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That’s a wrap

That’s a wrap

Port of Thunder Bay shutters for the winter
Sudbury truck shop fire causes $10M in damage

Sudbury truck shop fire causes $10M in damage

The fire marshal is still investigating the cause of a weekend blaze at Sudbury Truck and Trailer Centre.
Quite the haul

Quite the haul

Keefer Terminal hits 19-year high on marine cargo handling
Temiskaming chamber, municipality lobby for a safer Highway 11

Temiskaming chamber, municipality lobby for a safer Highway 11

A fatal collision on Nov. 24 has renewed the discussion for better safety measures along the highway.
Swiss Space Systems declared bankrupt

Swiss Space Systems declared bankrupt

S3 was trying to make space more accessible by creating low-cost, reusable satellite launchers and it also intended to offer zero-gravity flights from North Bay to the general public in 2017.
Timmins drawing new business with industrial rail park

Timmins drawing new business with industrial rail park

The City of Timmins is nearing completion on its 36-acre industrial rail park, which is attracting clients that require direct access to a rail line.
Gin-Cor recognized for contributions to business community

Gin-Cor recognized for contributions to business community

Company nominated for Canadian Chamber of Commerce award
Manitoulin Transport reaches donation milestone

Manitoulin Transport reaches donation milestone

Company donates annually in lieu of holiday client gifts.
Thunder Bay port hums with fall activity

Thunder Bay port hums with fall activity

Grain shippers move 900,000 tonnes in November
International Bridge inspection results in ‘good’ rating

International Bridge inspection results in ‘good’ rating

Routine maintenance scheduled for 2017 will resolve minor issues following the annual inspection of the Sault Ste. Marie span.