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Science North selects a Thunder Bay waterfront site for regional expansion

Science North selects a Thunder Bay waterfront site for regional expansion

Former grain elevator site is the 'preferred' location for science attraction
Toronto film producer has big plans for Sault’s CTV building

Toronto film producer has big plans for Sault’s CTV building

Justin L. Levine proposes to add one or two storeys on top of former television station at 119 East St.
North Bay to launch workforce retention and attraction pilot

North Bay to launch workforce retention and attraction pilot

Initiative to provide one-on-one guidance to help local business find workers
Policy Institute charts how COVID affected the North’s economy

Policy Institute charts how COVID affected the North’s economy

Thanks to the region’s economy and geography, the COVID-19 pandemic impacted Northern Ontario in unique ways
More cruise ship operators show interest in Thunder Bay

More cruise ship operators show interest in Thunder Bay

Representatives of five companies spent three days in city on familiarization tour
FedNor invests over $168,000 in Algoma branding solutions

FedNor invests over $168,000 in Algoma branding solutions

Sault Ste. Marie screen printing company expands shop, installs new equipment
Sudbury mining community mourns the death of Dick DeStefano

Sudbury mining community mourns the death of Dick DeStefano

Sudbury man remembered as a visionary who united the mining supply community and grew it into a global concern
Métis Nation to benefit from Temiskaming refinery expansion

Métis Nation to benefit from Temiskaming refinery expansion

Electra Battery Materials signs agreement with Metis Nation of Ontario
Centre supporting Black entrepreneurs opens in Sudbury

Centre supporting Black entrepreneurs opens in Sudbury

Northern Ontario Black Economic Empowerment Program opened thanks to a $1.15-million grant the Afro-Heritage Association of Sudbury received from FedNor in March
'Reimagination' of Thunder Bay's north core well under way

'Reimagination' of Thunder Bay's north core well under way

City, architects hold open house to get feedback on plan to turn Red River Road into a more pedestrian-friendly space.