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Rail regulator approves sale of CN track to U.S. short-line owner

Rail regulator approves sale of CN track to U.S. short-line owner

The proposed 'Bear train' will need an agreement with short-line operator Watco to run between Oba and Hearst on the CN right-of-way
New section of road opens on Highway 69

New section of road opens on Highway 69

Fourteen kilometres of road have been four-laned in French River area
Province providing $6M for winter roads construction

Province providing $6M for winter roads construction

Network enables First Nations, remote communities to access essential goods
Icebreaker set to arrive in Thunder Bay area

Icebreaker set to arrive in Thunder Bay area

U.S. Coast Guard cutter Katmai Bay will help keep shipping lanes on Lake Superior open as temperatures continue to dip
Sault Ste. Marie Airport passenger numbers taking off as travel testing requirements come into effect

Sault Ste. Marie Airport passenger numbers taking off as travel testing requirements come into effect

Airport completes refurbishment of its 1960s-era cross-wind runway at a cost of just over $10 million
Province willing to road test 2 + 1 highway model

Province willing to road test 2 + 1 highway model

Queen's Park heeds call from northeastern Ontario communities for improved Highway 11 safety
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