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Tribal Council to acquire mill project (6/03)

By IAN ROSS A proposed birchwood fibre mill slated for Lake Huron’s North Shore will likely proceed under Aboriginal ownership.

Sudury mining supply, service association formed (6/03)

A new regional trade association has been formed to promote Greater Sudbury’s fastest growing sector.

City takes on role of lot developer (6/03)

By IAN ROSS In promoting Elliot Lake as a four-season vacation destination, the city is preparing to introduce new seasonal cottage lots to the marketplace this summer.

City wired, set to lure high-tech firms North

By IAN ROSS Being prepared with readily available space for technology-based companies is the business case behind renovations at Sudbury’s expanded downtown Technology Centre.

Real estate in short supply (5/03)

By ANDREW WAREING While the real estate market in Northern Ontario is showing signs of improvement, there is reason for cautious optimism.

Biodiesel plant first anchor tenant (5/03)

By IAN ROSS The beginnings of a biodiesel manufacturing plant could take shape in Sudbury as early as this year as an Ottawa-based green technology company prepares to set up shop as an anchor business in the city’s eco-industrial park.

College catches wind of energy education opportunities (5/03)

By KELLY LOUISEIZE Plans to implement an energy program at Cambrian College in Greater Sudbury are taking shape.

Partners coming on line for eDome (4/03)

By KELLY LOUISEIZE If all goes according to plans, Cambrian College’s eDome will receive $1.

Sudbury plans to develop biodiesel plant (4/03)

Building on its strategic priority to capitalize on new environmental and renewable energy opportunities, the City of Greater Sudbury will be developing a biodiesel facility in the city.

Discovery aids in industrial remedial process (3/03)

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW In a chemistry lab within the walls of Laurentian University researchers have developed molecules, which could improve the remedial process of industrial water.