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North Bay

Staying Power (5/02)

By Ian Ross Once considered a military town and a major junction for three major railroads, North Bay has adjusted to changes in the economic landscape and today is billing itself as a regional hub for commerce, education and transportation in northe

ONTC’s fate to be determined this spring (5/02)

By Ian Ross Restless and weary employees at Ontario Northland Transportation Commission (ONTC) continue to wait with bated breath for the final decision on the divestiture of the provincial Crown corporation, expected this spring.

University set for influx of students (5/02)

By Diana Scheddin Along with increased enrolment, Nipissing University is offering new programs and taking steps to ensure the institution is ready for the arrival of more students in September.

Mid-range homes white-hot in real estate market (5/02)

By Leslie Sanders The North Bay real estate market is having trouble keeping up with demand. Buyers are purchasing houses faster than agents can list them.

Hospital construction in Northern Ontario - North Bay (5/02)

North Bay’s two hospitals, St. Joseph’s General and North Bay Civic, merged boards of directors in 1995, long before other communities in the North saw hospital boards merge.

Fabricator links success to exporting, innovation (5/02)

By Ian Ross Ask Ron Miller the secret of his staying power in the highly competitive mine equipment market and he sums it up as being innovative and flexible to customer needs, taking a few calculated risks here and there and literally going the extr

Aviation centre source of pride (5/02)

By Diana Scheddin Canadore College is providing students and the surrounding community new opportunities through its new $12.5-million aviation centre slated for completion this fall.

Northern College seeks proposals for innovation facility (5/02)

Northern College's Kirkland Lake campus was seeking proposals for an innovation and development facility.

Mining camp received national historic site designation (5/02)

The legendary Cobalt mining camp has been historically designated by Parks Canada as a national historic site.

Haileybury development moves forward (4/02)

A Toronto contractor has been secured to build up to 36 townhouses in Haileybury for the first phase of a major retirement community.