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Indigenous Leaders: How Five Nations Energy powered the James Bay coast

Indigenous Leaders: How Five Nations Energy powered the James Bay coast

Pat Chilton jumped into uncharted waters in taking the helm of the Indigenous-owned transmission company
Ten years later, Northern Ontario Film Studios still an industry leader

Ten years later, Northern Ontario Film Studios still an industry leader

Sudbury studio head David Anselmo reflects on the birth of the Northern Ontario film industry
Red Rock readies infrastructure for busy times ahead

Red Rock readies infrastructure for busy times ahead

Ongoing developments in business in Red Rock mean a greater focus on infrastructural improvements
'Hope and optimism' a year after Laurentian University exited from CCAA protection

'Hope and optimism' a year after Laurentian University exited from CCAA protection

Former faculty share thoughts on Sudbury post-secondary institution as it begins to stand on its own feet again
Jail project pushes up Thunder Bay's GDP and job numbers

Jail project pushes up Thunder Bay's GDP and job numbers

The jail project eclipses job growth in other sectors, creating what the president of the Chamber of Commerce calls 'an uneven picture' of the economy
A 'brownie' award for Red Rock mill site redevelopers

A 'brownie' award for Red Rock mill site redevelopers

Veldman brothers garner praise for their Niagara work in repurposing former paper mill
Economic reconciliation can be Canada's 'competitive edge,' says Indigenous business leader

Economic reconciliation can be Canada's 'competitive edge,' says Indigenous business leader

Trust and partnerships with First Nation communities can expedite resource projects
Innovative leaders celebrated in northwestern Ontario

Innovative leaders celebrated in northwestern Ontario

Northwestern Ontario Innovation Centre held annual awards ceremony Nov. 22
Federal fall economic statement falls flat on housing, Lakehead economist says

Federal fall economic statement falls flat on housing, Lakehead economist says

Livio Di Matteo feels the funds announced in Ottawa's fall economic statement won’t address increasing the housing supply.
Thunder Bay's immigration pilot program sees surge in applications

Thunder Bay's immigration pilot program sees surge in applications

The popularity of the program has increased steadily since it started, but the pilot is due to expire next year