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Provincial funding for Nipigon waterfront

Nipigon’s waterfront and its tourist attractions will be undergoing a makeover with assistance from the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund.
Salzburger Hof specializes in time away from city life

Salzburger Hof specializes in time away from city life

At 82, Ann Elsigan keeps up a breakneck pace that would challenge a resort operator half her age. As the host at Salzburger Hof, a lakeside resort on the shores of Lake Superior, she’s up at 8 a.m.
Dynamic Earth expansion underway

Dynamic Earth expansion underway

Greater Sudbury city council is supporting new visitor exhibits at Dynamic Earth with a $250,000 grant for a planned $3-million expansion that will include a new gallery, theatre and outdoor science park.
Travels inspire Sudbury caterer’s dishes

Travels inspire Sudbury caterer’s dishes

Contemplating her livelihood after high school, Stephanie Piché was headed for a career in law, but a family tradition of cooking and a love of food and wines pulled her in another direction.
Kenora hotels going big on renos

Kenora hotels going big on renos

Kenora ’s evolution into a prime northwestern Ontario tourist and resort community means area hotels are raising their game with new renovations, rebranding and by introducing modern amenities.
Sudbury golf club opens doors for events

Sudbury golf club opens doors for events

To last more than 100 years Sudbury's Idylwylde Golf and Country Club has had to constantly change its role in the community.
Banquet hall expanding into corporate service

Banquet hall expanding into corporate service

The word ‘no’ isn’t in Heather Lang’s vocabulary. As head of marketing and sales at The Grand Gardens in Sault Ste.
Kenora Event Centre project at conceptual stage

Kenora Event Centre project at conceptual stage

Turning Kenora into a four-season tourism destination is the thinking behind a development process to establish a twin-plex arena and conference centre.
Collège Boréal offers an alternative for conferences

Collège Boréal offers an alternative for conferences

A community college is not often the first place that comes to mind for hosting events and business conferences. But Sudbury 's Collège Boréal became a robust venue for a wide variety of events almost by accident.
Kenora’s Grace Anne II provides five-star floating comfort

Kenora’s Grace Anne II provides five-star floating comfort

It’s more than your standard party boat. Walking up the gangway and into the mahogany-panelled main salon of the Grace Anne II is akin to stepping through a passageway into a Gatsbyesque era of wealth and privilege.