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Low-wage workers will feel economic brunt of virus spread

Low-wage workers will feel economic brunt of virus spread

Conference Board expects weakest year for growth since 2008 crash
North Bay-area plastic parts maker ready to step into the COVID-19 fight

North Bay-area plastic parts maker ready to step into the COVID-19 fight

Expanding Corbeil injection molder is available to make medical parts should the call come
Steelmaker’s used tires to find new life

Steelmaker’s used tires to find new life

Algoma Steel removing 850 tonnes of used tires from Sault property
Timmins welder-fabricator hiring, expanding operations

Timmins welder-fabricator hiring, expanding operations

DJB Mining Products lands $606,827 in federal funds
Northern manufacturers land $1.5M in funding

Northern manufacturers land $1.5M in funding

Provincial money to help expand operations, create jobs
Ministry investigating after Algoma Steel employees exposed to toxic substance

Ministry investigating after Algoma Steel employees exposed to toxic substance

Sault steelmaker, United Steelworkers participating in investigation
Temiskaming cobalt refinery could restart by November

Temiskaming cobalt refinery could restart by November

First Cobalt awaits outcome of plant feasibility study as talks with Glencore continue over supply agreement
Apprenticeship programs to fill North Bay jobs

Apprenticeship programs to fill North Bay jobs

Province providing $600,000 for three programs
Timmins mining service providers land $700,000 in provincial funds

Timmins mining service providers land $700,000 in provincial funds

New NOHFC programs forthcoming
Sudbury custom steel fabricator wins bid for Summer Games complex

Sudbury custom steel fabricator wins bid for Summer Games complex

Local family-owned business will supply structural steel for the Canada Games Park in Niagara Falls