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Demolition of paper mill biomass boiler upsets Fort Frances councillor

Demolition of paper mill biomass boiler upsets Fort Frances councillor

Douglas Judson says investments of provincial taxpayer dollars need better guarantees.
South end Thunder Bay mall to face demolition

South end Thunder Bay mall to face demolition

City council to vote on approval of $1.3 million for detailed design work to demolish Victoriaville Mill and reconstruct street
Women Leaders in Business: A champion for equality and entrepreneurship

Women Leaders in Business: A champion for equality and entrepreneurship

Thunder Bay's Rosalind Lockyer empowers Northern Ontario women to realize impactful lives
Atikokan power station helped beat August's heat

Atikokan power station helped beat August's heat

Peaking plant ordered into action for three-week period to feed the provincial power grid
Ontario's economy on the rebound but pandemic scars remain, say AMO panellists

Ontario's economy on the rebound but pandemic scars remain, say AMO panellists

Ontario small retailers are taking a financial battering but panellists see opportunities in critical minerals, health-care sector
New consultant for Northern Ontario Angels

New consultant for Northern Ontario Angels

Nancy Riopel named consultant for regional investor network
Ribbon-cutting for new Agawa Canyon Tour Train station

Ribbon-cutting for new Agawa Canyon Tour Train station

New addition to Sault Ste. Marie's Canal District features microbrewery, restaurant and Indigenous teaching lodge
Sudbury-area businesses still struggling through pandemic, says survey

Sudbury-area businesses still struggling through pandemic, says survey

Provincial government could've done better job in managing the crisis, according to business operators
For the North by the North: FedNor finally a standalone agency

For the North by the North: FedNor finally a standalone agency

More autonomy to better respond to needs of businesses, organizations and communities
Procurement on federal contracts requires 5 per cent Indigenous participation

Procurement on federal contracts requires 5 per cent Indigenous participation

Approach will generate an estimated $1 billion worth of contracts for Indigenous businesses annually