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Waubetek seeking award nominees

Waubetek seeking award nominees

The business development corporation will honour its 2017 award winners in November.
Money in Motion has a new home, big future plans

Money in Motion has a new home, big future plans

The Sudbury-based equipment leasing and financing company built a new space for their company this year, and has experienced rapid growth during the downturn thanks to what the owner says is their flexible attitude.
Laurentian's direct approach pays off

Laurentian's direct approach pays off

University's fundraising strategy draws another million
Financing the farm to feed the globe

Financing the farm to feed the globe

Area One Farms founder Joelle Faulkner believes it’s just a matter of time before Northern Ontario becomes ripe for agriculture development, but farms need access to adequate financing to make it happen.
Aboriginal businesses recognized for excellence

Aboriginal businesses recognized for excellence

Nishnawbe Aski Development Fund presented six awards during its annual awards dinner.
Sault tech entrepreneur seeks backing for literacy app

Sault tech entrepreneur seeks backing for literacy app

Heuristext lets people with low literacy use the internet while increasing reading proficiency
Sault tech entrepreneur seeks backing for literacy app

Sault tech entrepreneur seeks backing for literacy app

Sault Ste. Marie entrepreneur Melissa Kargiannakis is seeking capital to help send her to California for an accelerator program designed for women.
Micro-loans helping marginalized Sault residents

Micro-loans helping marginalized Sault residents

A new financing program in Sault Ste. Marie is helping residents transition from social assistance to entrepreneurship.
Funds available for grassroots exploration projects

Funds available for grassroots exploration projects

It’s a grim market reality for mineral explorationists trying to raise capital for their projects. But there’s one tool available to help prospectors at the grassroots levels with their costs in working their claims.

FedNor spreads the wealth

Northern and central Ontario businesses and organizations received a total of $185,000 in cheques from FedNor.