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Detour Lake Mine has the legs to last to 2052

Detour Lake Mine has the legs to last to 2052

Agnico Eagle says gold reserves at Cochrane-area pit are up 38 per cent
Timmins-built welding robots finding homes across Canada, U.S.

Timmins-built welding robots finding homes across Canada, U.S.

Autonomous Welding Inc. designs and builds machines for customized jobs
Sudbury-devised consumer blood test kit makes its market debut in 2023

Sudbury-devised consumer blood test kit makes its market debut in 2023

Verv Technologies cashes up to advance its technology through the U.S. regulatory process
'Great work staying on schedule,' says Equinox Gold boss

'Great work staying on schedule,' says Equinox Gold boss

Greenstone open-pit construction project hits 35 per cent completion mark, first gold pour slated for 2024
Laurentian University restructuring plan ‘hard pill to swallow,’ says union president

Laurentian University restructuring plan ‘hard pill to swallow,’ says union president

Creditors will get a fraction of what they're owed in drawing from $53.5-million cash pool
Building the new Thunder Bay jail will require 700-800 workers

Building the new Thunder Bay jail will require 700-800 workers

The four-year project is set to break ground this fall
Centre supporting Black entrepreneurs opens in Sudbury

Centre supporting Black entrepreneurs opens in Sudbury

Northern Ontario Black Economic Empowerment Program opened thanks to a $1.15-million grant the Afro-Heritage Association of Sudbury received from FedNor in March
'Reimagination' of Thunder Bay's north core well under way

'Reimagination' of Thunder Bay's north core well under way

City, architects hold open house to get feedback on plan to turn Red River Road into a more pedestrian-friendly space.
Soo Locks construction clears major milestone

Soo Locks construction clears major milestone

First phase of channel deepening finishes with lock chamber construction to start this year
Algoma Steel donates $1 million to Sault Ste. Marie withdrawal management facility

Algoma Steel donates $1 million to Sault Ste. Marie withdrawal management facility

‘We realize many of the struggles that the community is facing,’ says Algoma Steel president