Sudburian Mimi O’Bonsawin is set to launch her first CD at a Nov. 29 event.“Mimi’s positive, affirming songs are richly textured with her love of the great northern landscapes she grew up with, and pulsing with her Aboriginal Abenaki roots, as well as the music and proud traditions of her French Canadian heritage,” a press release said.During the launch party for her ...

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Nov 23, 2014

Thousands turn out for glimpse of Santa (23 photos)

 Santa Claus greets those gathered at this year's Greater Sudbury Santa Claus Parade Nov. 22. Photo by Arron Pickard.

Four-year-old Mason Dilella was waiting for just one man during this year's Greater Sudbury Santa Cl...

Nov 23, 2014

Debut album pulses with singer's roots

A CD launch for Sudburian Mimi O’Bonsawin's debut album takes place Nov. 29 starting at 7:30 p.m. at Collège Boréal. Supplied photo.

Sudburian Mimi O’Bonsawin is set to launch her first CD at a Nov. 29 event.“Mimi’s positive, affirmi...

Nov 23, 2014

Capreol church needs local talent for showcase

 Trinity United Church in Capreol is looking for people with a talent to participate in its Community Christmas Showcase Dec. 14. Supplied photo.

Do you have talent? Are you willing to share it on stage? If so, you're invited to participate in th...

Nov 23, 2014

Toys R Us collects toys for kids in need

Donate to a child in need through the Tree of Dreams Toy Drive at Toys R Us in Sudbury. Seen here are Toys R Us Sudbury store director Meghan Moncur and store manager Cory Frith, along with Lynne Ethier, Our Children, Our Future project co-ordinator. Supplied photo.

The social service agency Our Children, Our Future and Toys R Us have once again teamed up for the T...

Nov 23, 2014

Light up Christmas at Anderson Farm Museum

Head to the Anderson Farm Museum Dec. 13 for the annual Christmas Tree Lighting Celebration. Supplied photo.

The Anderson Farm Museum Heritage Society's annual Christmas Tree Lighting Celebration takes place s...

Nov 22, 2014

SSO offers gift of music at Nov. 29 performances

Sudbury Symphony Orchestra music director Victor Sawa leads the symphony in two Christmas concerts Nov. 29. Supplied photo.

The Sudbury Symphony Orchestra offers the gift of music Nov. 29 with two concerts sure to delight au...

Nov 22, 2014

Shriners' Christmas cakes are back

The Shriners' famous fruit cakes are available for purchase until Christmas at several local locations. Supplied photo.

The Sudbury Shrine Club is back with its famous fruit cake — as well as Scottish shortcake and truff...

Nov 22, 2014

Film explores life in remote First Nations community

The film “Third World Canada” will be screened starting at 6 p.m. Nov. 28 at École secondaire Macdonald-Cartier. Supplied photo.

Award-winning Franco-Ontarian filmmaker Andrée Cazabon's film “Third World Canada” will be screened ...

Nov 22, 2014

Soak in Christmas spirit with Sudbury Chamber Singers

The Sudbury Chamber Singers want to help you get into the Christmas spirit.The group's 2014 Christmas concert, which takes place Dec. 14, features “a great mix of carols, classical, jazz, po...

Nov 21, 2014

Electronic pow-wow extravaganza

Native pop music star Inez Jasper takes the stage at the Atikameksheng Anishnawbek Community Centre Nov. 28. Supplied photo.

Native pop music stars Inez Jasper and DJ Classic Roots will be performing in Sudbury Nov. 28 as par...

Nov 21, 2014

VIDEO: The art of brewing craft beer

In Ontario, there are more than 40 licensed craft brewers producing premium, high-quality beer, each with their own unique brewing style.

The domestic market for craft beer is becoming increasingly popular. In Ontario, there are more than... Video:

Nov 20, 2014

Atwood on Toronto politics, Conrad Black and Jian Ghomeshi

 Canadian author Margaret Atwood chats with Laurentian University chancellor Steve Paikin who also happens to be the host of TVO's “The Agenda,” at the university Nov. 19. She was there for an event in honour of her 75th birthday. Photo by Heidi Ulrichsen.

Did you know that Margaret Atwood — an ardent environmentalist, if there ever was one — is actually ...

Nov 20, 2014

Laugh with Sudbury Night Live

Bill Sanders and Amber Hicks are two of the stars of Sudbury Night Live, dinner and comedy skit shows set to take place at the Cambrian College Student Centre Dec. 5 and 6. Supplied photo.

Are you a fan of the comedy skit television show “Saturday Night Live?” How about the CBC shows “Thi...

Nov 20, 2014

Hitting the big time at age 11

Walter Learning, as Kris Kringle, rehearses a scene with Sudbury’s Samuel Leach Jarrett, who plays Mortimer and Tommy, and Sophie Mais, who plays Susan Walker in Sudbury Theatre Centre’s “Miracle on 34th Street.” Photo by Arron Pickard.

Literally hundreds if not thousands of 10 and 11-year-olds in Canada are in drama classes and plays....

Nov 19, 2014

Drumhand brings 'catchy' music to Townehouse

Check out Drumhand at The Townehouse Nov. 28. Supplied photo.

Known for its “intricate rhythm arrangements, catchy woodwind and brass playing,” the Toronto-based ...

Nov 19, 2014

Sudbury sculpturist's latest project honours WWI soldier

A portrait of Francis Pegahmagabow. Supplied photo.

Sudbury sculpture artist Tyler Fauvelle has been commissioned to create a life-sized bronze statue o...

Nov 18, 2014

TNO presents acclaimed one-woman show

TNO presents “Je n’y suis plus” Nov. 27-20. Supplied photo.

“Je n’y suis plus,” is a one-woman show that's “your opportunity to discover a rising star of Franco...

Nov 18, 2014

Exhibit uncovers art in the ordinary

Check out Leesa Bringas' exhibition, “Missed Fortune,” at North Forte Gallery until Nov. 28. Supplied photo.

Local artist Leesa Bringas has an exhibition of her work on display at North Forte Gallery until Nov...

Nov 18, 2014

Canucky Bluegrass Boys put out 2nd CD

Check out the Canucky Bluegrass boys at the Howard Johnson Nov. 28 at their CD release party. Supplied photo.

The Canucky Bluegrass Boys will release their second CD at a Nov. 28 event.The local blues band has ...

Nov 18, 2014

John Fogerty puts a spell on Sudbury (8 photos)

John Fogerty provided hours of entertainment Nov. 17 in Sudbury. Photo by Marg Seregelyi.

John Fogerty provided hours of entertainment Nov. 17 in Sudbury.It was one of many stops on his 1969...

Nov 17, 2014

Miracle at Sudbury Theatre Centre

From LEFT: Walter Learning as Santa Claus and Sophie Mais as Susan Walker. Supplied.

Sudbury Theatre Centre artistic director Caleb Marshall makes his directorial debut in Sudbury with ...

Nov 15, 2014

La Slague promises awesome night of jazz Nov. 15

Quebec's Benoît Paradis Trio, with support from Sudbury's own Hugh Jazz, hits the stage at Collège Boréal’s concert hall Nov. 15 at 8 p.m. File photo.

Concert promoter La Slague is looking forward to offering Sudbury an evening of jazz like none other...

Nov 13, 2014

AGS unveils 'Hidden Treasures' on Nov. 14

An opening reception for the Art Gallery of Sudbury's latest Hidden Treasures exhibition is slated for Nov. 14 at 5 p.m.The exhibit features 200 works for the gallery's permanent collection....

Nov 13, 2014

Anyone for beer pong?

Sharpen your aim and get ready for Greater Sudbury's first ever beer pong tournament, a fundraiser for Northern Lights Festival Boreal. Photo: Icedrum Media

Sharpen your aim, stretch your arm and crack a cold one. Northern Lights Festival Boreal has come up...

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