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Bentley boosts training at colleges (09/05)

The province has boosted its apprenticeship training program, and Northern Ontario is in on the action. Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities Chris Bentley announced Aug. 26 his ministry will be spending $13.

New law clamps down on e-business, negative-option billing (09/05)

By KRIS HARRIS Ontario consumers, have no fear.

Searching for an American market? Look no further (09/05)

By KELLY LOUISEIZE Refocused with a business-driven directive, the 12th annual Northern Networks Trade Conference promises to bring opportunities to eager Canadian businesses seeking out markets in the United States.

Wireless service coming to Manitoulin Island (03/05)

By IAN ROSS A new telecommunications company is offering Manitoulin Island residents a competitive choice where one hasn't been offered before. With national aspirations and targeting the niche First Nations market, FirstTEL Communication Corp.

Innovator gets students on-board (05/05)

By ADELLE LARMOUR Call them boards of education.

CorMac lands new Navy deal (05/05)

By CRAIG GILBERT Meek, reserved and imaginative are likely not the first three words that come to the mind of a Canadian after hearing "United States Navy.

To plug in, or not to plug in: there is no question (02/05)

By IAN ROSS Wireless Internet (Wi-Fi) hot spots are popping up at a frenzied pace across Canada, filling conventional gathering spots with the cyber-guests of patrons.

Office chair ergonomics (12/04)

By Trevor Schell In almost any aspect of daily life, people spend a great deal of time sitting down.

Highway 11 corridor merges with Information Superhighway - express (02/05)

High-speed Internet access will be delivered to rural homeowners and small businesses in the Highway 11 corridor around North Bay by early summer. The last chunk of provincial government funding needed to begin construction and delivery of a $6.

Network supports IT industry (11/04)

By JOSEPH QUESNEL Northern Ontario Business IT companies in the North are starting to see the benefits of networking their services to the outside world, says a regional IT project manager.