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A happy accident: Woman finds her home in Timmins

A happy accident: Woman finds her home in Timmins

In 2016, Musharat Shaikh arrived in Timmins by mistake and has since found a community, got married and was granted permanent residency visa through the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot
<updated>Indigenous Leaders:</updated> Program helps companies advance respectful Indigenous engagement

Indigenous Leaders: Program helps companies advance respectful Indigenous engagement

CCAB's Progressive Aboriginal Relations has trained more than 800 organizations since launching in 2001
Indigenous women entrepreneurs urged to apply for funding

Indigenous women entrepreneurs urged to apply for funding

Deadline to apply to Indigenous Women Entrepreneurship Fund is this Friday
Wahgoshig First Nation gets nearly $257K

Wahgoshig First Nation gets nearly $257K

FedNor funding will enable economic development officer to help modernize businesses, start tourism-related endeavours
<updated>Women Leaders in Business:</updated> Abiding curiosity drives the work of long-time Timmins business leader

Women Leaders in Business: Abiding curiosity drives the work of long-time Timmins business leader

Noella Rinaldo brings a lifetime of experience to new economic development role
Northern growth conference set for June

Northern growth conference set for June

This marks the third annual event for Northern Policy Institute
Municipal park getting modern upgrade in Cobalt

Municipal park getting modern upgrade in Cobalt

FedNor funds paying for new lighting, other amenities at town gathering place
Wawa restructures its economic development department

Wawa restructures its economic development department

Corporation dismantled after 20-year run, duties taken on by the municipality
Thunder Bay resolution on biomass generation approved by Ontario Chamber of Commerce

Thunder Bay resolution on biomass generation approved by Ontario Chamber of Commerce

The resolution calls on provincial government to bump biomass power purchase agreements from five to 10 years
Thunder Bay selected to host 2024 Ontario Winter Games

Thunder Bay selected to host 2024 Ontario Winter Games

Games expected to bring up to 3,500 participants to city, which previously hosted in 1974