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Energy board delays decision on East-West Tie

Energy board delays decision on East-West Tie

Provincial regulator wants cost certainty from transmission line project bidders
Sault steelmaker looks to the computer geeks

Sault steelmaker looks to the computer geeks

Innovation Centre looks for efficiencies at Algoma Steel
$300-million upgrade to focus on Algoma Steel's DSPC, plate mill

$300-million upgrade to focus on Algoma Steel's DSPC, plate mill

For the first time in three years, the steel mill stood proud and unassisted late Friday afternoon, free of all restrictions imposed by the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act
Algoma Steel emerges from creditor protection

Algoma Steel emerges from creditor protection

New owners promising plant modernization, new hires
Timmins bucket shop expanding to new space

Timmins bucket shop expanding to new space

The Bucket Shop is all tapped out.
Being fast and flexible keeps Corbeil injection molder humming

Being fast and flexible keeps Corbeil injection molder humming

Don Champagne’s first foray into entrepreneurship almost crash landed before it off the ground.
Sault truss company servicing the North

Sault truss company servicing the North

After sitting idle for two years, GR Truss is back in operation, heading into its second full year of production with an optimistic view of the housing market.
North Bay plant keeping eye on energy charge

North Bay plant keeping eye on energy charge

If Fabrene faces a five-fold increase on part of its energy bill, the North Bay plant will close.
Diversification keeps machine shop busy

Diversification keeps machine shop busy

Starting off in business in the depths of a recession taught the owners of North Bay’s Resolution Machining a vital lesson: the importance of diversification.