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American utility gets paid by Ontario not to produce power

American utility gets paid by Ontario not to produce power

Cap-and-trade blamed for mothballed Northern gas plants
Sudbury boat manufacturer gets FedNor funds

Sudbury boat manufacturer gets FedNor funds

Legend Boats, a family-run business that employs 96 people, will use repayable federal funding to improve operational processes.
Detour Gold fends off mini-tender offer

Detour Gold fends off mini-tender offer

Company said offer was unsolicited and cautions shareholders against proposal.
Rubicon goes back to the drawing board

Rubicon goes back to the drawing board

Mine developer out to right the wrongs of Red Lake blunder
That’s a wrap

That’s a wrap

Port of Thunder Bay shutters for the winter
Sault company lands distributorship for bug trap

Sault company lands distributorship for bug trap

The new system will be used in conjunction with BioForest Technologies’ product, TreeAzin®, an organic insecticide that battles the onset of emerald ash borer.
Former Sault MPP named college aviation dean

Former Sault MPP named college aviation dean

David Orazietti, who resigned his post as Sault MPP and minister of Community Safety and Correctional Services on Dec. 31, 2016, will now serve Sault College as dean of Aviation, Trades and Technology, Natural Environment and Business.
Aboriginal women’s business network seeking mentors

Aboriginal women’s business network seeking mentors

Women entrepreneurs are invited to apply to become mentors to Métis, Status and non-Status women interested in starting their own business.
Tahoe goes deep in Timmins

Tahoe goes deep in Timmins

Vancouver miner spending $50 million in ’17 on Bell Creek mine expansion
Building numbers on the rise in North Bay

Building numbers on the rise in North Bay

Numbers from 2016 mark the highest construction build year since 2011.