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Denison Environmental Services

Denison Environmental Services

It’s not hard to see why people would choose a challenging and rewarding career with Denison Environmental Services (DES). The Elliot Lake-based company is a leader in the mine reclamation and maintenance industry.
Nordmin Engineering

Nordmin Engineering

In a few short years, Nordmin Engineering Ltd.
Waterfront Inn

Waterfront Inn

In addition to its perfect location on beautiful Lake Temiskaming, the Waterfront Inn in New Liskeard has given its guests a lot more reasons to enjoy their stay. Earlier this year, the inn completed a $1 million renovation from top to bottom.
TBT Engineering Limited

TBT Engineering Limited

The mining industry is changing the face of northwestern Ontario's economy.
A natural fit

A natural fit

The self-proclaimed “Hub of the North” certainly lives up to its name. Sioux Lookout is not only an area of scenic lakeside beauty, it's well positioned to be a community of strategic opportunity.
Wisk Air Helicopters

Wisk Air Helicopters

Wisk Air Helicopters has been supplying safe, trusted, high-quality helicopter services in Northwestern Ontario for over 32 years. Mark Wiskemann, company president and chief pilot, created the business in 1984.

Architectural and design solutions

There is no room for error when it comes to client relationships. They are built on trust earned through positive and conclusive results of projects done right and on time.

Zenyatta earning accolades for graphite deposit

In 2011, Zenyatta Ventures’ northwestern Ontario property showed promising mineralization of copper, nickel, and precious group metals.

Timmins gold sparkles for former diamond digger

Temex may have changed its focus from diamonds to gold, but it has always remained committed to exploring in Ontario. Ian Campbell, president and CEO, said the company has spent $50 million in the province since its inception.
SGX Resources cashed up to find gold

SGX Resources cashed up to find gold

SGX Resources, which started as a subsidiary of San Gold Corporation, set its sights on the Timmins gold camp for a variety of reasons.