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Protocol promises bumpy ride to Kyoto (03/05)

Northern Ontario industry leaders are awaiting more details from the federal government on their approach to curb global warming.

Crown lands open window for wind power (03/05)

The opening up of Crown properties to wind power development has opened a door for a North Bay consultant. Terry Wojick owns Northern Wind Power, a wind assessment firm.

First Nation on cutting edge (01/05)

Pic River First Nation considers itself an Aboriginal trailblazer, moving towards achieving economic self-sufficiency and environmental stewardship.

Joint venture plots wind park (4/03)

Sailboaters and cottagers on Lake Superior know all too well of the power behind the prevailing northwesterly winds that sweep across the great lake.

Upgrades open floodgates for economy (03/05)

Improvements to drinking water supplies create a pipeline connecting directly into the economic development of a community.

Could peat meet energy needs? (09/05)

Peat Resources wants the Ontario government to join Finland, Ireland and other European countries in burning peat as a clean alternative to coal.

Clergue earns FSC certification (08/05)

Sault Ste. Marie - Officials at Clergue Forest Management Inc. are breathing easier after being awarded their Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification in June. The Sault Ste.

RUSS delivers secrets from the depths of Lake Ramsay (03/05)

New and surprising information is bubbling to the surface of Greater Sudbury's Ramsey Lake watershed. Scientists at Laurentian University are using new technology to discover how weather affects the chemical equilibrium of a lake.

Tembec to tackle Temiscaming treatment (01/05)

Tembec's Temiscaming, Que. operation has been plagued with a host of effluent treatment challenges, and it has not been for the lack of trying to find a solution.

Hydro projects proceed (12/04)

With cautious optimism Pic Mobert First Nation is continuing to move forward in developing two hydroelectric generating stations on the White River.