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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.

North Bay site of interim tourism marketing office (4/02)

The province will establish an interim office and steering committee to oversee marketing and tourism efforts in Northern Ontario.

Symposium to focus on economic, environmental sustainability (4/02)

Analysing the economic and environmental state of Northern Ontario is the focus of a symposium at North Bay's Canadore College next month.

North Bay company awarded mine deep contract

North Bay's Cementation Skanska Canada Inc. has been awarded an $85-million contract to further deepen Falconbridge's Kidd Creek's No. 4 shaft.

Cambrian College alumni hosting North Bay reception (4/02)

The Cambrian College Alumni Association will be hosting a reception on April 18th for Cambrian graduates residing in the North Bay and surrounding areas. The reception will be held at the Clarion Resort Pinewood Park, Pinewood Park Dr.

Selling business development corridor on agenda (4/02)

By Ian Ross Settling into his new job as the business development director of the Almaguin Highlands Development Agency, Michael Nychuk sees virgin territory before him just waiting to be cultivated for business.

Partnership aimed at improving health of forests (4/02)

Ten forest science grants of nearly $1.5 million were awarded by Ontario's Living Legacy Trust to the Canadian Ecology Centre in Mattawa and its Forest Research Partnership.

Sawmill in the works (3/02)

By Ian Ross After an arduous three-year wait, Temagami Forest Products expects to proceed with a multi-phase construction project for an eventual value-added mill utilizing surplus birch wood.

Boart Longyear cuts jobs at North Bay plant (3/02)

Boart Longyear has cut 22 jobs at its North Bay plant in a move to centralize its diamond-drill bit manufacturing operation in Salt Lake City, Utah.