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Indigenous cosmetics creator named Indspire business leader

Indigenous cosmetics creator named Indspire business leader

Jenn Harper of Cheekbone Beauty among 2022 award winners
<updated>Women Leaders in Business:</updated> Abiding curiosity drives the work of long-time Timmins business leader

Women Leaders in Business: Abiding curiosity drives the work of long-time Timmins business leader

Noella Rinaldo brings a lifetime of experience to new economic development role
Tech company nets $10K in prize funds for safety technology

Tech company nets $10K in prize funds for safety technology

Kitchener’s CircuitIQ makes software that finds and maps electrical circuits
Timmins Chamber celebrates best in business

Timmins Chamber celebrates best in business

Annual Nova Awards took place on May 12
Northern Ontario firms make the grade as best managed companies

Northern Ontario firms make the grade as best managed companies

McDougall Energy, J.L. Richards have each stayed on list for more than a decade
French River Trading Post owners ‘frustrated’ with lack of highway signage

French River Trading Post owners ‘frustrated’ with lack of highway signage

Owners of landmark Highway 69 tourist stop now find themselves off the beaten path with four-lane expansion
<updated>Generational Business:</updated> Service with a smile is all in the family at Sault butcher shop

Generational Business: Service with a smile is all in the family at Sault butcher shop

City Meat Market has served downtown patrons since 1910
Wardlaw Heating & Cooling sold to St. Catharines-based company

Wardlaw Heating & Cooling sold to St. Catharines-based company

Sault Ste. Marie business was established in 1981
One-day business conference coming to Sudbury this fall

One-day business conference coming to Sudbury this fall

Northern Ontario Angels, Sudbury cohosting inaugural Venture North event
Province studying boost to injured worker compensation

Province studying boost to injured worker compensation

WSIB payout could increase to 90 per cent of take-home pay