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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
Timmins councillor lauded for lifetime of work

Timmins councillor lauded for lifetime of work

Andrew Marks has spent more than 35 years helping to improve city's downtown
‘It’s crazy beautiful’: Place des Arts open for business

‘It’s crazy beautiful’: Place des Arts open for business

Staff and board members eager to show off ‘top-notch’ facility to the rest of Sudbury community
City offers grants for downtown improvements

City offers grants for downtown improvements

Thunder Bay property owners eligible for grants up to $25,000 to support addition of upper floor residential units, facade improvements, more.
<updated>Communities on the Move:</updated> Home builders wanted in Wawa

Communities on the Move: Home builders wanted in Wawa

Resurgent gold mining and forestry activity holds promise and provides growth pressure for north shore community
North Bay film and TV projects net $2.5M in provincial funds

North Bay film and TV projects net $2.5M in provincial funds

Growth in local expertise has more productions eyeing the North, says producer