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Northern Ontario Angels announces new executive director

Northern Ontario Angels announces new executive director

Dalton MacFarlane will take over the helm on Jan. 4
Weary hooves given a place to rest at the North's newest cattle stopover

Weary hooves given a place to rest at the North's newest cattle stopover

Kapuskasing farming couple opens Feed & Water Cow Mootel at former demonstration farm
Thunder Bay company expands to the Sault to perform COVID testing

Thunder Bay company expands to the Sault to perform COVID testing

North Stream Safety and Rehab opens office in city's north end
<updated>Generational Business:</updated> Resilience and an allegiance to community are hallmarks of this Timmins apparel shop

Generational Business: Resilience and an allegiance to community are hallmarks of this Timmins apparel shop

In business for more than a century, Steinberg & Mahn has served generations of men
Sudbury hardware store fined $55K after worker falls through skylight

Sudbury hardware store fined $55K after worker falls through skylight

Employee was clearing snow from a shed on the yard when he fell about 11 feet, suffering injuries
Winners named for 34th annual Northern Ontario Business Awards

Winners named for 34th annual Northern Ontario Business Awards

Event celebrates nine outstanding business leaders from across the North
Sault security firm expands to Sudbury

Sault security firm expands to Sudbury

NORPRO sets up shop near city's south end
Opportunity breeds entrepreneurship for Sudbury drone operator

Opportunity breeds entrepreneurship for Sudbury drone operator

InCapture’s Cameron Perdue featured as part of Innovation for a Greater Sudbury 2021
Wiikwemkoong celebrates opening of FN95 mask manufacturing plant

Wiikwemkoong celebrates opening of FN95 mask manufacturing plant

Manitoulin Island plant creates 50 jobs, long-term partnerships with Vaughan medical equipment manufacturer and North Shore distributor
Sault Chamber of Commerce calls for small business relief in border communities

Sault Chamber of Commerce calls for small business relief in border communities

Eight-month border closure has been "devastating" to tourism-dependent businesses