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North loses businessman, hero (11/04)

A prominent Sudbury businessman, noted by former Ontario Premier Mike Harris as “a true Canadian hero whose values, work ethic, business acumen and decency are to be emulated,” died Oct. 18 at the Sudbury Regional Hospital.

Stellar growth reported in Sudbury’s housing sector (09/04)

The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. (CMHC) reports Sudbury housing starts for July were well above the month’s 10-year average.

European technology to be manufactured in city (09/04)

BY JOSEPH QUESNEL Northern Ontario Business Sudbury could become the “North American manufacturing hub” for a Finnish environmental and waste management company within the next few years, says Kelly LeBreton, a sales associate with Puzer Canada, a su

System aids in asset tracking (09/04)

BY JOSEPH QUESNEL Northern Ontario Business A new asset tracking system – developed by a Sudbury company – is becoming increasingly popular in the Canadian mining industry due to its productivity-enhancing qualities, but there are still lingering pri

Bucket engineered for underground repairs (09/04)

By IAN ROSS Northern Ontario Business A Sudbury mining supplier plans to unveil a new LHD (Load Haul Dump) bucket at an international mining show in Las Vegas later this month.

Sudbury business owner earns distinction as tradeshow marketer (08/04)

A Sudbury advertising agency has joined the upper echelon of professional marketers. Johnny Grano, co-founder of Creative Odyssey Marketing and Design Inc.

Bearskin cancels flights to Toronto (08/04)

Bearskin Airlines, a provider of passenger flights across Northern Ontario, has decided to cancel its flight route to Toronto citing competitive pressure and restructuring as the main reasons.

Wind farms to power up North’s economy (08/04)

By IAN ROSS Northern Ontario Business Investors are waiting in the wings to dive into Ontario’s green energy market and potentially the province’s first wind farm on Manitoulin Island.

Mining, tourism, eco-industry top list of priorities (09/03)

By IAN ROSS Think back 20 years ago, says Doug Nadorozny, before the ribbon cutting at Science North.

Silicon Valley of mining in the making (01/04)

By IAN ROSS Northern Ontario Business Ask Dick DeStefano how Sudbury's mining supply trade association is evolving and he will tell you it has morphed into something beyond his wildest expectations.