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Engineering company, Indigenous business firm up agreement on ground stability

Engineering company, Indigenous business firm up agreement on ground stability

Supercom Industries will produce TBT Engineering's new Spring Drain for railway use
Sault entrepreneurs immerse outdoor enthusiasts in First Nations culture

Sault entrepreneurs immerse outdoor enthusiasts in First Nations culture

Launched in 2021, Thrive Tours brings Indigenous-led guided tourism experience to Northern Ontario
North Shore First Nation celebrates construction start on water treatment plant

North Shore First Nation celebrates construction start on water treatment plant

Biigtigong Nishnaabeg's $58-million plant comes online in late 2024
Small reactors could empower First Nations with energy security

Small reactors could empower First Nations with energy security

Indigenous communities in Ontario, Saskatchewan get on the ground floor of this emerging technology
Wiky tourism manager celebrated for industry contributions

Wiky tourism manager celebrated for industry contributions

Luke Wassegijig earns leadership award from Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada
Reconciliation-themed Sault event earns two provincial tourism awards

Reconciliation-themed Sault event earns two provincial tourism awards

Indigenous Tourism Ontario joined with Shingwauk Kinoomaage Gamig to host Weekend for Truth and Reconciliation last fall
Pickle Lake gold explorer cuts exploration deal with Indigenous community

Pickle Lake gold explorer cuts exploration deal with Indigenous community

Ardiden and Cat Lake First Nation lay the ground rules for communication
'I got my life back': Program working for equity

'I got my life back': Program working for equity

Aboriginal Women in Mining is expanding to cover more industries and job markets
Curiosity spurred Virginia Heffernan to write a Ring of Fire book

Curiosity spurred Virginia Heffernan to write a Ring of Fire book

Toronto mining journalist hits PDAC 2023 with a primer on arrested development in the Far North
Jobs of the Future: Unique, in-community program will train Indigenous doctors, nurses in Moosonee

Jobs of the Future: Unique, in-community program will train Indigenous doctors, nurses in Moosonee

Weeneebayko Area Health Authority, Queen’s University team up for $31-million initiative