Sudbury Wolves Recap: Wolves turn in winning week!

The Sudbury Wolves have had an incredible week of hockey. In a rare spot in the season, three home games took place in the Sudbury Community Arena starting on the 11th, wrapping up on the 15th.  The Wolves faced off with three very tough teams to start 2017 at home, starting with the Soo Greyhounds, followed by the North Bay Battalion and closing with a matchup with the Mississauga Steelheads. Following these three games, they sit at sixth in the Eastern Conference and 14th overall, with a record of 19-19 and 43 points keeping the dream of a post-season......

Continue Reading


THE MCEWAN SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE OPENS ITS DOORS FOR NUIT BLANCHE

Over the past few years Sudbury has seen a revitalization in the downtown core. New businesses have set up shop, older businesses have seen more excitement and popularity. A key role in this new age of Downtown Sudbury is the newly completed McEwen School of Architecture – the big glass housing structure attached to the old marketplace has become a symbol of change and prosperity in Sudbury. Earlier in June of 2016, Rob and Cheryl McEwen invested $10 Million in Laurentian University’s School of Architecture. At that point, the structure was starting its final stages of construction. It’s exciting......

Continue Reading


5 Tips for the Nervous Presenter

In my first year of university I had to do a handful of presentations and I completely loathed it. For a while it even made me want to change programs. I got so brain-numbingly nervous during the week prior to a presentation, which resulted in absolute insanity on the day I actually presented and a whole lot of self hatred post-presentation. I remember doing my first solo presentation, I was so nervous about it that I tried to forget that it was actually happening and didn’t do the work until my friend forced me to do the research and......

Continue Reading


Weekly Roundup: January 16-22

Monday, January 16 It’s Chili Outside – Join us Downtown Sudbury at Memorial park for a dinner that pushes for change! It’s Chili Outside! Dinner will include chili and hot beverages. Don’t miss our guest speaker Joe Roberts! This event is free of charge. Joe Roberts, a former homeless youth who lived on the streets of east Vancouver made a promise that if he ever escaped his fate, he would do something to pay it forward. The Push for Change is his promise realized. Beginning May 1, 2016 Joe began pushing a shopping cart, (a symbol of chronic homelessness) across......

Continue Reading


Banana Nut Breakfast Cake
Recipes |
January 14, 2017

Banana Nut Breakfast Cake

Looking for some hearty fall bakes? Try this healthy homemade banana nut breakfast cake! Shhhhhh… Don’t tell anyone that it’s gluten free! Ingredients: 2 cups old fashioned rolled oats 1/3 cup brown sugar 1 tsp baking powder 1 tbsp orange zest 1 tsp cinnamon 1/2 tsp salt 1-2 cups assorted nuts, coarsely chopped 1/3 cup chocolate chips 1 cup banana slices 1 cup strawberry slices 2 cups almond milk 1 egg 1/2 cup apple sauce 2 tsp pure vanilla Directions: Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Mix almond milk, egg, apple sauce and vanilla in baking dish. In separate bowl,......

Continue Reading


Eat Local: Our contributors favourite local restaurants

Delicious homemade pastas, mouthwatering panini’s and vegan food that even a non-vegan can enjoy – We’ve rounded up our contributors favourite local restaurants! Not sure what to order? Don’t worry – we’ve also included some suggested menu items (and they are all delicious). We want to encourage everyone to eat local this year and support all of our amazing local spots. Sudbury is growing and we’re really excited to see what other local spots open up in 2017. What’s your favourite local spot for a delicious meal? Bella Vita You can never go wrong with their Penne Alla Vodka,......

Continue Reading


DIY Dental Hygiene Products

Do it yourself (DIY) is all the rage these days, it is pretty much why Pinterest was invented.  From home decor to lip scrubs, you can pretty much find out how to make anything these days but have you ever considered tooth paste or mouth wash?  Years ago I started switching all my products to more natural solutions, and recently I try to make as many of my products as I can. Making your own products can be great because you know exactly what goes in them and there are no surprises. Another amazing benefit is that they are actually healthier......

Continue Reading


Top 5: Dine for under $25!
Top 5 |
January 11, 2017

Top 5: Dine for under $25!

The holidays are over, the new year is here, and we are all officially broke. Well maybe not completely broke, but let’s face it, we’re close. The idea of going out for a few casual dinners or lunches with friends may seem a little far-fetched right now, the phrase “I can’t afford it!” being all that you can think of. Cheer up! Your lovely city has your back! While the weather may be getting you down, there’s one thing you can always count on-good food at good prices! That’s why we’ve put together a few of our favourite restaurants......

Continue Reading


Mortgage 101: Rate isn’t everything!

The interest rate you receive on your mortgage is very important, but it sure isn’t everything. Here’s everything else you should be considering when choosing the right mortgage for you! Prepayment options It’s everyone’s dream to pay off their home. Ensure the mortgage you are getting provides you with best options available. Non-Bank Mortgage companies often have better prepayment privileges than the big banks. Early payout penalties The big banks use a complicated and convoluted formula to calculate your early payout penalty. A mortgage broker can find you an alternative lender with a much more transparent, and typically much......

Continue Reading


How to stay mentally well and motivated in “the New Year slump”

The holidays are done, your time off is up, and it’s back to the grind. For some this is an exciting time; they’ve made their new year’s resolutions, their day planner is filled to the nines, and they’re ready to take on 2017. Well, good for them but let’s be real, that’s not how we all feel. When the lovely veil of holiday magic has been lifted and the nasty realm of reality comes into plain view many of us suffer from the New Year slump-basically this means that we feel a little unready, nervous or anxious, and all......

Continue Reading


Page 21 of 57« First...10...1920212223...304050...Last »