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Important Reminder for Ontarians to Have Vaccinations Up to Date- Especially when travelling

La Dre Robin Williams, médecin hygiéniste en chef adjointe de l'Ontario, recommande aux Ontariens de s'assurer que leurs vaccinations et celles de leur famille sont à jour. Ce conseil revêt encore plus d'importance lorsque les familles font des voyages à l'étranger.

Aperçu des activités de la semaine de congé de mars 2013

La Ville du Grand Sudbury présente plusieurs activités pour un congé de mars amusant et actif, y compris la natation, le ski, le patinage et le camp de jour du congé de mars pour enfants au Centre récréatif Howard Armstrong.

March Break Activities for 2013

The City of Greater Sudbury is offering a number of activities for a fun and active March Break, including swimming, skiing  skating as well as the Howard Armstrong Recreation Centre March Break Day Camp for kids.

Special Needs Soccer league is holding registrations this Sunday (and throughout March)

Attached is an advertisement for the Sudburnia Special Needs Soccer Division which is registering players this coming Sunday, and for most of March. Volunteer ‘helper coaches’ are also encouraged to register.  Contact Jeff McNeil Telephone: 705.626.6790 Email: for more information.

United Way is offering free income tax clinics for low/moderate income families

Please click the link for dates, times and eligibility information.

Free March Break Literacy Camp for children in grades 3-6

This program is offered by Frontier College at Lansdowne School. Online registration is here.

Greater Sudbury Police would like to share the UN's report "Cannabis a short review" with parents and service providers in our community

The UN Office on Drugs and Crime has published a short discussion paper summarizing recent research about cannabis. Greater Sudbury Police Services want to make this information available to parents in our community. Recent data on smoking cannabis clearly shows that it is unhealthy and dangerous. Cannabis use is linked to addiction, cognitive impairment, motor skills deficiency, respiratory, cardiovascular and mental health problems, and it has been shown to be particularly damaging to maturing brains.

Postpartum Mood Disorder Working Group- PhotoVoice Project seeking participants

The Northeastern Ontario Postpartum Mood Disorder Working Group (Sudbury) is looking for individuals with lived experience to share their stories, experiences and expertise through photos with others in the community in order to assist change. Participants will come together once per week for six weeks to discuss their journey through postpartum and their experiences looking for help.