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Travelling mine exhibit on selling block (4/02)

The Great Canadian Mine Show, a travelling mining exhibit that attracted 40,000 visitors and covered 76,000 kilometres during a 2001 cross-Canada tour, is on the selling block.

Wallbridge increases land holdings in Sudbury region (3/02)

Sudbury-based Wallbridge Mining Company Ltd. is embarking on a $2.

Sudbury-based call centre expands campaigns (3/02)

Two new clients have signed with Sudbury's Omega Direct Response, creating as many as 50 jobs in Sudbury and creating another 35 positions through the expansion of another campaign.

University researchers garner support through innovation fund (3/02)

Six Laurentian University researchers were awarded research funding from the Ontario Innovation Trust (OIT) in late February.

University research bolstered by federal funding (3/02)

Industry Canada committed more than $1.1 million to Sudbury's Laurentian University to support indirect costs associated with federally sponsored research.

Junior company bullish over PGM find (3/02)

With sights set on forging ahead with an aggressive exploration campaign on its River Valley property, Pacific Northwest Captial Corp. has plans to seek a budget increase of $3 million from Anglo Platinum, a South African platinum giant.

City sets out to assist mining supply companies tap into worldwide markets (3/02)

Economic development is expected to heat up in the Sudbury and Nickel Belt regions following the announcement of over $4 million in funding for innovation, e-commerce, tourism and youth employment projects.

Fort Knox signs $30-million exploration contract (3/02)

Fort Knox Resources Inc. inked a $30-million exploration and development deal with Dynatec Corp. to search for minerals in five abandoned mines in the Sudbury region. launches revamped Web site (3/02), the City of Greater Sudbury's Community Development Corp. technology wing, launched a redesigned Web site ( ) in March featuring new online consulting services for small- and medium-sized business.

Biotechnology firm receives funding (3/02)

Sudbury's Neureka Research Inc. is receiving $237,000 in FedNor funding to develop a market-ready diagnostic test kit to identify a virus that causes gastroenteritis.