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North Bay tourism group finds a leader

North Bay tourism group finds a leader

New tourism organization to launch in 2017
Catering business supports community meal program

Catering business supports community meal program

If you’re looking for someone to cater your next business function, Home of Our Own Catering in Sudbury will fill your stomach with good food and your heart with goodwill.
Sudbury group proposes $106-million convention-performing arts hall

Sudbury group proposes $106-million convention-performing arts hall

A group of Sudbury business and institutional leaders are making a push for a hugely ambitious downtown convention hall and performing arts centre.
New 50-foot tower in Sudbury offers unique teambuilding opportunities

New 50-foot tower in Sudbury offers unique teambuilding opportunities

If you want to know how well your team works together, maybe you should try a little play. That’s the lesson Jean Benoit hopes corporate groups will learn when they use Laurentian University’s new Tango Tower challenge course.
Association of locally owned restaurants working together

Association of locally owned restaurants working together

A group of Sudbury restaurateurs are working past their natural culinary competitiveness and working together to protect their interests, and give back to the community.
Killarney Mountain Lodge stays true to roots with business and conference offerings

Killarney Mountain Lodge stays true to roots with business and conference offerings

When the Killarney Mountain Lodge opened its doors in the early 1950s, it was an escape from the big city for the employees and customers of the Fruehauf Trailer Company.
Timmins resort adding lazy river to amenities

Timmins resort adding lazy river to amenities

If you’ve ever wanted to ride a moose, you’ll soon get your chance — in a manner of speaking — when Cedar Meadows Resort & Spa opens its newest attraction to the public.
Manitoulin Hotel and Conference Centre focusing on off-season corporate events

Manitoulin Hotel and Conference Centre focusing on off-season corporate events

The Manitoulin Hotel and Conference Centre has had some growing pains, but with new management on board, it’s settling into a solid routine for its fourth season.
Former Sault paper mill transformed into unique conference and event space

Former Sault paper mill transformed into unique conference and event space

Little did Francis H. Clergue know, when he constructed his pulp and paper mill in the early part of the 20th century, it would still be going strong 100 years later as one of Sault Ste. Marie’s most important cultural and business hubs. The St.
Northern tourism gets a boost

Northern tourism gets a boost

A funding announcement of $375,000 from the federal government will help boost Northern Ontario tourism.