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Groundbreaking for new North Bay data centre set for Monday

Groundbreaking for new North Bay data centre set for Monday

Validus' North Bay site is first of many power-to-data sites offering more than 100 jobs across Northern Ontario
Northwestern Ontario Innovation Centre crowns its champions

Northwestern Ontario Innovation Centre crowns its champions

Innovation winners released in five award categories
Trades ticket ‘the biggest asset’ for women considering skilled labour careers

Trades ticket ‘the biggest asset’ for women considering skilled labour careers

Upcoming Jill of All Trades event aims to inspire young women to take up trades work
High-speed internet installed in northeastern Cree community

High-speed internet installed in northeastern Cree community

Cochrane Tel completes network into Taykwa Tagamou Nation
Business app to verify vaccine status now available

Business app to verify vaccine status now available

Verify Ontario, released Oct. 15, scans QR codes of customers
<updated>The Drift:</updated> North Bay-devised drone ready for underground rescue and recovery efforts

The Drift: North Bay-devised drone ready for underground rescue and recovery efforts

Purpose-built Emergency Response Drone latest product offering from SafeSight Exploration
Algoma Steel, Legato to seal the merger deal next week

Algoma Steel, Legato to seal the merger deal next week

Sault Ste. Marie steelmaker returning to public markets for first time since 2007  
Sault College welcomed first cohort to mechatronics program in September

Sault College welcomed first cohort to mechatronics program in September

Four-year degree program to deliver skills and knowledge in mechanical, electrical and computer engineering
Temiskaming cobalt refinery owner pockets a key permit

Temiskaming cobalt refinery owner pockets a key permit

First Cobalt waiting on third and final approval to start refinery expansion
High-speed internet will be a ‘game-changer’ for remote Indigenous communities

High-speed internet will be a ‘game-changer’ for remote Indigenous communities

Rapid Lynx project will connect five fly-in First Nations via 700km fibre-optic, long-haul line