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Feds, province announce $318M to extend broadband to Northern Ontario

Feds, province announce $318M to extend broadband to Northern Ontario

Programming will help 50,000 rural households in region
<updated>The Drift:</updated> Sudbury-made robotic arm automates load-wire-fire underground

The Drift: Sudbury-made robotic arm automates load-wire-fire underground

Unique consortium comes together to fine-tune TesMan technology
Better community-owned broadband coming to Dubreuilville

Better community-owned broadband coming to Dubreuilville

Township and Community Network Partners reach agreement for community-owned fibre optic network
Algoma Steel digs into the details on upgrading to electric arc furnaces

Algoma Steel digs into the details on upgrading to electric arc furnaces

If approved by ownership, steel producer promises best contaminant capture controls from new steelmaking technology
Construction robotics technology could address housing issues in the Far North

Construction robotics technology could address housing issues in the Far North

Sudbury-led research project aims to build user-friendly cable-driven parallel robot for large construction projects
Province commits to connecting everyone by late 2025

Province commits to connecting everyone by late 2025

Queen's Park earmarks $4 billion for high-speed internet delivery across Ontario
Cobalt refinery operators have ambitious plans for 'Battery Park'

Cobalt refinery operators have ambitious plans for 'Battery Park'

First Cobalt seeks to bring manufacturing partner to northeastern Ontario for value-added processing
Sudbury lands $40 million in federal funding to steer cross-Canada mining innovation network

Sudbury lands $40 million in federal funding to steer cross-Canada mining innovation network

Mining Innovation Commercialization Accelerator will unlock $100 million in private investment to share knowledge, advance innovative technologies
Steelworkers local president boycotted prime minister's Algoma Steel announcement

Steelworkers local president boycotted prime minister's Algoma Steel announcement

Local 2251 accuses steelmaker of violating collective agreement by refusing to consult it on cost-cutting measures
Thunder Bay archaeologist ready to lend a hand on residential school investigations

Thunder Bay archaeologist ready to lend a hand on residential school investigations

Woodland Heritage Northwest's Dave Norris urges Indigenous communities to steer the protocol process