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Be sure to check out your member homepage often to enjoy new content that is posted regularly. This month, listen in as we sit down with senior reporter David Helwig for a three-part series to discuss what happened at Algoma Public Health in 2015 and a replay of our live webinar with Flair Air CFO Garth Lund.
When a 17-year-old Margaret Moore (now McDonald) left "small town" Sundridge in 1988 for school in "big city" Toronto, she vowed never to return. But years later she did, and established a "uniquely Canadian" store.
There is always going to be a need for more people who understand health and medicine, and Mabel Plourde-Doran is passing along her passion and expertise to that next wave of professionals. “There’s always been something special about North Bay and I knew that’s where I wanted to be," she says.
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And if you missed it, here's what happened last week:
An overage OHL rookie from North Bay has been stealing the spotlight in Kingston this year.