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Confidence is low in Ontario’s economic outlook

Confidence is low in Ontario’s economic outlook

Chamber survey indicates northeastern business owners see dim prospects in 2018
Trailblazing Sudbury lawyer dies at 90

Trailblazing Sudbury lawyer dies at 90

Mary Weaver was the first woman to be partner in a Northern Ontario law firm
Sault considers converting one-way streets

Sault considers converting one-way streets

Traffic study underway to weigh benefits to business, residents
Angel investor group nets $1.26 million

Angel investor group nets $1.26 million

Federal government will provide funds over three years
Two brains are better than one

Two brains are better than one

Two Brain Workshop wants to help businesses succeed and grow.
Coffee shop wins Sault business pitch contest

Coffee shop wins Sault business pitch contest

Scott Coffee Co. earned a business grant, office space, and additional resources worth $15,000.
Thunder Bay businesses looking into business with India

Thunder Bay businesses looking into business with India

Networking event focused on creating international partnerships
North Bay Chamber hands out annual business awards

North Bay Chamber hands out annual business awards

Businesses were recognized in six categories.
Sudbury businesses decry proposed corporate tax changes

Sudbury businesses decry proposed corporate tax changes

Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce hosts panel discussion to inform members on federal plans and what they can do to make their voices heard
Federal government to reduce small-business tax

Federal government to reduce small-business tax

North Bay & District Chamber of Commerce welcomes changes