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Sudbury to host Canada’s first battery metals processing plant

Sudbury to host Canada’s first battery metals processing plant

Battery metals plant will be fed with material from Wyloo's Eagle's Nest deposit
Matachewan First Nation gains ground with treaty settlement claim

Matachewan First Nation gains ground with treaty settlement claim

Province rights ‘historic wrong’ in transitioning 5,000 acres from Crown land to reserve territory
Sudbury Chamber celebrates best in business

Sudbury Chamber celebrates best in business

Business organization hands out 10 awards during annual awards ceremony
Sault Ste. Marie's population at highest level since 1996 after big three-year spike

Sault Ste. Marie's population at highest level since 1996 after big three-year spike

Mayor says Statistics Canada estimates show a healthy boost, driven by immigration, internal migration and non-permanent residents
Town of Fort Frances lands new CAO

Town of Fort Frances lands new CAO

Marcel Michaels will take over the position effective May 28
North Bay brings film into focus for upcoming conference

North Bay brings film into focus for upcoming conference

Economic developers to gather in the Gateway City for the how-to's on attracting film production
Dryden, Fort Frances, Kenora now without scheduled air service

Dryden, Fort Frances, Kenora now without scheduled air service

Province likely to step to help fill Perimeter void and attract new air carrier
Northern companies land on Best Managed list

Northern companies land on Best Managed list

Annual rankings weigh multiple criteria in evaluating business success
Marathon turns the tide with port revitalization plans

Marathon turns the tide with port revitalization plans

Town expects to see first ship arrive in revitalized port this year as dredging operations begin
Sault Chamber pays tribute to local 'difference makers'

Sault Chamber pays tribute to local 'difference makers'

'They are organizations that embrace the broader purpose of creating positive change,' says Chamber of Commerce CEO Rory Ring.