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Agnico Eagle buying Kirkland Lake Gold in $13.4-billion deal

Agnico Eagle buying Kirkland Lake Gold in $13.4-billion deal

Companies seek to find operational, exploration synergies in Abitibi gold camp of northeastern Ontario, western Quebec
Impala Canada mandates vaccinations for Lac des Iles Mine workers

Impala Canada mandates vaccinations for Lac des Iles Mine workers

Staff at northwestern Ontario mine must fully vaccinated by Nov. 2
Indigenous entrepreneurs look to increase their presence in Canada's supply chain economy

Indigenous entrepreneurs look to increase their presence in Canada's supply chain economy

More inclusive project procurement bring wealth of opportunities to aspiring Aboriginal businesses and communities
Sudbury med-tech firm lands $8M in investment funds

Sudbury med-tech firm lands $8M in investment funds

Rna Diagnostics nearing completion of clinical trial for cancer diagnostic tool
A Thunder Bay-developed compact PET camera could go to market soon

A Thunder Bay-developed compact PET camera could go to market soon

Radialis Medical has produced a high-resolution camera for imaging body organs.
Atikokan power station helped beat August's heat

Atikokan power station helped beat August's heat

Peaking plant ordered into action for three-week period to feed the provincial power grid
'Greener' asphalt tried out in City of Thunder Bay

'Greener' asphalt tried out in City of Thunder Bay

The city is participating in the test of a pulp-making byproduct to replace bitumen in asphalt
Sudbury mining engineer nationally lauded

Sudbury mining engineer nationally lauded

Theresa Nyabeze named one of 100 Accomplished Black Canadian Women
<updated>Generational Business:</updated> From one island to another, fishing is in this family’s blood

Generational Business: From one island to another, fishing is in this family’s blood

Manitoulin Island’s Purvis Fisheries has been operational for more than 100 years
Greater Sudbury to purchase Python 5000 pothole machine

Greater Sudbury to purchase Python 5000 pothole machine

The new machine from Saskatchewan will apply an additional 592 metric tonnes of asphalt to Greater Sudbury streets per year