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Sudbury supplier adopts environmentally friendly abrasive blasting technology

Sudbury supplier adopts environmentally friendly abrasive blasting technology

A Sudbury industrial supplier is developing a green touch. Fibron Inc. is now a Canadian distributor for an American-made environmentally friendly alternative to sandblasting.
Sudbury's NORCAT is a leader in online training

Sudbury's NORCAT is a leader in online training

Targeting a market through a visionary set of eyes put NORCAT’s eLearning department in the lead. What began as a modest health and safety program for local industry has morphed into a $1- to $1.
Mining innovator to speed up underground construction

Mining innovator to speed up underground construction

A $10-million investment in one of Sudbury’s major mining research nodes by Rio Tinto in December may well benefit other mining operations in Sudbury and around the North, according to project leaders. The U.K.
Sudbury mining supplier creates test tunnel

Sudbury mining supplier creates test tunnel

Sudbury’s Mining Technologies International Inc. can now test and showcase its newly designed mine equipment in its own underground environment.
Top Five Newsmakers of 2010: Companies look past the end of Vale strike

Top Five Newsmakers of 2010: Companies look past the end of Vale strike

The lasting legacy of the year-long strike of nearly 3,000 members of the United Steelworkers Local 6500 at Vale’s Sudbury operations will not be its economic implications, but its message about foreign acquisitions, said a local economist.
Small business financing on the upswing

Small business financing on the upswing

Despite the recent recession, the lending climate for small businesses in Northern Ontario has retained much of its strength and is continuing to grow stronger, according to local entrepreneurs and lenders.
The business of medicine is no easy task

The business of medicine is no easy task

The practice of medicine is an art, but managing a business is a skill that requires training, said Sudbury dermatologist Lyne Giroux.
Mining suppliers choose Sudbury

Mining suppliers choose Sudbury

Despite a year-long strike and recessionary climate, mining suppliers continue to set up shop in the Sudbury Basin.
Sudbury builders to take a LEEP into energy-efficient homes

Sudbury builders to take a LEEP into energy-efficient homes

Sudbury homebuilders will soon be some of the most educated in the province on energy-efficient construction techniques, thanks to a new program being launched in select cities around Ontario.
Sudbury real estate survives strike

Sudbury real estate survives strike

To understand the City of Greater Sudbury’s newfound diversification beyond the mining industry, one need only look at the local real estate and housing markets, says Dan Gray, president of the Sudbury Real Estate Board.