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Underground defence facility up for grabs (01/04)

By IAN ROSS Northern Ontario Business At least two data storage companies are interested in North Bay's soon-to-be-vacated underground air defence facility, known locally as the Hole.

Industry leaders take on greening (01/04)

By KELLY LOUISEIZE Northern Ontario Business Environmental acuity in the industrial sector is becoming increasingly prevalent.

Innovator of the month (12/03)

WESSMAN of North Bay, after six years of toiling with his idea, invented a set of wings that bolt onto each side of a snowblower and enables an extra six inches of snow to be cleared on either side.

Suppliers sourcing from U.S. coming out on top (03/04)

By IAN ROSS With a surging Canadian dollar, mounting losses in the Canadian softwood lumber industry and uncertainty in the price-sensitive automotive sector, the Canadian manufacturing scene is anything but stable.

Business leaders take on the tax man (11/03)

By IAN ROSS The executive of North Bay's Downtown Improvement Area (DIA) is considering a mass assessment review board appeal of every commercial property in the city's core.

Powered up to answer call for clean energy (03/04)

By IAN ROSS Terry Wojick fully expects his phone will start ringing off the hook soon. Terry Wojick, owner of Northern Wind Power in North Bay, predicts a plethora of opportunities will be available to firms specializing in cleaner sources of power.

Industry leaders take on greening (01/04)

By KELLY LOUISEIZE Northern Ontario Business Environmental acuity in the industrial sector is becoming increasingly prevalent.

Revitalization plan breathes new life into city's core (03/04)

By IAN ROSS Kathy Jaeger wondered if she was taking a chance moving her upscale backstreet eatery onto Main Street in downtown North Bay. Certainly her regulars were not crazy about sharing their favourite spot with others.
Software shrinks mine planner's workload

Software shrinks mine planner's workload

North Bay's Stroma Engineering introduces drill-planning program

Architects design $211.9M health care "village on a hill" (03/04)

By IAN ROSS To find inspiration in designing North Bay's Regional Health Centre, architect Brian Bertrand harkened back to his medal-winning university thesis.