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    • Sudbury MP Glenn Thibeault reacts to Parliament Hill shooting

      Sudbury MP Glenn Thibeault reacts to Parliament Hill shooting

      In a telephone conversation on Oct. 22, Sudbury MP Glenn Thibeault spoke with Northernlife.ca while under lockdown in their caucus room inside Centre Block.

      Thibeault was one of hundreds placed in lockdown with other politicians and Parliament Hill staff in Ottawa after a gunman shot a soldier at the Canadian War Memorial.

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    • Gluten: glazed and confused

      Gluten: glazed and confused

      More people than ever before are buying, cooking and eating gluten free foods.

      The “gluten-free diet” seems to be the latest craze for those looking to lose weight.

      While appealing to many, the diet still seems to be widely misunderstood.

      NorthernLife.ca spoke with registered dietician, Ashley Hurley to clear up some of the misconceptions.

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    • City under flood watch

      City under flood watch

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    • Everything you need to know about voting in under four minutes

      Everything you need to know about voting in under four minutes

      With the polls tightening and election day less than a couple weeks away, Sudburians may have a few questions.
      With details on advance polling stations, voter identification and the latest political news updates, NorthernLife.ca is your one stop for Sudbury’s 2014 Municipal Election.

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    • Enter, if you dare!

      Enter, if you dare!

      Halloween events lit up Dynamic Earth Oct 11 with spook-tacular activities for all ages.

      Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, this October, Dynamic Earth will play host to the award-winning attraction Pumpkinferno, an enchanting outdoor award-winning exhibit created by Upper Canada Village, that features 5,000 hand-carved pumpkins.

      Brave your way indoors and descend seven stories underground with the Death Guides, for a haunted tour of the mine in The Zombie Tunnel of Terror, recommended for ages 12 and up.

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    • Blood donations hit 6-year low

      Blood donations hit 6-year low

      Extremely low donor attendance at donor clinics, combined with the constant demand for blood has created the lowest national blood inventory since 2008.

      In Canada, someone needs blood every minute of every day and Canadian Blood Services regularly collects 17 thousand units of blood per week. The agency immediately needs 7,500 blood donations on top of the regular weekly totals to replenish the inventory.

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    • Rock rolls onto Regent Street, creating midday stir

      Rock rolls onto Regent Street, creating midday stir

      Shortly after 2 p.m. on Oct 2, a rock face collapsed and tumbled onto Regent Street, blocking the sidewalk and part of the road.

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    • Building the perfect Zombie

      Building the perfect Zombie

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    • Fiddlin’ his way to the top

      Fiddlin’ his way to the top

      Sudbury’s Paul Lemelin one of country’s best fiddlers

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    • Sudbury students build Ontario’s first human Red Cross

      Sudbury students build Ontario’s first human Red Cross

      On Sept 25, The Canadian Red Cross, Sudbury Branch and Macdonald-Cartier High School honoured the 100-year anniversary of the
      Red Cross in Greater Sudbury by inviting students to take part in Northern Ontario’s first human Red Cross logo.

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    • Wynne vows more transparency following Sudbury cabinet meeting

      Wynne vows more transparency following Sudbury cabinet meeting

      Following her cabinet meeting in Sudbury, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne announced that mandate letters, which will guide Ontario’s new government over the next four years, will now be available to the public and posted online.

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    • Melanson proposes employee, contractor advisory committee

      Melanson proposes employee, contractor advisory committee

      Mayoral candidate Dan Melanson is proposing the creation of a council and employee liaison committee that will encourage front-line workers and contractors to share ideas and suggestions on improving the city’s operations.

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    • Local Muslims condemn ISIS

      Local Muslims condemn ISIS

      Muslim leaders around the world are speaking out against the atrocities carried out by the jihadist terrorist group – the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. In Sudbury, Canadian Muslims want no parallels to be drawn between ISIS and the Islamic religion, and they encourage members of the community to learn more about Islam and its teachings of peace

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    • Local movie-making spurs economic growth

      Local movie-making spurs economic growth

      William F White International celebrates opening in Sudbury with the Northern Ontario Film Studi

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    • City unveils new transit garage

      City unveils new transit garage

      The City of Greater Sudbury unveiled its new transit garage – the first of its kind in Canada, to amalgamate services for all city transit and fleet vehicles.

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    • The science behind growing a giant pumpkin

      The science behind growing a giant pumpkin

      You won’t want to miss the giant pumpkins at the eighth annual fall fair hosted by the Anderson Farm Museum Heritage Society, this weekend.

      Staff scientist at Science North, Steve Smith, shared with us the secrets behind growing your own giant pumpkin.

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