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Family of miner killed in 2006 at Podolsky Mine awarded more than $2M in damages

Family of miner killed in 2006 at Podolsky Mine awarded more than $2M in damages

Raymond Campeau was killed by a faulty winching system at the 2,000-foot level of the mine
Sudbury’s unemployment rate remained mostly unchanged in December

Sudbury’s unemployment rate remained mostly unchanged in December

Rate sees marginal increase from 7.6% to 7.7 %
Lithium junior miner scales up processing plans

Lithium junior miner scales up processing plans

Frontier Lithium starts mini-pilot plant in Sudbury to send samples to battery customers
NOBA 2020: Flosonics Medical is the recipient of this year's Innovation Award

NOBA 2020: Flosonics Medical is the recipient of this year's Innovation Award

The FloPatch, a wireless, peel-and-stick sensor developed by Sudbury-based Flosonics Medical, is promising to dramatically change the way physicians monitor patients.
With a $10.6M deficit, Laurentian president says change crucial for university

With a $10.6M deficit, Laurentian president says change crucial for university

Haché said if there’s one positive coming out of 2020, it would be the resilience of the Laurentian community
Technica Mining expands into surface drilling and mining

Technica Mining expands into surface drilling and mining

Sudbury mining contractor marking 20 years in business
Sudbury's longtime Downtown BIA director is retiring

Sudbury's longtime Downtown BIA director is retiring

‘Time for the next chapter in my life,’ said Maureen Luoma, who has been with BIA for 43 years
In a pandemic year, North's property value grows by hundreds of millions

In a pandemic year, North's property value grows by hundreds of millions

MPAC data shows the city had $105M in new construction and renovations this year
Sudbury is a seller's market as average home prices soar by 14%

Sudbury is a seller's market as average home prices soar by 14%

Housing market is difficult to get into for first-time home buyers 
'Too much at stake to close,' says Huron Central Railway boss

'Too much at stake to close,' says Huron Central Railway boss

Montréal short-line operators made good-faith gesture to extend drop service date to late June