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Green energy workshops slated for February

Green energy workshops slated for February

Green Economy North will share information about community energy planning with residents along the North Shore of Lake Huron.
Self-sustainability sprouts from greenhouse plans

Self-sustainability sprouts from greenhouse plans

Building project at Wikwemikong High School aims to launch more skills programs, support green initiatives
New federal rules coming for natural resource projects

New federal rules coming for natural resource projects

Caution, optimism from mining industry over environmental assessment legislation
Bio-refinery funding boost

Bio-refinery funding boost

Resolute Forest Products and Ottawa collaborate on green product research
Incentives to offset cost of electric vehicle charging stations

Incentives to offset cost of electric vehicle charging stations

New provincial program will offer businesses 80 per cent of cost to install Level 2 chargers.
Green fields ahead for Kapuskasing cannabis grower

Green fields ahead for Kapuskasing cannabis grower

CannAssist Canada expects growing domestic and international demand for its product
Matawa First Nations exploring green energy options

Matawa First Nations exploring green energy options

FedNor providing $240,000 for renewable energy readiness assessment
Tesla plugs into Sudbury

Tesla plugs into Sudbury

Electric car company installs charging infrastructure
Blind River, Elliot Lake eliminated from nuclear storage vetting process

Blind River, Elliot Lake eliminated from nuclear storage vetting process

Ignace, Manitouwadge and Hornepayne still in the running
Kapuskasing signs agreement for medical marijuana facility

Kapuskasing signs agreement for medical marijuana facility

CannAssist Canada Inc. is proposing a 29,000-square-foot production facility at the town’s airport.