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Project management firm expands to Sudbury

Project management firm expands to Sudbury

The city is already known as the education and health-care centre for the North, but on May 21 Sudbury became Northern Ontario's centre for project management when Canada's largest construction consulting company opened its doors.
Improving manufacturers the SMART way

Improving manufacturers the SMART way

After more than 20 years in business, Merdick McFarlane is looking to expand his truss-manufacturing business, and he acknowledges he needs financial help to do it.

International accolades for Living With Lakes

Laurentian University’s Cooperative Freshwater Ecology Unit, the Vale Inco Living With Lakes Centre has walked away with third place at the North American Holcim Awards, held in Montreal this fall.
IW Awards - Purchase your tickets today!

IW Awards - Purchase your tickets today!

The Awards will be presented to seven women - three from Northeastern Ontario and three from Northwestern Ontario. The categories are Private Sector, Public Sector and Young Entrepreneur.

Networking high on BDC's agenda

As a small business owner it is hard to imagine how going to another event that is asking $50 for a ticket can help enhance the business’ future.
Dressing for success in the workplace is a must

Dressing for success in the workplace is a must

When asked if it’s ever appropriate to wear shorts to work in the summer, Tony D’Angelo sits speechless for a moment. "You’re not going to get my vote. I wouldn’t think so in an office. I don’t think so at all.
Traffic triples at Sudbury’s Sea Rail

Traffic triples at Sudbury’s Sea Rail

Continuous improvements at Sudbury’s Sea Rail Transloading Inc. have allowed its railcar traffic to triple over the last two years, according to general manager Mike Linseman. “It’s going really well and we’re fielding more inquiries every day.
Details emerge on Sudbury's new arts and sports centres

Details emerge on Sudbury's new arts and sports centres

A pair of city-driven capital projects worth at least $140 million are beginning to crystallize on Sudbury’s horizon, with the proposed performing arts centre and multi-use recreational complex moving closer to reality.

Elliot Lake miner edges closer to uranium mine

By Ian Ross Pele Mountain Resources has entered a pre-feasibility study on its way to developing the first operating uranium mine in Elliot Lake since 1996.

Xstrata contributes to NORCAT

By Bridget Tremblay Xstrata Nickel has announced a $1 million contribution to support the development of the Northern Centre for Advanced Technology (NORCAT) Innovation and Commercialization Park.