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Flicker of hope for natural gas

Flicker of hope for natural gas

Sioux Lookout is rethinking its natural gas pipeline plan after Ontario’s energy regulator thrust the cost burden onto the community.
Tbaytel expands fibre to Fort Frances

Tbaytel expands fibre to Fort Frances

Tbaytel has announced it will be expanding its fibre-optic technology into Fort Frances in 2017.
Treasury Metals gears up for mining with new CEO

Treasury Metals gears up for mining with new CEO

Chris Stewart named new president-CEO
Energy board decision stifling northwest natural gas expansion

Energy board decision stifling northwest natural gas expansion

Municipalities want cost recovery decision revisited
Co-op building Dryden propane storage facility

Co-op building Dryden propane storage facility

Federated Co-operatives (FCL) is establishing a new propane storage facility in Dryden. The facility will be located in the Norwill Industrial Park and will distribute propane to customers throughout northwestern Ontario.
Dryden food co-op grows its stable of producers, consumers

Dryden food co-op grows its stable of producers, consumers

A popular food co-operative in northwestern Ontario has grown its online presence in bridging the gap between farmers and devotees of locally produced food.
Dryden puts airport expansion, business needs on its radar

Dryden puts airport expansion, business needs on its radar

Airports are not just places to catch a flight; they‘re fast becoming economic drivers in the many Northern communities. Future economic opportunities for Dryden may come by air rather than down the Trans-Canada Highway.
Aboriginal Affairs at the table for food distribution network

Aboriginal Affairs at the table for food distribution network

One of the North’s most extensive and meaningful social enterprise ventures will finally take off next year with the construction of a First Nations regional food distribution centre in Sioux Lookout.
Northwest rice harvester gaining popularity

Northwest rice harvester gaining popularity

Kailey Divers’ first appearance at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair last fall proved to be a productive trip for the northwestern Ontario wild rice harvester.
Northwestern-produced hunting show enters second season

Northwestern-produced hunting show enters second season

Marc McNay is living the dream. The fledgling Dryden-based television producer is set to air the second season of his outdoor show on Wild TV with a screening party in his hometown.