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City council begins budget deliberations (4/02)

The City of Greater Sudbury council has adopted a short-term and long-term financial plan to deal with this year's budget. The long-term financial plan will be developed to address the city's fiscal needs for the next 10 years.

Apprenticeship programs receive funding (4/02)

Collège Boréal received about $400,00 for the college's apprenticeship programs through a $3.7-million funding program set up by the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.

Sudbury airport seeks public input (4/02)

Citizens are encouraged to take part in the developing stages of the Greater Sudbury Airport by becoming part of the air services advisory panel.

City holds young entrepreneur networking event (4/02)

By Diana Scheddin A roll of Lifesavers may be all that is needed to create an effective marketing campaign that elicits emotion and attracts new clients.

Online training market expands (4/02)

By Diana Scheddin Rather than sending employees into a classroom environment to learn new skills, an increasing number of industries are training staff through, a Web-based training company. "Minetraining.

Collège Boréal tops in performance (4/02)

Collège Boréal obtained a mark of 87.6 per cent for graduate satisfaction - the highest rate in the province proven in the recent Key Performance Indicators (KPI) surveys.

Spinoffs from medical school project evident in North (4/02)

By Ian Ross In searching for some early returns stemming from last year's news of the proposed northern medical school, one has to look no further than the number of physicians who have hung out their shingle in Sudbury.

College's eDome slated to open this fall

By Leslie Sanders The new Cambrian College eDome will provide Sudbury’s business community money-saving opportunities with its state of the art multimedia Web-based facilities, according to the college’s interim president, Ivan Filion.

Transfer of federal docks major step toward waterfront development (4/02)

In what is being heralded by area politicians as a major step in waterfront development in Little Current, the long-awaited transfer of some federal docks was expected to take place in mid-April.

Travelling mine exhibit on selling block (4/02)

The Great Canadian Mine Show, a travelling mining exhibit that attracted 40,000 visitors and covered 76,000 kilometres during a 2001 cross-Canada tour, is on the selling block.