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Sudbury to host Global Traders Awards in 2003 (10/02)

The City of Greater Sudbury is one of four communities in Ontario selected to host the 2002 Ontario Global Traders Awards regional ceremonies.

Conference to focus on latest trends in housing industry (10/02)

Sudbury’s most comprehensive local market-analysis conference, designed for anyone who needs to be on top of the latest trends in the housing industry, will take place Oct. 24 at the Science North Cavern in Sudbury.

Stellar job growth gives Canadian economy momentum (10/02)

The Canadian economy remains in overdrive, combining stellar job-creation numbers with healthy growth in gross domestic product (GDP) forecast for both 2002 and 2003, according to the Conference Board of Canada's Canadian Outlook - Fall 2002

Falconbridge first base metal mine in province to be awarded certificate (10/02)

Falconbridge Ltd. received ISO 14001 certification for its Kidd Mining Division for its continued environmental efforts.

Proposal targets health research industry growth (8/02)

A proposal to commission a strategy for growing the health research industry in Northern Ontario is rapidly picking up steam, says Jim Gordon, mayor of the City of Greater Sudbury. Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corp.

Housing boom hits Elliot Lake (8/02)

Elliot Lake is experiencing a housing boom - something the town has not seen since the development of the local uranium mines 21 years ago.

City council to host public input session on budget (10/02)

Citizens, businesses and interested organizations in the City of Greater Sudbury are invited to share their ideas during a budget 2003 public input ession to be held on Thursday, Nov. 7 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. in council chambers.

Omega axes Sudbury call centre (10/02)

Unable to find enough employees to fill seats, Omega Direct Response is closing one of its Sudbury call centres in October and consolidating its operations in one downtown site.

College finds home for French-language program in Toronto (8/02)

The Centennial College Centre for Creative Communications on Carlaw Avenue in Toronto will be the new home of Collège Boréal new French language career education and training program.

Workers riled by contract awarding (8/02)

By Ian Ross The awarding of a $17.3-million contract to a southern Ontario company to rebuild Sudbury’s David Street pumping station has riled some individuals in the construction trades community.