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North Bay hospital takes lead in telecommunications project (3/03)

By SARI HUHTALA A convergence of technologies is driving new paradigms at North Bay General Hospital where lead surgeons are assessing the feasibility of telementoring in the medical field.

Bombardier reactivates plant (09/05)

By IAN ROSS Bombardier Aerospace has temporarily re-activated its mothballed North Bay facility to finish completion of three Canadair water bombers.

Terrace Suites offers luxurious backdrop for any retreat (08/05)

In the business world, few events are as highly anticipated as the corporate retreat.

North Bay Fur Auction traps global market (07/05)

By KELLY LOUISEIZE Furriers from all corners of the world gravitate four times a year to North Bay’s Fur Harvesters Auction.

Furniture company custom-designed success (07/05)

By IAN ROSS Mass customization is the key to survive and thrive in a highly competitive North American market for a New Liskeard office furniture maker.

Event celebrates business leadership and achievement (9/02)

Nominations are being sought for outstanding leadership in the Tri-Town area. Celebrating Leadership and Achievement in the Tri-Town Business Community is a community-wide event recognizing the contributions of local business leaders.

Crown lands open window for wind power (03/05)

By IAN ROSS Northern Ontario Business The opening up of Crown properties to wind power development has opened a door for a North Bay consultant. Terry Wojick owns Northern Wind Power, a wind assessment firm.

Cobalt sees past as its future (02/05)

The Town of Cobalt is set to enhance its tourism profile with some help from the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC). The province has agreed to chip in $1,102,520 toward the development of the Cobalt Historic Mining Camp.

Agile juniors have exploration edge (02/05)

By KELLY LOUISEIZE All signs point to a profitable cycle for mineral producers and Canadian Arrow Mines Ltd. in particular is fast tracking to take advantage of the mineral-frenzy market.

Air cargo hub back on radar screen (01/05)

North Bay city council thinks it is high time to revive the idea of establishing the city as an international air cargo hub. “I think the time is now to get ourselves on the radar screen,” says Councillor Maureen Boldt.