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Researcher develops cancer diagostic tool

Researcher develops cancer diagostic tool

A Sudbury-based researcher is hoping his discovery of a new medical diagnostic tool will “revolutionize” cancer care. Dr.
Gravelle promises results from Growth Plan

Gravelle promises results from Growth Plan

Northern Development, Mines and Forestry Minister Michael Gravelle is promising big results coming out of two upcoming regional economic planning summits slated for June in Thunder Bay and Sudbury.
LU architecture school receives green light

LU architecture school receives green light

The province's Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities has given the Laurentian School of Architecture the “green light,” putting forth $21 million for its construction in the city's downtown and pledging to fund its ongoing operating costs.
Sudbury construction industry expects busy year

Sudbury construction industry expects busy year

The construction industry in Sudbury is expecting another active year, despite a weak first quarter in single detached starts.
Chamber Of Commerce Hosts Bell Business Excellence Awards Gala

Chamber Of Commerce Hosts Bell Business Excellence Awards Gala

The Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce honoured the accomplishments of some of the city's entrepreneurs and businesses at its annual Bell Business Excellence awards ceremony at the Caruso Club May 10. The awards are sponsored by Bell.
Cambrian Ford celebrates 100 years

Cambrian Ford celebrates 100 years

There aren't many businesses that have the opportunity to make it to their 100th year anniversary – but Sudbury's Cambrian Ford is one of them.
New digs, renewed passion for Sudbury retailer

New digs, renewed passion for Sudbury retailer

Brian Ramakko, owner of Ramakko’s Source for Adventure, leans forward in his chair and holds his hand up with his index finger and thumb about an inch apart. “I was that close to losing it all,” he said.
'Virtual' mine helps reduce headaches for industry

'Virtual' mine helps reduce headaches for industry

A small Sudbury firm is helping mining companies peer into the future to avoid costly mistakes. Labrecque Technologies creates computer models of mine operations before they are developed in order to analyze and solve any potential problems.
The market for luxury suites is alive and well in Sudbury

The market for luxury suites is alive and well in Sudbury

Sage Executive Suites are filling a niche market in Sudbury for upscale accommodations. Noella Cliche, owner and 30-year resident of Sudbury, opened the newly renovated luxury suites in March 2008.
Hotel mogul makes his mark in Sudbury

Hotel mogul makes his mark in Sudbury

Having the belief in a vision and the drive to execute it has resulted in another first for hotel mogul Steve Gupta.