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A tentative restart to Northern Ontario's film, TV production industry

A tentative restart to Northern Ontario's film, TV production industry

Despite pandemic uncertainty, insurance woes around production, entrepreneurs and companies still committed to the region
UpNorth Foods inching toward commercialization

UpNorth Foods inching toward commercialization

Sault-based food processor seeking culinary tech to lead development
Federal immigration pilot showing early results in Thunder Bay

Federal immigration pilot showing early results in Thunder Bay

Economic development commission recommends 32 newcomers for residency
North Bay-area businesses getting support to boost online presence

North Bay-area businesses getting support to boost online presence

Main street small enterprises can now qualify for Digital Main Street program
Hatching Sault startup success will be under one roof

Hatching Sault startup success will be under one roof

Innovation Centre and Economic Development now sharing business incubator space
Funds helping North Bay brewery retool to produce hand sanitizer

Funds helping North Bay brewery retool to produce hand sanitizer

New Ontario Brewing Company’s goal is 100,000 litres to supply hospitals, pharmacies and grocers
New provincial energy plan and "modernized" Heritage Fund rolling out this fall

New provincial energy plan and "modernized" Heritage Fund rolling out this fall

Cabinet ministers touch on natural gas and rural broadband expansion at AMO conference
EACOM Timber recognized by Timmins business community

EACOM Timber recognized by Timmins business community

Foresty company acknowledged during annual business awards event
'Light shut right off' for women-led businesses during pandemic

'Light shut right off' for women-led businesses during pandemic

New report details common barriers faced by women entrepreneurs
Agri-food initiatives in Northern Ontario land $3M

Agri-food initiatives in Northern Ontario land $3M

Funds targetted at helping producers recover, grow post-COVID-19