Skip to content


Sudbury to host IT event (9/03)

By ANDREW WAREING It is an Internet connected world and the SmartWorx steering committee has a seminar for business and community members who want to learn how to take advantage of its opportunities. November 12, 13 and 14, e-Sudbury.

Study slams Ontario’s property tax system (9/03)

Businesses are taking the biggest hit on property taxes in Ontario and real tax reform is necessary, says an association representing small- and medium-sized business owners. A report released by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business Aug.

Inco, union reach agreement (9/03)

Unionized Inco Ltd. workers in Sudbury ratified a new three-year deal Aug. 28, voting 62 per cent in favour of ending a three-month strike. Voter turnout with Steelworkers Local 6500 was 77 per cent in Sudbury where 3,316 employees are members.

Boating big business for Gore Bay (9/03)

By KELLY LOUISEIZE Municipalities throughout the Manitoulin Lacloche area are establishing key business opportunities to assist in the expansion of their economic development initiatives.

No business like this show business

Companies often expend a great deal of energy leafing through phonebooks scouting for suppliers of products and services to help make their conference or trade show a success. Now the landscape of the event-planning industry has changed.

Algoma Mill Works deal finalized (7/03)

A consortium of First Nations communities have finalized the sale of the assets of Algoma Mill Works to build a specialty plywood mill on the North Channel of Lake Huron. Algoma-Manitoulin MP Brent St.

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.