LU School of Architecture: Year in Review

Laurentian Architecture Laurentienne welcomed their third class to the school of architecture despite the School of Architecture being completed on the corner of Elm and Elgin the students were able to study within the St. Andrew’s Place building on Larch St. with the limited space the University students were still able to create some amazing projects and proposals for our Greater Sudbury community. First-year students designed and built warming huts for Ramsey Lake, despite the cold weather and freezing of the lake the city was able to allow the wooden structures to take over the round about at the......

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GET A TASTE FOR LIFE TODAY!

Don’t have any dinner plans yet? Perfect! Réseau ACCESS Network wants to invite you out for A Taste for Life! At the networks annual fundraiser 25% of the sale of meals at participating restaurants go right back to Réseau ACCESS Network allowing them to continue providing vital services to the community. What services you ask? Réseau ACCESS Network provides direct client services (such as counselling, case management etc.), education and prevention services, and volunteer services for those living with HIV/AIDS, HEP C or at risk of contracting. Join Réseau ACCESS Network  for lunch or dinner today at any of......

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Northern Ontario PR Celebrates 1 Year

Publicity/media relations, social media management and event planning are a few of the services offered by Northern Ontario PR – a public relations company based in Sudbury servicing Northern Ontario. After 5 years experience in the media industry, Michelle TenHave decided it was time to be her own boss and start her PR company. Northern Ontario PR celebrated 1 year in business earlier this month and we had a chance to sit down with Michelle to learn more about Northern Ontario PR and what she’s been working on lately! What’s the story behind Northern Ontario PR? I have worked in the......

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Adulting 101: Host the perfect dinner party!

Hosting your first dinner party is a badge of honour needed in the pursuit of “adulthood.” But the question of “where do I even start?” could be too daunting of a thought and deter bright-eyed people like you and I from inviting some friends over and having a good time. I recently threw a dinner party, and using the same process my mom has been following for years I am glad to report it was a success! 1-2 weeks in advance Invite your guests! It won’t be much of a dinner party if no one shows up. Things to......

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Northern Lights Festival Boreal Announces Lineup for their 45th Season

Cover Photo: David Wiewel It’s that time of year again folks, when the snow starts to melt away, the birds start to sing and Northern Lights Festival Boreal announces the lineup that will kick off your summer! Now entering its 45th season this is sure to be a year jam-packed with surprises and thrills. NLFB is something of a Sudbury tradition, everyone gets a little excited when they see those iconic yellow and white tents from Paris St. It’s a weekend where everyone can enjoy the day at Bell Park exploring the widest array of musical styles around, unique vendors,......

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TESSA USA TOUR DIARY - DETROIT, AUSTIN, SXSW (Part 1)

Imagine a large black SUV pulling up to your door fully clad with a small crew of artists and business minds alike, ready to lug you and the VERY small amount of things you have on the musical journey of a lifetime. Those of you how know me, know that around 11:30 pm, I start to near the “past my bed-time” point (not the traditional rockstar, but what can I say? I guess all of those years of Alessandro Costantini ‘very calmly’ reminding me I should go home and rest my voice after a rehearsals for YES Theatre stuck in my head). On this......

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DISCOVER THE TRUE NORTH WITH STC IN THEIR 45TH ANNIVERSARY SEASON!

Last week STC announced a jam-packed line-up of shows for their 45th season. With such a milestone upon them, they plan to celebrate all year long with three times the programming and the most diverse lineup this city’s seen to date! Giving every artist in Northern Ontario a chance to tell their unique story new music, comedy, dance and variety series will be in place to expand to all different styles of performance. Exciting partnerships with Théâtre duNovel-Ontario, YES Theatre, and Science North keep the collaborative spirit of Sudbury alive! “To mark 45 years of professional theatre in the......

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Weekly Roundup: April 18-22

Monday, April 18 Northern Lights Festival Boréal 45: Lineup Launch – Northern Lights Festival Boréal 45 is taking place July 8th to 10th 2016, and the team is ready to announce the 2016 lineup of performers. You’re invited to join us for a reception at the Art Gallery of Sudbury for information about this year’s festival, including performers, partnerships, and more. As always, this year’s festival will feature a diverse lineup of performers ranging from Canadian legends to the undiscovered masters, from roots to experimental, from tradition to innovation. The NLFB team can hardly wait to let you know all......

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Who Will We See On National Canadian Film Day: Atom or Ryan?

Earlier this month, Sudbury Indie Cinema Co-op announced it’s hosting National Canadian Film Day on Wednesday, April 20th- a countrywide celebration of Canadian movies. Last year, with its crushing grassroots support, when Indie Cinema stepped into the local planning team, Sudbury’s CanFilmDay audience numbers shot us into the top 3% of all screenings across Canada. “We were quite shocked to learn months later from the head-honchos in Toronto that Sudbury had pulled one of the largest crowds in the country,” says Beth Mairs. Indie Cinema’s Project Manager. “ The folks at Reel Canada determined to help us this year......

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Canadian Cancer Society will Paint the Downtown Yellow!

Did you know that April is Daffodil Month? The Canadian Cancer Society hosts Daffodil Month, their largest campaign, to raise funds for vital cancer research and support services. Last year, in honour of Daffodil Month, the Canadian Cancer Society, Sudbury& District office created Paint the Downtown Yellow – which raised $1,486.87 –  and the Bankers Corner Challenge – which raised $6,403.57 overall. This year’s Bankers Corner Challenge takes place today from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. with TD, Scotia, BMO and RBX competing from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. and the Downtown Sudbury Businesses -Downtown Sudbury Group, Vianet, Fuel Multimedia and SRO......

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