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Ontario expanding access to high-speed internet in the North

Ontario expanding access to high-speed internet in the North

Local projects will provide communities with access to high-speed internet
Inquest announced into 2017 workplace death of Wiikwemkoong man

Inquest announced into 2017 workplace death of Wiikwemkoong man

Carl Peltier died Aug. 21, 2017 on a private job site in Chelmsford
Northeast forestry, mining service companies receive provincial funding

Northeast forestry, mining service companies receive provincial funding

$10.5 million earmarked for equipment purchases, market expansion
Northeast gold junior miner signs exploration agreement with First Nations

Northeast gold junior miner signs exploration agreement with First Nations

Gatling Exploration strikes partnership with Matachewan, Wahgoshig First Nations
Province commits to connecting everyone by late 2025

Province commits to connecting everyone by late 2025

Queen's Park earmarks $4 billion for high-speed internet delivery across Ontario
<updated>Generational Business:</updated> Perseverance and hard work keep Mattawa hoteliers going

Generational Business: Perseverance and hard work keep Mattawa hoteliers going

Sudawan and Quaisar Butt have transformed 140-year-old Le Voyageur Inn into a cozy tourist haven
Rickford rains $7.9 million in provincial funding on Sudbury and northeast mining, forestry companies

Rickford rains $7.9 million in provincial funding on Sudbury and northeast mining, forestry companies

Government money earmarked for new technologies, building and production expansions
Northeastern Ontario film, TV production companies score provincial funding

Northeastern Ontario film, TV production companies score provincial funding

Productions, facilities in North Bay, Sudbury, Manitoulin Island receive $7.3 million in funding
Royal Agricultural Winter Fair will return in 2022

Royal Agricultural Winter Fair will return in 2022

Annual agricultural showcase will again be held virtually this year
Sudbury researchers look for innovative ways to rehabilitate old aggregate sites

Sudbury researchers look for innovative ways to rehabilitate old aggregate sites

Collège Boréal, Laurentian University collaborating on new techniques, protocols for industry to clean up quarry and waste rock sites