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North Bay's new casino opened March 9

North Bay's new casino opened March 9

Following COVID-related delays, $31-million gaming facility is open for business
Cambrian College relaunching hospitality management program

Cambrian College relaunching hospitality management program

Two-year diploma program starts at Sudbury campus in May
Place des Arts will officially open its doors on April 29

Place des Arts will officially open its doors on April 29

After many construction and pandemic woes, the arts centre is about to welcome its first audiences
Indigenous Leaders: Lifelong approach to learning fuels tourism leader's advocacy

Indigenous Leaders: Lifelong approach to learning fuels tourism leader's advocacy

Kevin Eshkawkogan envisions a future in which Indigenous communities and entrepreneurs play an equitable role in economic development projects
North Bay will host national curling event in October

North Bay will host national curling event in October

First event in Pinty's Grand Slam of Curling will take place at Memorial Gardens
Porter Airlines ready to return to cottage country

Porter Airlines ready to return to cottage country

Toronto-to-Muskoka service returns June 24
New association represents Sudbury’s hospitality sector

New association represents Sudbury’s hospitality sector

Greater Sudbury Hospitality Association currently has 21 members
Sault set to sell M.S. Norgoma for the price of a second-hand trombone

Sault set to sell M.S. Norgoma for the price of a second-hand trombone

Sale will save the city $40 a day in docking fees
Sudbury's Science North announces new interim CEO

Sudbury's Science North announces new interim CEO

Jennifer Booth will take over in March when current CEO Guy Labine leaves for the Arizona Science Center
Lake of the Woods boating crowd uplifted by repairs to marine railway (updated)

Lake of the Woods boating crowd uplifted by repairs to marine railway (updated)

Province spending $800,000-plus to upgrade boat transfer by summer