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Retailers hooked on Sault inventor's ice fishing device

Retailers hooked on Sault inventor's ice fishing device

Batchewana man finds success with hook-setting gear
Slate Falls finally takes a clean drink of water

Slate Falls finally takes a clean drink of water

Dignitaries open $11.6-million new water treatment plant in northwestern community
Training institute takes to the road

Training institute takes to the road

Oshki-Pimache-O-Win Wenjack Education Institute delivering mobile instruction of apprenticeship programming
Aboriginal mining strategy getting underway

Aboriginal mining strategy getting underway

Waubetek to hire coordinator, launch clearinghouse this spring
Fort Albany First Nation developing economic development program

Fort Albany First Nation developing economic development program

Mentors, training and resources will help entrepreneurs create business plans
Northern Ontario leaders recognized by province

Northern Ontario leaders recognized by province

Freshwater Cuisine and Eabametoong First Nation named Rural Ontario Leaders
Tahoe Resources commits to fair, open dealings with Indigenous peoples

Tahoe Resources commits to fair, open dealings with Indigenous peoples

Gold miner will draft Indigenous Peoples Policy this year
Drone company gets special flight certificate from Transport Canada

Drone company gets special flight certificate from Transport Canada

Drone Delivery Canada can now operate its drones beyond the visual line of sight.
Wasaya Airways reaching new heights

Wasaya Airways reaching new heights

First Nations-owned airline strikes $25-million financing deal for fleet renewal, regional expansion
Self-sustainability sprouts from greenhouse plans

Self-sustainability sprouts from greenhouse plans

Building project at Wikwemikong High School aims to launch more skills programs, support green initiatives