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Developer bringing modern style to Sudbury apartments

Developer bringing modern style to Sudbury apartments

Panoramic Properties are introducing luxury apartments to the Sudbury market.
Hatch lauded for work on Lower Mattagami project

Hatch lauded for work on Lower Mattagami project

Hatch has been recognized with an Award of Excellence for its project management work on the Lower Mattagami River Project north of Kapuskasing.
Unique digs for furniture store

Unique digs for furniture store

A Sudbury furniture store has brought a unique design to their box store-style business.
Skating with ease

Skating with ease

A Sudbury entrepreneur has designed a patented skating aid that will be sold in sporting goods stores this winter.
Multi-use market mirrors best features of Fort Frances

Multi-use market mirrors best features of Fort Frances

A new market square will transform a key portion of Fort Frances’ downtown into a gathering place for citizens, injecting the downtown with new vibrancy.
Contractors watch government for next move on prompt payment

Contractors watch government for next move on prompt payment

Momentum is building toward enacting prompt payment legislation in Ontario.
Sudbury startup’s ergonomic chair design inspired by architectural principals

Sudbury startup’s ergonomic chair design inspired by architectural principals

Patrick Danielson was uncomfortable. His office chair left him with bad posture and he knew his health was suffering. He swapped out the standard armed and backed chair for a stool, and when he started to feel better, he never went back.
Aircraft overhaul and maintenance company undergoes expansion

Aircraft overhaul and maintenance company undergoes expansion

Aircraft service company JD Aero Technical is marking its third expansion in under a decade with an extension of its hangar and office space that will allow it to serve new clients and create new jobs at the Sault Ste. Marie Airport.
Sudbury architecture students get their hands dirty with the industry co-op

Sudbury architecture students get their hands dirty with the industry co-op

This summer, Laurentian University’s architecture students are more likely to be found building an ivory tower than dwelling in one.
Sudbury company uses drones to inspect the power grid

Sudbury company uses drones to inspect the power grid

Costello Associates provides engineering services to the power-generation industry; by hobby, president Stephen Costello is a trained, private pilot.