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BR+E finds business still harping on city hall

By CRAIG GILBERT Greater Sudbury – It seems red tape at City Hall and a shortage of skilled labour and trades workers are the main issues concerning business owners in Greater Sudbury.

First Nations show can-do attitude

By CRAIG GILBERT Greater Sudbury – The first-ever Learning Together Conference ended with a lot of talk of having to start somewhere. The event was designed to act as an invitation from First Nations to the mining industry.

Aboriginal development corp. has big

Editor’s Note: The two-day Learning Together 2006 Conference, hosted by the Missanabie Cree First Nation and sponsored by FedNor, Industry Canada, the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund, SAMSSA and the City of Greater Sudbury, was to act as a first invit

Team Northern Ontario dissolved

By IAN ROSS A change in FedNor’s trade export strategy for Northern Ontario has resulted in the regional development agency disbanding its Team Northern Ontario (TNO) network and laying off their trade advisors.

Tax credit available for apprenticeships

By ADELLE LARMOUR It’s time to look into our own backyard to see how we can train our youth and address the growing skilled-labour shortage, says a Sudbury labour market expert.

Improving in English, math and self-esteem

By CRAIG GILBERT No one is going to tell Satish Verma there isn’t a need for a customized learning provider in Greater Sudbury.

Year 13 lucky for growing Synergy Controls

By CRAIG GILBERT Greater Sudbury – After growing from a two-person operation 13 years ago to a company with offices in Greater Sudbury, Timmins, Sault Ste.

Minister of Northern Development and Mines video entices world to GO North

By CRAIG GILBERT Greater Sudbury - Northern Ontario’s ambassadors, official or otherwise, now have a new tool to show potential investors some of the best reasons to GO North. On Feb.

Northern Ontario Business Awards gala tickets now available (09/05)

The City of Greater Sudbury plays host this year to the North’s most prestigious celebration of business excellence.

Little bugs can cost big dollars (09/05)

BY KELLY LOUISEIZE Greater Sudbury - The mere mention of bacteria, viruses or fungi would have some people running for medical masks, but not Dr. Vasu Appanna, chair and professor of biochemistry at Laurentian University.