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Grassroots initiative to promote region's tourism (3/02)

By Ian Ross Rather than dictate from the top down how provincial tourism dollars will be spent and what marketing strategies will be undertaken, Huron North Tourism is taking a grassroots approach to promote their region as a viable four-season touri

North Shore gets funding (3/02)

Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corp. recently announced a $1.2-million investment in a number of projects in the North Shore region. Projects include: * Thessalon Sewage Lagoon Project Phase I - Town of Thessalon.

Cameco refinery achieves ISO certification (3/02)

Blind River's Cameco refinery received ISO 14001 certification in March. The International Organization for Standardization spells out a set of internationally accepted standards for maintaining environmental management systems.

Spinoffs for tourism sector anticipated (2/02)

By Katherine Thompson Nelson The completion of Dynamic Earth in 2003 is expected to be a boon to the tourism industry in Sudbury, city officials predict.

WestJet adds western flight service (2/02)

WestJest recently announced the addition of non-stop flight service from Sudbury to Winnipeg, with one-way fares starting as low as $125. Beginning Feb. 7, flights will be offered Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

Message-service company recognized for excellence in customer service (2/02)

Northern Communications was selected as this year's winner of the national Tom Ryan Award, an award that recognizes industry leaders in the answering service and contact management industry and recognizes ethics, integrity and quality of ser

Biotechnology firm inks million-dollar contract (2/02)

A Sudbury biotechnology firm, Neureka Research Corp., inked a contract with the University of Turku in Finland to develop and manufacture a patented method of detecting coronary heart disease.

Inco plans cost-cutting measures (2/02)

Inco Ltd. intends to cut $75 million in expenses within the next year as part of a worldwide effort to trim expenses. There are no cuts in the workforce planned.

Economic forecast looks bright for Sudbury (2/02)

The Conference Board of Canada gave Sudbury a tentative thumbs-up in its economic forecasts for Canadian cities in 2002.

Ecotourism brochure recognized (2/02)

The 2001 Partners in Eco-Adventure Tourism (PEAT) summer brochure has been chosen best specialty tourism publication by the Economic Developers' Council of Ontario.