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Sudbury mining community mourns the death of Dick DeStefano

Sudbury mining community mourns the death of Dick DeStefano

Sudbury man remembered as a visionary who united the mining supply community and grew it into a global concern
Métis Nation to benefit from Temiskaming refinery expansion

Métis Nation to benefit from Temiskaming refinery expansion

Electra Battery Materials signs agreement with Metis Nation of Ontario
Centre supporting Black entrepreneurs opens in Sudbury

Centre supporting Black entrepreneurs opens in Sudbury

Northern Ontario Black Economic Empowerment Program opened thanks to a $1.15-million grant the Afro-Heritage Association of Sudbury received from FedNor in March
'Reimagination' of Thunder Bay's north core well under way

'Reimagination' of Thunder Bay's north core well under way

City, architects hold open house to get feedback on plan to turn Red River Road into a more pedestrian-friendly space.
First Nations will redevelop former Thunder Bay post office into housing

First Nations will redevelop former Thunder Bay post office into housing

Fort William First Nation and Biigtigong Nishnaabeg to designate half the units into affordable housing
'Exciting period' to join Thunder Bay economic development as new boss

'Exciting period' to join Thunder Bay economic development as new boss

Jamie Taylor leaves as MTO regional manager to steer city's economic development efforts
Science North finds new CEO from within the ranks

Science North finds new CEO from within the ranks

Ashley Larose tapped to lead Sudbury science centre
Incoming Sudbury airport CEO looks to drive revenue growth

Incoming Sudbury airport CEO looks to drive revenue growth

Board plucks Giovanna Verrilli from Greater Toronto Airports Authority
West Nipissing looks to redevelop former paper mill site

West Nipissing looks to redevelop former paper mill site

Municipality invites public comments to repurpose ex-Weyerhaeuser property and address local housing needs
Sudbury city council kills arena project

Sudbury city council kills arena project

Politicians had no appetite for inflated $215-million Kingsway Entertainment District, nor scaled down $150-million alternative