Nov 29, 2011 | 2:13Video Sudbury watertower dismantled - timelapse Video
Video Sudbury watertower dismantled - timelapse Nov 29, 2011 | 2:13After 60 years of gracing the Sudbury skyline, the iconic Ash Street water tower is no longer. Over a three week period in November 2011 it was carefully removed, piece by piece, in the rain, wind and snow. Produced by Nael Shiab and Yvon Theriault of Radio-Canada Sudbury.
Jan 11, 2013 | 4:52Audio Human Library Project: Sean Venedam, Sudbury Audio
Audio Human Library Project: Sean Venedam, Sudbury Jan 11, 2013 | 4:52Sean Venedam began playing hockey with the Sudbury Wolves in 1993. Following that, he became a minor league pro with the East Coast Hockey League in the United States, playing with the Bakersfield Condors in California. In February 2008 he suffered a compound leg fracture, an injury that ended his professional career and led to nine surgeries over the next four years. In 2011, after struggling with medical complications and walking on crutches, Sean had his right leg amputated below his knee. Learning to skate again after his amputation, Sean became a member of the Canadian Amputee Hockey Committee’s national team, and played for Canada at the Standing Amputee Ice Hockey World Championship in Finland.