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<updated>Generational Business:</updated> Kap Data the ‘original gangsta’ of business computers

Generational Business: Kap Data the ‘original gangsta’ of business computers

Technology solutions company launched in Kapuskasing, but now operates virtually across northeastern Ontario
Struggling Red Lake miner cashed up to carry out turnaround strategy

Struggling Red Lake miner cashed up to carry out turnaround strategy

Financing of $31 million add brings 'stability' to less-than-year-old underground operation
Hornepayne announces hiring of new CAO

Hornepayne announces hiring of new CAO

Aileen Singh will start in the position next year, following Gail Jaremy's retirement
University profs prepared to dig into northwestern Ontario gold project

University profs prepared to dig into northwestern Ontario gold project

Goldshore Resources enlists Lakehead geology faculty to get better handle on Moss Lake Gold Project
Geraldton gold explorer inks agreement with area First Nations

Geraldton gold explorer inks agreement with area First Nations

Tombill Mines confident of unearthing new deposits in historic gold camp
Indigenous cosmetics creator named Indspire business leader

Indigenous cosmetics creator named Indspire business leader

Jenn Harper of Cheekbone Beauty among 2022 award winners
Armstrong-area gold finder puts BAM deposit on the block

Armstrong-area gold finder puts BAM deposit on the block

Landore Resources considers sale or joint venture partnership of its 1.5-million-ounce gold property
Red Lake gold miner turns to Tony Makuch for help

Red Lake gold miner turns to Tony Makuch for help

PureGold Mining hires former Kirkland Lake Gold CEO as technical advisor
B.C. forestry company purchases shares in GreenFirst Forest Products

B.C. forestry company purchases shares in GreenFirst Forest Products

Deal worth $56 million follows February acquisition of EACOM
Thunder Bay resolution on biomass generation approved by Ontario Chamber of Commerce

Thunder Bay resolution on biomass generation approved by Ontario Chamber of Commerce

The resolution calls on provincial government to bump biomass power purchase agreements from five to 10 years