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Laurentian University - Commerce is king

By IAN ROSS Scroll through the faculty roster of Laurentian University's school of commerce and administration and there's a noticeable international flavour.

Rolling out the blueprints for a Sudbury school of architecture

By NICK STEWART Following the arrival of a school of a medicine and a soon-to-be-constructed school of education, Sudbury’s Laurentian University is hoping to host the first new school of architecture built in Canada in 40 years.

Sudbury airport expansion plans soar

By Nick Stewart The recent announcement of the second phase of a new eight-acre, $1.25 million development park is just one of a number of activities underway at the Greater Sudbury Airport.

Sharing manufacturers' knowledge

By KELLY LOUISEIZE Anyone worth their salt has figured out two important components to success how to get the most of themselves and paying attention to detail matters.

Competing with companies and provinces for resources

By NICK STEWART As major companies like CVRD-Inco and Xstrata plc are able to offer stronger salaries and benefits than service and supply firms who require many of the same skilled workers, many of these smaller companies are being increasingly care

Colleges keeping pace with industry

By NICK STEWART Many Northern Ontario colleges are feeling increasing pressure from industry and government alike, who are looking more and more to them to produce greater numbers of graduates in the fields of skilled trades.

Designing groundbreaking copper refining technology

By NICK STEWART Having recently patented a new preparation system for copper refineries, the co-owner of a Sudbury engineering and manufacturing firm says the company has unlocked the next phase of technological progress for the industry.

Collège Boréal offers assistance with e-business

By Nick Stewart With the rise of e-business and the advent of the Internet as a go-to reference tool for newer generations of consumers, business-assistance programs such as Student Connections as offered through Sudbury’s Collège Boréal are becoming

Online tool opens new Sudbury business opportunities

By Nick Stewart The Greater Sudbury Development Corp. (GSDC) is working to create a ground-breaking and publicly accessible online tool as part of its Eco-Industrial Networking Strategy.

Bursting sectors force transport centre's expansion

By Nick Stewart The voracious appetite of the long-haul delivery trucking and heavy equipment operation industries for trained workers is forcing Sudbury-based Transport Training Centres of Canada to pursue the construction of a $1.