Posts Tagged ‘greater Sudbury’

Marathon’s Cité-Supérieure Wins Two Medals In Regional Cardboard Boat Races

Marathon’s Cité-Supérieure Wins Two Medals In Regional Cardboard Boat Races

SUDBURY, ON – Students of École secondaire Cité-Supérieure in Marathon won two medals at the regional Cardboard Boat Races held recently in Thunder Bay. The school’s two teams will move on to the provincial competition to be held on March 5th in Kitchener, Ontario. Known for their speed, [Read more]

Cambrian College Hosts Inaugural Indigenous Arts Showcase

Cambrian College Hosts Inaugural Indigenous Arts Showcase

FROM: Cambrian College SUDBURY, ON – There will be a homecoming of sorts when renowned author Richard Van Camp steps off the plane on October 15 and into the welcoming hands of Greater Sudbury. Van Camp, who hails from Fort Smith, NWT, was last in the nickel city to shoot The Lesser Blessed, a [Read more]

CSPGNO Students To Celebrate Franco-Ontarian Day

CSPGNO Students To Celebrate Franco-Ontarian Day

SUDBURY, ON – Over 2,300 students all across Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario (CSPGNO) will celebrate Franco-Ontarian Day on September 25th. Many activities are planned in CSPGNO’s elementary and secondary schools throughout its territory. A festive march through the [Read more]

CSPGNO Promotes Resilience Among Its Students And Staff

CSPGNO Promotes Resilience Among Its Students And Staff

SUDBURY, ON — Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario (CSPGNO) begins the new school year with a focus on resilience and positive parent-child relations. All members of CSPGNO’s staff in all of the board’s locations will benefit from training and information sessions with Doctor [Read more]

EQAO Results on the Rise for CSPGNO!

EQAO Results on the Rise for CSPGNO!

SUDBURY, ON – Results for Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l’Ontario (CSPGNO) students have been on the rise during the last few years in the EQAO (Education Quality and Accountability Office) provincial testing.  In order to determine if they met the provincial standard set by the [Read more]

School of Architecture Marks Grand Opening in Sudbury

School of Architecture Marks Grand Opening in Sudbury

ONTARIO PREMIER SAYS NEW SCHOOL WILL CREATE JOBS, OPPORTUNITIES FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS SUDBURY, ON –  Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne cut a ceremonial ribbon yesterday to officially launch the Laurentian University School of Architecture, the first school of architecture to open in Canada in [Read more]

LETTER TO THE EDITOR Re: MNR & Lake Nipissing

LETTER TO THE EDITOR Re: MNR & Lake Nipissing

*Please remember with ALL Letters to the Editor on OntarioNewsNorth.com it is the Readers’ Responsibility to verify facts and research the information. OntarioNewsNorth.com neither confirms nor denies the information contained in Letters to the Editor. Opinions offered are those of the author [Read more]

Aroland First Nation claims the Province is failing in duty to consult on Cliffs Chromite Project

Aroland First Nation claims the Province is failing in duty to consult on Cliffs Chromite Project

First Nation seeks Freedom of Information for Confidential Agreements between Mining Firm and Province AROLAND FIRST NATION, ON –  Aroland First Nation has filed a request for disclosure to the Ministry of Northern Development and Mines (MNDM) on information relating to Cliffs Chromite [Read more]

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