just about enough of that. Carson is also slated to play in Monday’s OHL vs Russia game taking place at the Sudbury Arena. Although he would have liked to have a......

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Top 5 Halloween Events in Sudbury

Leisure Farms Pumpkin Patch Cost: Varies We love a good pumpkin patch and if you haven’t picked up your pumpkins yet, we suggest heading out to Leisure Farms. While you’re there you can check out their wagon rides, corn maze, haunted barn and the pumpkin cannon. We had too much fun at the pumpkin patch A post shared by Noémie Lavigne (@nolavigne) on Oct 7, 2017 at 10:08am PDT   The Terror Train October 1-30 (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) Tickets: $12 Definitely the most terrifying Halloween event in Sudbury, the Terror Train has never disappointed. Each year volunteers at......

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Travel Tips: 24 Hours in Nice

The French Riviera, more specifically Nice, has made my favorite places in the world list. Unfortunately, my travel buddy and I only had 1 day to spend there (rookie mistake). Here’s what made our séjour so memorable: One hour boat cruise of Villefranche sur mer A yacht tour in Nice is an absolute must. The area boasts an incredible coastline that will wow any tourist. Villefranche Bay, once an active fishing village, still retains its pastel-colored villas nestled in a beautiful mountain range. The Bay contains historic buildings such as the Saint-Elme Citadel, built in the 16th century to protect......

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BUTTERCUP SQUASH SOUP
Recipes |
October 12, 2017

BUTTERCUP SQUASH SOUP

Mmmm, one of the best parts about fall is that it also happens to be squash season! Of course we all associate this time of year with the classic pumpkin spice craze but let’s not forget about some of our other favourites from the squash family. Butternut, spaghetti, zucchini, acorn – they’re all a tasty treat to add to your plate! Nothing warms you up better on a chilly fall day quite like a hearty bowl of soup and being the season this buttercup squash will do just the trick. You will need: 1 medium size buttercup squash 1L......

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Classic Films For The Halloween Season

There’s something about October that just makes you want to curl up and enjoy some fiction. For a lot of people that means curling up with a long novel they’ve been meaning to get to, or even one they re-read every year. But for we film lovers, it means digging up a few scare flicks. As for yours truly, I like to opt for older gothic and horror films, because they’re the ones I watched growing up this time of year and there’s a sense of nostalgia. Sure, some of them are campy (if not straight up ridiculous), but......

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BOOK TALK WITH GSPL: DEB MCINTOSH

Deb McIntosh was the Executive Director for local trails group Rainbow Routes Association for 11 years before recently becoming City Councillor for Ward 9 of the City of Greater Sudbury. Deb always has some kind of reading material with her in case an opportunity comes up to read while waiting somewhere, but nowadays it is more often something work-related than reading for pleasure. She has been inspired by books many times in her life and usually by a book suggested by someone else. Here are five books, and the story of who suggested them to her, that helped shape......

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FROM SOUTH AFRICA TO CANADA- BRINGING CHILD WELLNESS AND MINDFULNESS TO SUDBURY

Starting in Cape Town, South Africa, Tarryn Cothill launched Little Souls in 2015- which offers training for parents on baby massage, as well as yoga for children. Now located in Sudbury, Tarryn wants to care for her new community. Tell us a little about yourself and Little Souls. My family and I moved from Cape Town to Sudbury this past January. I have a diploma in kinesiology, am registered Yoga4Kids teacher and registered infant massage trainer. I was in South Africa when I had a dream with little hands and feet waving in the air. I knew it was......

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What Colour is My Room – Make Your Brand Memorable 

I’m sitting in a coffee shop and my friend looks over at me and says, “Have you ever heard that quote from Warren Buffett; “I couldn’t tell you what colour my room is because I have numbers running through my head all day”? That quote might not be exact but I hope if it isn’t you will correct me. It was a very cool thing for me to hear at that moment because I have spent years trying to figure out why “we” remember certain things and forget other things. I was a horrendous student. Especially when it came to testing that required......

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