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Security guards, PSWs, nurses top Sault job postings for 2020

Security guards, PSWs, nurses top Sault job postings for 2020

December employment numbers up, but we’ve got January lockdown to contend with, analysts say
Ford disappointed small business owners not tapping into government relief funding

Ford disappointed small business owners not tapping into government relief funding

Ski hills will remain closed during province-wide lockdown to avoid winter tourism spread of the virus
Extending Northern Ontario shutdown 'slap in the face' for many businesses: MPP

Extending Northern Ontario shutdown 'slap in the face' for many businesses: MPP

The shutdown's been extended to Jan. 23
Thunder Bay immigration pilot called 'success'

Thunder Bay immigration pilot called 'success'

Sixty-nine newcomers in professional positions recommended for permanent resident status
Queen's Park offers forest sector more COVID-19 relief

Queen's Park offers forest sector more COVID-19 relief

Province to roll out funding to companies for pandemic safety measures
Timmins BIA hopeful for retailers to reopen this weekend

Timmins BIA hopeful for retailers to reopen this weekend

Northern Ontario scheduled to emerge from provincially mandated shutdown on Jan. 9
Northern ski hills banning southern Ont. residents during January lockdown

Northern ski hills banning southern Ont. residents during January lockdown

Boogie Mountain in Espanola and Laurentian Ski Hill in North Bay both say proof of residency will be required to ski
FedNor invested ‘unprecedented’ $122M in 2020

FedNor invested ‘unprecedented’ $122M in 2020

Economic development minister vows to continue supporting northern companies for ‘as long as it takes’
Small businesses eligible for support funds amid provincial shutdown

Small businesses eligible for support funds amid provincial shutdown

One-time grant can be used as business owners see fit
Beef farmers, Rainy River businesses receive government funding

Beef farmers, Rainy River businesses receive government funding

Feds and provincial chip in to cover costs of feeding market-ready cattle