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Mining-polluted water a potential source of antibiotics

Mining-polluted water a potential source of antibiotics

University research reveals links between algae and health benefits
Biosolids rejuvenate mining wasteland

Biosolids rejuvenate mining wasteland

Reclamation project at Vale tailings ponds in Copper Cliff wins award
Kirkland Lake cannabis producer fully operational

Kirkland Lake cannabis producer fully operational

Women’s health and wellness market is focus of female CEO of 48North Cannabis
On the hunt for farmland in the northeast

On the hunt for farmland in the northeast

Assembly project seeks parcels for agriculture
Putting the brand on northwest beef farming

Putting the brand on northwest beef farming

Farmers put value chain in place to build consumer market for beef products
Manitoulin First Nation wants provincial wood heating program restored

Manitoulin First Nation wants provincial wood heating program restored

Wood pellet mill on Wiikwemkoong’s agenda to achieve energy self-sufficiency
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
Outdoor growing suits Kirkland Lake pot producer just fine

Outdoor growing suits Kirkland Lake pot producer just fine

48North Cannabis applauds Ottawa for allowing for cheaper growing method
Tailings reclamation with Vale wins award

Tailings reclamation with Vale wins award

Copper Cliff site experiment with Burlington-based company earns accolades from Water Environment Association of Ontario
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