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<updated>The Drift:</updated> Mining and movement in the Ring of Fire six years out, says Noront boss

The Drift: Mining and movement in the Ring of Fire six years out, says Noront boss

Wyloo Metals preparing to put its stamp on James Bay mineral projects
Architect with Northern Ontario roots receives prestigious fellowship

Architect with Northern Ontario roots receives prestigious fellowship

Royal Architectural Institute of Canada recognizes Eladia Smoke for professional achievements
Two North Shore communities have ambition to revive a Lake Superior port

Two North Shore communities have ambition to revive a Lake Superior port

Marathon and Biigtigong Nishnaabeg teaming up to create a port authority
Thunder Bay palladium company inks exploration agreement with three First Nation communities

Thunder Bay palladium company inks exploration agreement with three First Nation communities

Potential mine development could provide benefit for northwestern Ontario Indigenous bands
<updated>Indigenous Leaders:</updated> Gerry Brandon delivers culture in the cuisine

Indigenous Leaders: Gerry Brandon delivers culture in the cuisine

Haileybury Indigenous restaurant reopens its doors for the first time since the pandemic outbreak
<updated>Indigenous Leaders:</updated>  The successes and pitfalls of industry partnerships

Indigenous Leaders: The successes and pitfalls of industry partnerships

Mining partners maintain good relationships and trust are ongoing processes
Mushkegowuk Development Corporation names new president

Mushkegowuk Development Corporation names new president

Long-time director Terry Metatawabin takes on role
Ring of Fire's new boss, Wyloo Metals, makes a surprise visit to Thunder Bay

Ring of Fire's new boss, Wyloo Metals, makes a surprise visit to Thunder Bay

City and First Nation leaders impressed by the approach and vision of the Australian mining company
Province's $5M program aims to remove barriers for racialized, Indigenous entrepreneurs

Province's $5M program aims to remove barriers for racialized, Indigenous entrepreneurs

Successful applicants will receive a $10,000 grant and training to grow their businesses
<updated>Women Leaders in Business:</updated> Pandemic inspired popular food truck for Manitoulin chef

Women Leaders in Business: Pandemic inspired popular food truck for Manitoulin chef

Hiawatha Osawamick set to open new takeout drive-thru service after COVID shuttered plans for Sudbury restaurant