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The Algoma district is copper country

The Algoma district is copper country

Junior mining companies drill near Batchawana Bay to unlock copper and gold potential
<updated>NOBA 2022:</updated> The Rural Agri-Innovation Network is the Entrepreneurial Community of the Year

NOBA 2022: The Rural Agri-Innovation Network is the Entrepreneurial Community of the Year

Getting more local food onto Northern Ontario plates is mandate for Sault organization
Potentially huge windfall for creditors of Essar Steel Algoma

Potentially huge windfall for creditors of Essar Steel Algoma

Global accounting firm Ernst & Young believes creditors of supposedly insolvent Essar Steel Algoma Inc. may own five per cent of net profits from a $1.5 billion gold mine
Insolvent Echo Bay aircraft refurbisher could have new owners by spring

Insolvent Echo Bay aircraft refurbisher could have new owners by spring

International purchasers have expressed interest in acquiring Springer Aerospace
<updated>Jobs of the Future:</updated> Rewarding work comes with life as a personal support worker

Jobs of the Future: Rewarding work comes with life as a personal support worker

The need for these important health-care workers has soared through the pandemic
Winners named for the 36th annual Northern Ontario Business Awards

Winners named for the 36th annual Northern Ontario Business Awards

Nine recipients are lauded for excellence in business
Consultant to oversee Springer Aerospace business ops during CCAA process

Consultant to oversee Springer Aerospace business ops during CCAA process

Employee town hall meeting of Sault Ste. Marie-area aircraft refurbisher scheduled for this week
Sault MP re-elected as steel caucus co-chair

Sault MP re-elected as steel caucus co-chair

Terry Sheehan was first named to lobby group in 2015
Sault-area aircraft maintenance company enters bankruptcy protection

Sault-area aircraft maintenance company enters bankruptcy protection

Springer Aerospace received more than a million dollars from NOHFC earlier this year
Sault begins hard-selling of dirt-cheap industrial land

Sault begins hard-selling of dirt-cheap industrial land

EDC directors argue the city's $50,000-an-acre price for industrial land is too low