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‘It’s crazy beautiful’: Place des Arts open for business

‘It’s crazy beautiful’: Place des Arts open for business

Staff and board members eager to show off ‘top-notch’ facility to the rest of Sudbury community
Crews work to get fire-damaged Chi-Cheemaun ship-shape for May

Crews work to get fire-damaged Chi-Cheemaun ship-shape for May

Owen Sound Transportation Commission anticipates ferry will be ready to sail May 6
Northern Ontario tourism initiatives land $3.8M in federal funding

Northern Ontario tourism initiatives land $3.8M in federal funding

Indigenous Tourism Ontario, Science North will use capital for four projects
More provincial funds announced for Northern projects

More provincial funds announced for Northern projects

Northern Ontario Heritage Fund announcements for the week of April 11
Cruise ship visits expected to put wind in Sault tourism's sails

Cruise ship visits expected to put wind in Sault tourism's sails

The city is anticipating 31 stops at the Roberta Bondar port between May and September
City of Thunder Bay aims to jumpstart corporate travel with Bring it Here campaign

City of Thunder Bay aims to jumpstart corporate travel with Bring it Here campaign

Corporate travel like meetings and conferences make up about 25 per cent of local tourism economy.
Still much work to do before return of northeastern passenger rail

Still much work to do before return of northeastern passenger rail

Province, Ontario Northland must reach agreement with CN, study infrastructure upgrades, round out the business case over the next three years
Viking Octantis cruise ship already 'sold out' for several of its initial visits to Thunder Bay

Viking Octantis cruise ship already 'sold out' for several of its initial visits to Thunder Bay

Dock improvements are underway, and arrangements are made for land transportation for visitors
FedNor announces $1.7M for Kenora projects

FedNor announces $1.7M for Kenora projects

Money comes through the Tourism Relief Fund, designed to help businesses impacted by COVID
<updated>Women Leaders in Business:</updated> Teen businesswoman hopes to attract campers to Northern Ontario

Women Leaders in Business: Teen businesswoman hopes to attract campers to Northern Ontario

Mylène Coulombe-Gratton is the 18-year-old owner-operator of Follow Her North, a Hearst-based adventure company