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Aviation industry slow to take off (04/04)

By ANDREW WAREING Northern Ontario Business While most major centres in Northern Ontario are plotting economic strategies to spur airport development and growth in an effort to offset losses from reduced passenger air travel since 9/11, Thunder Bay's

Going my way? (11/04)

By IAN ROSS A reduction in flights to two northeastern Ontario airports has some frustrated business leaders pondering their transportation alternatives, which may not bode well for the immediate future of regional airline travel.

Into uncharted entrepreneurial territory (03/05)

By KELLY LOUISEIZE North American Charters 2000 has created significant turbulence by biting a hefty chunk out of the air carrier service sector. A few happy North American Charters 2000 passengers. But it didn't happen overnight.

Top 5 Exporters (07/05)

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Equipment supplier corners global contracts (07/05)

By KELLY LOUISEIZE Sudbury-based Mining Technologies International is spanning the globe in search of new opportunities. MTI's International business developments manager, Ed Sirkka.

Northern Academy feeds driver-hungry freight firms from across the province (10/05)

By ADELLE LARMOUR There is no industry that is better linked to how the economy is doing than trucking, says Jeff Smith, president of Northern Academy of Transportation Training in Greater Sudbury.

Bombardier wants province’s help (10/05)

By KELLY LOUISEIZE Thunder Bay community leaders have put forward a special package that could secure Bombardier’s long-term future in the North.

Dryden Airport paving the way (10/05)

By KELLY LOUISEIZE Construction upgrades are continuing on the Dryden Regional Airport as Miller Northwest Ltd. enters into stage two and three of runway upgrades.

Competition crux of port's declining grain shipments (10/03)

BY KELLY LOUISEIZE A number of variables have made it difficult for officials to pinpoint the reason why the Thunder Bay Port Authority's shipment of grain cargo has been declining over the years.

Northern ports await federal security dollars (10/04)

By IAN ROSS Three years after the Sept. 11 attacks, a federal program designed to tighten up security at Great Lakes ports still remains unclear on how millions will be spent to make Canada's ports more secure.