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Sudbury manufacturer recognized by Collège Boréal

Collège Boréal in Sudbury has recognized André Ruest for his professional accomplishments and his contributions to the Franco-Ontarian community.

Cambrian College names Peter Lawlor as new president

Cambrian College has chosen Peter Lawlor. Dean of the School of Trades at Northern Alberta Institute of Technology to replace Sylvia Barnard as president.

Sudbury only Northern Ontario stop in Let's Talk Exports tour

Peter Hall, vice-president and chief economist at Export Development Canada (EDC), will be making his way to Sudbury, the only Northern Ontario stop in its cross-country tour. Let's Talk Exports will take place April 30 at 11:30 a.m.

BMO Financial Group invests in Goodman School of Mines

BMO Financial Group has donated $250,000 to Laurentian University’s Goodman School of Mines .
NORCAT strikes southern Ontario partnership

NORCAT strikes southern Ontario partnership

NORCAT , a Sudbury -based industry training and development centre, is partnering with the Industrial Education Cooperative (IEC) in Sarnia to develop a standards and an accreditation process to deliver training programning across Ontario.
Demographic offers untapped resource

Demographic offers untapped resource

Respect and due diligence required in relationships between Aboriginal communities and resource companies

Sudbury lake contaminated by mine tailings

Tailings from a former Sudbury gold mine have contaminated a lake in Sudbury's south end. The Ministry of Northern Development and Mines (MNDM) has announced a cleanup of the arsenic entering Long Lake from the abandoned Long Lake Gold Mine.

Sudbury college forms partnership with new research institute

The Advanced Medical Research Institute of Canada (AMRIC) and Cambrian College have signed a five-year memorandum of understanding which would see both institutions collaborate on health research and training.

Chief economist to speak in Sudbury April 30

Peter Hall, vice-president and chief economist at Export Development Canada (EDC), will speak to a Sudbury crowd this spring about the global economy and the impact it will have on Canadian businesses.
Sudburian to chair Northern Policy Institute

Sudburian to chair Northern Policy Institute

Sudbury lawyer Martin Bayer has been chosen to be the first chairman of the Northern Policy Institute (NPI). The appointment was made Feb. 20 at the group's inaugural meeting at Algoma University in Sault Ste. Marie. Dr.