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Communities of Opportunity: Dryden

Communities of Opportunity: Dryden

Industry and business investment will find an ideal place to grow in the City of Dryden .
Aquaculture president pledges to keep ELA afloat

Aquaculture president pledges to keep ELA afloat

A Manitoulin Island fish farmer will rally support to keep the Experimental Lakes Area in northwestern Ontario operating for years to come.
Red Lake gas pipeline gets FedNor support

Red Lake gas pipeline gets FedNor support

The construction of a natural gas pipeline to Red Lake is being supported with a $2.7 million investment by FedNor.
Angel investors helping entrepreneurs succeed

Angel investors helping entrepreneurs succeed

Northern Ontario Enterprise Gateway (NOEG) could be considered a matchmaking service, but its clients aren't looking for love. Instead, they are seeking private investors willing to take a chance on their entrepreneurial ideas.
Kenora cruise ship won't haul anchor

Kenora cruise ship won't haul anchor

The co-owner of an iconic Lake of the Woods cruise ship said he's committed to keeping the M.S. Kenora on that city's waterfront.
Closure of sawmill has community looking for answers

Closure of sawmill has community looking for answers

Sioux Lookout Mayor Dennis Leney is asked what future job prospects there are that will keep working families and young people in his northwestern Ontario community.
Dedication to craftsmanship pays off for Lough Electric

Dedication to craftsmanship pays off for Lough Electric

M.C. Lough Electric in Dryden is not a place for clock watchers. Drive by their Kennedy Road shop at 6 a.m. or on Sunday mornings, and you'll likely see pickup trucks in the parking lot of the family-run electrical contracting firm.
Dryden mining supplier showcases electric vehicle

Dryden mining supplier showcases electric vehicle

Add the moniker of matchmaker to Bob Ray's title as president of RES Equipment Sales.
Dryden rental business stakes its claim

Dryden rental business stakes its claim

It may be crap to you, but it's Norm Balla's bread and butter. The Dryden entrepreneur is out to change the public's perception of portable toilets.
A new beginning for former Abitibi site

A new beginning for former Abitibi site

A modular home builder has expanded into buildings on a former Abitibi paper mill site in Kenora.