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Sudburian named Young Global Leader

Sudburian named Young Global Leader

Alicia Woods, manager of Marcotte Mining, has been recognized by the World Economic Forum for her work in the mining service and supply industry.
Innovation centre gets business funding

Innovation centre gets business funding

The Northwestern Ontario Innovation Centre will launch pilot programs to help small enterprises.
Province provides $203,206 for Indigenous business initiatives

Province provides $203,206 for Indigenous business initiatives

Animbiigoo Zaagi'igan Anishinaabek, Eabametoong First Nation, and Missanabie Cree First Nation are the recipient communities.
Timmins eatery focusing on food after year of break-ins

Timmins eatery focusing on food after year of break-ins

In 2016, Radical Gardens was the target of seven break-ins and a rash of vandalism, negatively impacting the fledgling agri-food business.
North Bay chamber seeks new leader

North Bay chamber seeks new leader

Longtime executive director Patti Carr leaving the position for a role in policy and communications.
Innovation centre receives federal funding

Innovation centre receives federal funding

Provided by FedNor, $460,000 in funding will go toward the Step Forward Entrepreneurs Program at Innovation Initiatives Ontario North in North Bay.
Nipissing project aims to create 100 jobs

Nipissing project aims to create 100 jobs

Additional funding for an ongoing program is providing incentives for new hires.
Northern business and labour groups applaud new labour minister

Northern business and labour groups applaud new labour minister

Patty Hajdu was appointed to the Labour portfolio in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's cabinet shuffle on Jan. 10.
Women’s economic development organization seeks nominations

Women’s economic development organization seeks nominations

The PARO Centre for Women’s Enterprise: North East will host a dinner and awards ceremony in March in North Bay.
Sudbury boat manufacturer gets FedNor funds

Sudbury boat manufacturer gets FedNor funds

Legend Boats, a family-run business that employs 96 people, will use repayable federal funding to improve operational processes.