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Manitoulin Group of Companies acquires B.C. delivery companies

Manitoulin Group of Companies acquires B.C. delivery companies

Purchase of Diamond Delivery and First Canadian Messenger will expand company’s Western Canada holdings
Western grain movements lagging at Port of Thunder Bay

Western grain movements lagging at Port of Thunder Bay

General cargoes of steel, fertilizers gaining momentum
Timmins chosen for Northern Ontario passenger rail terminus

Timmins chosen for Northern Ontario passenger rail terminus

Timmins Mayor calls province's decision "positive news" for community
North Bay and Thunder Bay represented among Canada's Top 100 Women

North Bay and Thunder Bay represented among Canada's Top 100 Women

Ontario Northland's Corina Moore and Ontario Native Women's Association chief exec Cora McGuire-Cyrette join very select company of national leadership
Manitoulin Transport acquires Provost Freight Lines

Manitoulin Transport acquires Provost Freight Lines

Transport company expands holdings to better serve Western Canada
Tough Western Canadian harvest means less grain on the dock in Thunder Bay

Tough Western Canadian harvest means less grain on the dock in Thunder Bay

Potash marine shipments double during September
Porter Airlines restores service to northeastern Ontario

Porter Airlines restores service to northeastern Ontario

Toronto air carrier resumes flights to Sault, Sudbury, Timmins
Greater Sudbury to purchase Python 5000 pothole machine

Greater Sudbury to purchase Python 5000 pothole machine

The new machine from Saskatchewan will apply an additional 592 metric tonnes of asphalt to Greater Sudbury streets per year
Passenger levels continue climbing at Sault Ste. Marie Airport

Passenger levels continue climbing at Sault Ste. Marie Airport

Passenger volume still down 70 per cent from 2019 numbers
Prairie drought to impact Port of Thunder Bay grain volumes this fall

Prairie drought to impact Port of Thunder Bay grain volumes this fall

More European steel landing on the dock, destined for Western Canada