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A new $15-million production line is being installed at White River Forest Products to boost production output at the North Shore mill.

Frank Dottori has lofty expectations for White River Forest Products.The sawmill, located halfway between Sault Ste. Marie and Thunder Bay, is undergoing a $20-million overhaul over the next two years with a high ... more >>

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Manitoulin beer enters retail marketPosted: 7/28/2015 1:38:58 PMIn time for the long weekend, The Beer Store in Little Curre...
Essar calls 2015 “milestone year”Posted: 7/28/2015 12:17:48 PMEssar Steel Algoma is calling 2015 a “milestone year,” after...
Gowest acquiring more mining claimsPosted: 7/27/2015 12:23:26 PMGowest Gold Ltd. has entered an agreement to acquire mining ...
Northern rep joins provincial tourism boardPosted: 7/27/2015 10:20:34 AMIan McMillan, executive director of Tourism Sault Ste. Marie...
Essar getting $60 million for plant upgradesPosted: 7/24/2015 3:24:53 PMThe provincial and federal governments are providing a combi...
Nominees sought for wood design awardsPosted: 7/21/2015 1:12:38 PMOntario Wood WORKS! is seeking nominations for the 2015 edit...
Porter Airlines moves into North BayPosted: 7/21/2015 12:59:09 PMPorter Airlines will soon offer service to North Bay, the fi...
Bidding heats up for TemexPosted: 7/20/2015 9:23:19 AMLake Shore Gold announced July 16 that it has submitted a pr...
Thunder Bay hosts Northern Ontario Business AwardsPosted: 7/17/2015 1:40:57 PMThe Northern Ontario Business Awards return to Thunder Bay o...
Profitable fiscal year for Kirkland Lake Gold Posted: 7/15/2015 10:52:19 AMKirkland Lake Gold reported a healthy fourth quarter and fis...

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