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Temiskaming refinery developer eyeballs second plant location in Quebec

Temiskaming refinery developer eyeballs second plant location in Quebec

Electra Battery Materials looks to join the battery industrial park party in B├ęcancour
Two contractors compete for new Sudbury arena project

Two contractors compete for new Sudbury arena project

City administrators aim for 2025 grand opening of Kingsway Entertainment District
<updated>Communities on the Move:</updated> Callander soliciting development ideas for new waterfront attraction

Communities on the Move: Callander soliciting development ideas for new waterfront attraction

'Waterfront Place' concept features a mixed-use development concept on Lake Nipissing
North Bay roofer top winner in international competition

North Bay roofer top winner in international competition

North Bay's Michelle Mulder earned accolades through Beacon Roofing event
North Bay college breaks ground on $8.5-million indoor sports facility

North Bay college breaks ground on $8.5-million indoor sports facility

Canadore College's 85,000-square-foot dome to host variety of school, community sports programs
Sudburian lauded for work in construction industry

Sudburian lauded for work in construction industry

Trina Hayden recognized by Council of Ontario Construction Associations
Algoma Steel rides volatile pricing to record profits

Algoma Steel rides volatile pricing to record profits

Sault steelmaker posts $857.7 million profit during 2022 fiscal year
North Bay reveals plans for net-zero community centre

North Bay reveals plans for net-zero community centre

Federal government commits $25.77 million for "leading edge" facility
Sault leads in road spending among north's five biggest cities

Sault leads in road spending among north's five biggest cities

All major cities in the North need to increase their resurfacing and reconstruction spending to catch up on 'formidable' road infrastructure deficits, says Sault Ste. Marie's director of engineering
CEDC seeks public feedback on strategic plan

CEDC seeks public feedback on strategic plan

Thunder Bay residents can weigh in on priorities for economic development in the city at an event on Saturday or an online survey.