Drone Malone’s newest video shows you what it means to be a Sudburian.
With footage from some familiar surroundings, the drone once again captures what the ‘True North’ is all about.
Cell phones have seamlessly slipped into our lives as our most important piece of technology. Most of us rely on our smart phones for much more than calling or texting.
Aside from devices like calculators and flashlights, we asked staff at NorthernLife.ca what they use their smart phones in place of – and just how much do they rely on their mobile devices for daily life.
Drone Malone gives us another interesting and unique perspective on this years Pond Hockey Festival on the Rocks.
The DJ Phantom 2 Vision quadcopter has flown its way around many Sudbury landmarks including over Bell Park, around the Super Stack, hovered over the Kingsway, and the Sudbury Community Arena to capture some stunning footage of Sudbury like you’ve never seen before.
Check out Drone Malone’s Facebook or YouTube page for more exclusive drone action.
Martin Glaude, more commonly known as ‘Quill18′ is known around the world for his “Let’s Plays.”
If you’re wondering, “What the heck’s a ‘Let’s Play’?” don’t worry. Watch the video and all will be revealed.
The Internet star has more than 200,000 subscriptions and more than 16 million page views, drawing viewers and fans in with his recorded video commentary of strategy and simulation games.
The increasing popularity of watching other people play a video game, and similar video commentaries, have led to changes in how some video games have been developed, along with a growing audience of e-sport spectators.
NorthernLife.ca sat down with Quill18 to shed some light on his videos, his fame and e-sports as an Internet phenomenon.
Liberal candidate Glenn Thibeault responded to media questions regarding the recently released Olivier tapes.
Thibeault held a brief press conference on Jan. 15, following his meeting with Transportation Minister Steve Del Duca. The meeting involved Del Duca and community members discussing transportation priorities, but it wasn’t long before the conversation shifted to the audio files released by independent candidate Andrew Olivier.
Darren Lamoureux was the proud recipient of a 2015 Toyota Corolla on Jan. 13. at Sudbury’s Laking Toyota.
The Ontario Toyota Dealers Association awarded the Sudbury family the car – along with $25,000 – through its Wishmaker campaign.
The family’s infant son, Taylum, had to be airlifted to Toronto shortly after he was born because his kidneys were on the verge of failing.
Since April 2013, Taylum and his mother, Désirée Lamoureux, have lived at Toronto’s Ronald McDonald House so he can be near the Hospital for Sick Children where he receives hemodialysis on a regular basis.
As we kick-start 2015, we can look back on a very successful 2014 and highlight a few of the people, moments and places around the world that helped make the year so great.
But, we already know what that will look like.
Instead, Northernlife.ca thought it would be more fun to take a look back at the 2014 memorable moments we have already forgotten about.
Where did Christmas originate? What is the real origin of Santa Claus, mistletoe, Christmas trees, holly wreaths, and the custom of exchanging gifts?
Christmas has evolved over two millennia into a worldwide religious and secular celebration, and here’s how the most popular holiday of the year came to be!
Handmade ornaments used to be a time-honoured tradition. If you’re feeling a bit crafty this Christmas, you don’t have to look beyond your own home to find great raw materials for a bit of holiday DIYing.
Hot cocoa ornaments are fun to put together, and even more fun to take apart.
Quick, inexpensive, and magical, these edible ornaments are sure to knock your wooly socks off!
The Valley East Renegades Peewee team were greeted with quite the surprise right before their regular hockey practise Wednesday.
As part of Scotiabank’s Stanley Cup Surprise and Delight campaign in support of kids community hockey in Canada, the young players were brought face to face with a very large, very shiny, and very recognizable cup.
Scotiabank supports over 5,000 minor hockey teams in communities across Canada and this initiative is part of a national program that gives Canadian kids the chance to touch a piece of hockey history.
No matter how many people or presents you’re trying to fit in your car this winter, you should never hit the road without an emergency kit.
The slippery roads, poor visibility and varied precipitation in winter can challenge even the most experienced drivers. The most important thing to do before you head out onto snowy roads is to plan and prepare for your drive. Formulating a winter car kit is an important step to getting your vehicle ready for winter.
To help you include the right gear in your kit, NorthernLife.ca produced this handy video to give you the tips you need to be safe on the road this winter.
NorthernLife.ca visited the New Sudbury Centre today to brave the crush of people, get the lowdown from shoppers on the deals and find out how retailers were coping with the crowds.
Sudbury’s Northern Lights Festival Boréal is giving people the chance to compete in the “World Series of Beer Pong” in Las Vegas.
Festival volunteers will host Sudbury’s Biggest Beer Pong Tournament on Nov. 28 at the Sudbury Events Centre, formerly known as the Mine Mill Hall. The winning duo will be flown to Las Vegas to compete in the international beer pong championships for $50,000.