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Competition stays hot for Ring of Fire processing plant

Competition stays hot for Ring of Fire processing plant

Noront Resources boss offers insight into ferrochrome facility selection process
Noront shortlists Sault and Timmins as potential sites for ferrochrome smelter

Noront shortlists Sault and Timmins as potential sites for ferrochrome smelter

Ring of Fire developer Noront Resources receives community bid packages for smelter project
Noront's site selection process for ferrochrome smelter drags on

Noront's site selection process for ferrochrome smelter drags on

Environmental work begins on Ring of Fire north-south corridor as new provincial government sworn in
Don’t forget resource revenue sharing, treaty rights, says NAN council

Don’t forget resource revenue sharing, treaty rights, says NAN council

First Nations expect new provincial government to honour project, agreement commitments.
Ignace puts plan in place to woo business, investment

Ignace puts plan in place to woo business, investment

Township offering incentives in campaign to revitalize community
Start of environmental process for Ring of Fire roads angers isolated First Nations

Start of environmental process for Ring of Fire roads angers isolated First Nations

Neskantaga, Eabemetoong out to stop provincial road-building process that excludes them
Left in limbo in Pickle Lake

Left in limbo in Pickle Lake

Old mine waste issues continue to stall development in northwestern Ontario community
First Nation concerns dominate Ring of Fire forum

First Nation concerns dominate Ring of Fire forum

Education, impact to Indigenous communities hot topics at Mining Science Café in Sudbury focusing on development plans
Noront eager for start of Ring of Fire road construction

Noront eager for start of Ring of Fire road construction

First Nation community takes partial stake in mining company in share deal
Could the road, railway to the Ring of Fire be built by foreign workers?

Could the road, railway to the Ring of Fire be built by foreign workers?

Union warns Trans-Pacific trade deal potentially undermines Canadian contractors, tradespeople on big resource projects