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Green energy plans in Sioux Lookout get federal funding

Green energy plans in Sioux Lookout get federal funding

FedNor hands over $229,600 to study potential local projects to support forestry industry
High cost, lack of use shutters Thunder Bay Generating Station

High cost, lack of use shutters Thunder Bay Generating Station

Investment in repairs for ailing plant ‘unjustifiable,’ says power authority
Time to change the conversation about skilled trades, says employment minister

Time to change the conversation about skilled trades, says employment minister

New initiatives are helping to attract new people to the industry as widening gap looms
Third Biomass North Forum slated for October

Third Biomass North Forum slated for October

Event will include workshops, networking, tradeshow
EACOM partners with Habitat for Humanity

EACOM partners with Habitat for Humanity

Forest products company donating $100,000 in lumber
Fire at old Iroquois Falls mill didn't affect buildings: CEO

Fire at old Iroquois Falls mill didn't affect buildings: CEO

Blaze was in partially demolished area
Joint venture forged to restart Nakina sawmill

Joint venture forged to restart Nakina sawmill

Indigenous-private partnership aims to achieve 75 per cent First Nations employment
Provincial cabinet appointments applauded, panned by forestry, Indigenous leaders

Provincial cabinet appointments applauded, panned by forestry, Indigenous leaders

Northerners take prime leadership positions in Doug Ford government
Killing provincial green funding program hurts biomass heating opportunities

Killing provincial green funding program hurts biomass heating opportunities

Northern communities, businesses rallying to convince Ford government to continue wood heating pilots
Book examines closure of Sturgeon Falls paper mill

Book examines closure of Sturgeon Falls paper mill

One Job Town: Work, Belonging and Betrayal is the result of years of in-depth research by researcher and author Steven High.