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Sudbury entrepreneurs will pitch ideas this May

Sudbury entrepreneurs will pitch ideas this May

Four contenders to compete for prize money at NORCAT Pitch event
Sudbury business incubator seeking tenants

Sudbury business incubator seeking tenants

Submission process now open to earn a spot at Innovation Quarters
Province to review how workers are compensated for occupational illness

Province to review how workers are compensated for occupational illness

Results of the first-of-its-kind study are expected in December
<updated>Indigenous Leaders:</updated> Gerry Brandon delivers culture in the cuisine

Indigenous Leaders: Gerry Brandon delivers culture in the cuisine

Haileybury Indigenous restaurant reopens its doors for the first time since the pandemic outbreak
Federal government runs risk of ‘driving economy into ground and driving people crazy’ says small business leader

Federal government runs risk of ‘driving economy into ground and driving people crazy’ says small business leader

Small business sector sending cry for help to federal government before April budget announcement
<updated>Women Leaders in Business:</updated> Teen businesswoman hopes to attract campers to Northern Ontario

Women Leaders in Business: Teen businesswoman hopes to attract campers to Northern Ontario

Mylène Coulombe-Gratton is the 18-year-old owner-operator of Follow Her North, a Hearst-based adventure company
Province's $5M program aims to remove barriers for racialized, Indigenous entrepreneurs

Province's $5M program aims to remove barriers for racialized, Indigenous entrepreneurs

Successful applicants will receive a $10,000 grant and training to grow their businesses
Province announces flurry of funds for the North

Province announces flurry of funds for the North

Forestry, agriculture, tourism among industries to benefit from millions in funding
<updated>Generational Business:</updated> Downtown gem helps Sault residents celebrate life’s achievements

Generational Business: Downtown gem helps Sault residents celebrate life’s achievements

Now run by the third generation of the Rosset family, Savoy’s Jewellers has been in business since 1952
<updated>Women Leaders in Business:</updated>  Supporting local artisans has sustained Callander import company

Women Leaders in Business: Supporting local artisans has sustained Callander import company

Jennifer McNutt Bywater has promoted Fair Trade and sustainable practices in her specialty gift store for 30 years