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Lakehead U adds food research chair

Lakehead U adds food research chair

Sustainable food on Dr. Charles Levkoe’s plate
Going green pays off

Going green pays off

Sudbury businesses reaping financial rewards of sustainability
Vale slashes nickel refinery emissions

Vale slashes nickel refinery emissions

Completion of $75 million project puts the Sudbury miner in compliance with government regs on airborne emissions
Espanola greenhouse builder becomes farmer to prove technology

Espanola greenhouse builder becomes farmer to prove technology

Greenhouses Canada is pushing the envelope for indoor growing in Northern Ontario.
Awards recognize biomass advocates across Ontario

Awards recognize biomass advocates across Ontario

Key contributors from across the province were lauded by the Biomass North Development Centre in North Bay on Oct. 25, during the organization’s inaugural awards gala.
Jumpstarting the bioeconomy

Jumpstarting the bioeconomy

Bioeconomy group wants home-grown, wood-sourced heating solutions
Sturgeon populations returning with protection program

Sturgeon populations returning with protection program

For more than 25 years, Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has made it a priority to monitor the populations of lake sturgeon in its operating areas. And it’s starting to see some progress.
Sault pesticide company sold to Montreal buyer

Sault pesticide company sold to Montreal buyer

Sault Ste. Marie company BioForest Technologies, the maker of TreeAzin, a natural pesticide that destroys the emerald ash borer (EAB) beetle, has been sold to a larger company.
Pic Mobert energized by generating stations opening

Pic Mobert energized by generating stations opening

The Ontario Waterpower Association congratulated Pic Mobert First Nation and Regional Power Inc. on the completion of its Gitchi Animki hydroelectric project in northwestern Ontario.
Northwest pipes up on Energy East

Northwest pipes up on Energy East

Transporting oil by pipeline is preferable and safer than rail transport, said leaders with the Northwestern Ontario Municipal Association (NOMA).