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Bejeweled attractions spur visitor increase

By Marek Krasuski The City of Greater Sudbury’s manager of tourism, programs and partnerships, Robert Skelly, has seen tourist revenues to the region increase, largely through the participation of industry partners and long range planning.

Recruiting local teachers for South

By Adelle Larmour Recruiting English-speaking teachers in South Korea is big business for thousands of private schools in the densely-populated country, and Sudbury's Jason Cresswell has capitalized on that need.

On the road Mobile Training sheds light on safe workplace regulations

By NICK STEWART Health and safety is an issue that is ever driving forward, a fact that is literally true for Mobile Training Consultants (MTC), who derive their mobility from a 26-foot, fifth wheel, RV trailer.

Economy swallows land

By Ian Ross The economic spinoffs from Sudbury’s mining boom and improving economy is having a ripple effect in construction throughout the industrial, commercial and institutional sector.

Sudbury’s red-hot housing boom

By kelly louiseize Greater Sudbury is only scratching the surface on potential development says two land investors, and the momentum just keeps on growing.

ConceptShare seamlessly pooling graphic ideas

By NICK STEWART A Greater Sudbury-based company is developing a program that will enable people to seamlessly and efficiently pool their graphical ideas online.

Incentives spark new beginnings for filmmakers

By NICK STEWART The face of cinema in the North has started to change in recent years, allowing greater opportunities for up-and-coming filmmakers choosing to ply their craft within the region.

Laurentian’s Living with Lakes Centre on Ramsey

By Ian Ross Laurentian University wants Sudbury to be known not for its environmental devastation, but for its ecological recovery.

5 Great Places To Work

Northern Ontario has been fertile ground for expanding companies with a growing employee base. When one thinks of a great place to work, job flexibility, benefits, and events solidifying relationships come to the forefront.

Cementation Canada's open door philosophy attracts much desired skills

By KELLY LOUISEIZE Mining and energy companies across Canada are starting to feel the pinch of finding skilled and technical labour.