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Wolves bite Bulls Physical fitness
Baker scores twice to lead Cardio-striptease, pole dancing
Sudbury over Belleville latest fitness craze
Merger will keep Sudbury strong,keep jobs here: Inco
Company reacts spokesman said Friday, in
response to concerns raised
ing communities here in
Canada strong. It is also going
wants conditions attached to
the planned $12.5-billion
The metal mining and
smelting sector employs more
poses “significant potential
risks to workers at the two
to union concerns by one of Canada’s top
to help to keep jobs here in
merger between the mining
than 50,000 Canadians and it
must resist the urge to
companies,” and to the sup-
pliers and communities,
“Like we’ve said, this is a The merger is not an exer- CAW president Buzz Har- “exploit our resources as which depend on them, Har-
BY ROB O’FLANAGAN made-in-Canada solution,” cise in job reduction, Mitchell grove said the merger, creat- quickly as possible for export grove said.
The Sudbury Star Inco spokesman Steve said. The new company ing the world’s biggest nickel markets, while prices are Inco has said about 100 to
Mitchell said from his would not only preserve jobs, miner, “comes at a critical high,” Hargrove said. 150 jobs will be cut in Sud-
The Inco-Falconbridge Toronto office. but create new ones in Sud- point in Canada’s economic The merged Inco, with bury following the merger, as
merger will help keep mining “Yes, it is going to benefit bury. history, when global interest 25,000 employees, would the two companies synchro-
communities such as Sudbury our shareholders, but it is also On Friday, the Canadian in our natural resources is have greater financial and nize their operations.
strong, a company going to help keep our operat- Auto Workers union said it growing.” operational resources, but See MERGER / A2
Concert for Kashechewan
St. Anthony’s to Sudbury because of E. coli-
tainted water in the First
Separate School Nation.
She attended a meeting Fri-
in Gatchell will day afternoon at the Lionel
E. Lalonde Centre to discuss
how to get children back to
be filled with school as soon as possible.
About 50 parents and a
students from number of children attended
the meeting, said O’Neill.
Kashechewan Parents voted on how their
children’s educational needs
would be met.
BY CAROL MULLIGAN They had the option of
The Sudbury Star having their children inte-
grated in other Sudbury
More than 100 school chil- schools or having them
dren from Kashechewan, taught on their own, said
evacuated to Sudbury, are O’Neill.
getting ready to hit the books And while children indi-
again. cated they were keen to
Their parents have voted to attend regular schools, their
accept a Sudbury Catholic parents elected to have them
District School Board’s offer attend St. Anthony’s.
to accommodate them at the In all, 111 students from
vacant St. Anthony’s Separate junior kindergarten to Grade
School in Gatchell. 12 will attend classes at St.
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Lindsay O’Neill, a teacher Anthony’s. But school won’t
Deb Francis (left) and Ghislaine Goudreau, members of the Waabishki Mkwaa Singers, perform at the Kashechewan Aid and at Francine J. Wesley Sec- resume for another week
Awareness Gathering on Friday at the Fraser Auditorium. The event allowed the native community in Greater Sudbury and ondary School in until the facility can be pre-
surrounding area to welcome residents evacuated from their homes and to raise money in their time of need. Hundreds Kashechewan, is among pared for its new occupants.
attended Friday night’s event. almost 250 people air-lifted See SCHOOL / A2
Sudbury the site for TV pilot
Herb Jackson’s determined — Nov. 19.
Creator Mark Fraser calls CASTING CALL
“The venue and style of
party will change depending
the show idea a “produced Casting call for on who the band is,” said
Basement called reality” show. Herb Jackson’s Basement: Fraser.
Fraser turned to the local ■ Needed: 35-40 interesting A different local band will
a ‘produced film industry to transform party people; be featured each week. Jack-
the idea of Herb Jackson’s ■ Ages: Between 16 and 89 son’s role is scripted but the
reality’ show Basement into a compelling with original looks; people at the party will be off
television show. Corey Cecca- ■ Audition: Nov. 12 at 19 the cuff, forming the dialogue
relli, who recently shot his Grey St., between noon and through their own opinions.
BY LAURA STRADIOTTO film Minds Tolerance in 7 p.m.; “It’s kind of like an experi-
The Sudbury Star town, will direct the show ■ Pilot episode: will be ment,” said Fraser. “I don’t
and Andrea Zizman of Lady filmed Nov. 19 on location in think anything like this has
He’s no Lawrence Welk, Ed of the Lake Productions, also Sudbury. ever been done. It’s a pro-
Sullivan or Donny Osmond. in Sudbury, will produce. duced reality show.”
Meet Herb Jackson, the The pilot episode was made Originally from Edmonton,
modern day variety show possible through a $1,500 Jackson, who mingles with Fraser has acted in a number
GINO DONATO/THE SUDBURY STAR
host. The pilot episode of grant from the MCTV Devel- partygoers, discussing every- of independent films but this
Herb Jackson’s Basement will opment Fund. thing from what they think is his first shot at film mak- Andrea Zizman, Corey Ceccarelli (centre) and Mark Fraser
be shot on location — in a Each episode takes the form about the band playing to ing. will be holding a casting call at 19 Grey St. between noon
Sudbury basement yet to be of a party hosted by Herb world issues. See PILOT / A2 and 7 p.m. on Nov. 12.
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