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Bounty of bucks for Northern agriculture

Bounty of bucks for Northern agriculture

Queen’s Park plants $15.6 million to seed farming projects.
Have your say on First Mining Gold’s EA

Have your say on First Mining Gold’s EA

Northwest gold mine developer in full swing on environmental assessment
Pacific White shrimp find a home in the North

Pacific White shrimp find a home in the North

Newest aquaculture business growing seafood staple south of Sudbury
Elliot Lake, Samsung Renewable Energy sign renewable energy agreement

Elliot Lake, Samsung Renewable Energy sign renewable energy agreement

The two parties will develop green energy capture and storage for city facilities
Canadore to teach green-building techniques

Canadore to teach green-building techniques

Provincial funding to allow for carpentry shop retrofit, new program
Sudbury organization recognizes ‘green’ businesses

Sudbury organization recognizes ‘green’ businesses

Green Economy North selected six recipients for annual awards celebrating eco-friendly efforts.
Pain of high power bills was “worth it”

Pain of high power bills was “worth it”

Switch to green energy was necessary to improve air quality, address health risks, says Ontario environmental commissioner
Rebound in mining attracts environmental firm to Thunder Bay

Rebound in mining attracts environmental firm to Thunder Bay

Ottawa’s BluMetric Environmental opening second Northern Ontario office
Expansion in the works for Atikokan wood pellet mill

Expansion in the works for Atikokan wood pellet mill

Chapleau forestry company spinoff eyes home heating market, export opportunities
Constance Lake, Hearst partner on waste management project

Constance Lake, Hearst partner on waste management project

Project to help reduce waste, increase mutual understanding, and set tone for future collaboration