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Contaminated Haileybury industrial site left unmaintained nets $12,500 fine to the company director

Contaminated Haileybury industrial site left unmaintained nets $12,500 fine to the company director

Grant Erlick, former Mansteel director, convicted under Environmental Protection Act for neglecting environment ministry orders
EACOM Timber to be acquired by B.C.-based Interfor in $490M deal

EACOM Timber to be acquired by B.C.-based Interfor in $490M deal

Purchase includes sawmills, engineered wood plant in Northern Ontario
Northwestern Ontario foresters celebrate local industry contributions

Northwestern Ontario foresters celebrate local industry contributions

Regional group earns national accolade from Canadian Institute of Forestry
$3B Domtar sale passes final requirement

$3B Domtar sale passes final requirement

Purchase by Paper Excellence has received the OK from competition commissioner
Former Thunder Bay sawmill operator suing City of Thunder Bay over 2015 fire

Former Thunder Bay sawmill operator suing City of Thunder Bay over 2015 fire

Great West Timber lawsuit alleges municipality did not provide access to the water supply for fire suppression efforts
Northwest Energy Task Force welcomes commitment to biomass plants

Northwest Energy Task Force welcomes commitment to biomass plants

The regional lobby group says Atikokan and Thunder Bay biomass plants are important for the Northwest and for Ontario.
Workplace Safety North launches workplace mental health video series

Workplace Safety North launches workplace mental health video series

Free 15-minute videos available for employers and workers
Underutilized wood could be a growing opportunity in the French-Severn Forest

Underutilized wood could be a growing opportunity in the French-Severn Forest

Province chips in funding for study of using low-end wood to create value-added businesses
Sudbury industrial data firm nestles onto Bay Street

Sudbury industrial data firm nestles onto Bay Street

Symboticware cozies up to customers with new Toronto office
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.