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Biotech cluster in the offing

By KELLY LOUISEIZE Out of a need to propel the northern region forward, Northern Centre for Biotechnology and Clinical Research put forth an application to form a committee to study and establish biotechnology initiatives here in the North.

BRAND seeks information on North's need for broadband (11/03)

NEOnet has been asked by Industry Canada's Broadband for Rural and Northern Development (BRAND) program for more information on the need for broadband in several northern communities.

Avoid pitfalls when outsourcing (11/03)

By ANDREW WAREING Sometimes it just makes sense to have someone do what a business does not have the resources or the background to do itself. name="valign" top > Denis Castonguay, e-business specialist for e-Sudbury.

WISE girls change perceptions in industry (06/05)

By ADELLE LARMOUR It is funky, flashy and informative.

Innovator gets students on-board (05/05)

By ADELLE LARMOUR Call them boards of education.

New Pen pals (05/05)

By IAN ROSS A new alliance with a Mississauga-based software developer could open up new doors to bigger markets for a small northeastern Ontario high-tech firm.

Joining the global village (03/05)

By KELLY LOUISEIZE Northern Ontario will always have remote communities, but they no longer have to be isolated.

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.

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.

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.