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Bayfield Ventures holds the high ground

Bayfield Ventures holds the high ground

Don Huston is sitting in the catbird seat. The colourful president of Bayfield Ventures knows he has a strategic bit of ground in the Rainy River District of northwestern Ontario, and he's opening the door to be taken over.
Treasury moves toward production

Treasury moves toward production

Before Martin Walter joined Treasury Metals in 2010, he didn’t think of Dryden , Ontario as a burgeoning gold camp.
Windigo Community Development Corporation

Windigo Community Development Corporation

Since its incorporation in 1994, the Windigo Community Development Corporation has strived to achieve its ‘not-for-profit’ objectives: - "To promote, initiate and provide continuing assistance and management of projects; and, - "To assist and encoura
Engineering Solutions for the Environment…From Concept to Construction

Engineering Solutions for the Environment…From Concept to Construction

A northwestern Ontario based consulting firm has grown on a fast-track to becoming a regional leader in providing engineering and technical services to mining , municipalities, constructors, developers, institutional, forest products and First Nation
40 years and still growing strong

40 years and still growing strong

Because they embrace continual improvement in all aspects of their business, Equipment World Inc. is celebrating their longevity with their 40th Anniversary in 2013.

Building more efficient businesses, one shelf at a time

Even though the shingle reads Equipment World, the business focus remains simple: to provide a solutions-oriented methodology to each customer.

Building community

The term community and the philosophy of sharing common values run deep with each individual at Equipment World. For many years the employees have been involved extensively with numerous events and organizations throughout Northern Ontario.

Making a commitment to corporate values

In 2010, the management team conducted some strategic planning sessions and developed a formal Mission, Vision & Values statement for Equipment World.

Equipment World’s growing family is reaching out to all of Northern Ontario

Equipment World saw a need to expand its Thunder Bay operation into Northeastern Ontario in the late 1980s and went from one location to three within a few years. It opened its Sudbury division in 1987 and its Sault Ste. Marie division in 1990.

To lease or to buy, that is the question

“Although we recommend our clients review the financial impact of buying equipment versus leasing with their accountants, leasing can offer some distinct advantages such as preserving precious operating capital, avoiding capitalization of the asset a