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No updates yet on sale of Laurentian University properties, post CCAA

No updates yet on sale of Laurentian University properties, post CCAA

Sudbury university powering through on transformation, strategic plan following insolvency
Greater Sudbury’s procurement processes to be audited

Greater Sudbury’s procurement processes to be audited

With major projects anticipated to be tendered in the coming months, including a downtown events centre and library/art gallery, Ward 5 Coun. Mike Parent said now’s the time to look at the city’s procurement processes
North Bay 'perfectly located' for Canada's first concrete rail tie production, says German manufacturer

North Bay 'perfectly located' for Canada's first concrete rail tie production, says German manufacturer

RAILONE RAINBOW Canada Corp. will hire 60 people to start when operation gets underway next spring
Difficult decisions to open a new all-electric mine in Sudbury

Difficult decisions to open a new all-electric mine in Sudbury

Glencore’s new Onaping Depth mine will need an underground refrigeration system and smaller diameter tunnels to keep the costs down
Sudbury mining firms work together on battery electric issues

Sudbury mining firms work together on battery electric issues

Mining companies and manufacturers meet to find solutions on achieving Net Zero emissions for underground mining by 2030
Science North architect Raymond Moriyama has died

Science North architect Raymond Moriyama has died

Canada is mourning the loss of the visionary architect, who designed Sudbury's science centre
Skilled trade job fairs slated for Dryden, Sault Ste. Marie

Skilled trade job fairs slated for Dryden, Sault Ste. Marie

New sites added to fall schedule of Level Up! career fairs held across the province
Cambrian College program brings small engine repair to remote community

Cambrian College program brings small engine repair to remote community

Sudbury college strikes partnership with Hishkoonikun Education Authority in Kashechewan
Annual Toronto mining innovation conference set for November

Annual Toronto mining innovation conference set for November

This marks the second year for the event, hosted by the Mining Innovation Commercialization Accelerator Network
Federal government invests $2M into Sudbury mining tech

Federal government invests $2M into Sudbury mining tech

Three innovation organizations split up more than $2 million for Sudbury projects