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City weighs viability of convention centre development (9/02)

By Kelly Louiseize Studies show it is difficult make a go of any convention centre regardless of the population unless it is funded by the municipal government, says Doug Nadorozny, general manager of economic development and planning services for th

Alumni association seeking nominations (9/02)

The Cambrian College Alumni Association is seeking nominations of Cambrian graduates for the 2002 Premier's Awards.

Province lags behind in productivity (9/02)

By Ian Ross Ontario is not an economic leader in North America.

Tourism identified as main driver (9/02)

By Kelly Louiseize A feasibility study for towns within the Manitoulin Island region and LaCloche Mountain area, which includes Killarney and the North Channel has been released.

German trade delegates tour the North (9/02)

A German trade delegation from the Lower Saxony region toured Northern Ontario in late August exploring future economic partnerships. Economic development officials from Germany visited Sudbury, Manitoulin and Sault Ste.

Trade delegation to prospect for partnerships (9/01)

By Ian Ross Technology transfer and joint-venture partnerships will be on the minds of a German trade delegation from the Elbe-Elster region expected to arrive in Sudbury this month.

City Centre to be revitalized (9/01)

By Ian Ross The new owners of Sudbury's largest downtown commercial property, the City Centre, are planning a $6-million facelift and intend to have new tenants in place by Christmas in an effort to lure shoppers back to the city's

Mill proponent turns to private-sector investors (9/01)

By Ian Ross The proponents of a North Shore wood-fibre mill will likely take their proposal to the capital market without the support of a lead equity partner.

Fort Knox pursues Inco property (7/01)

ByIan Ross Fort Knox Gold Resources Inc. are negotiating with Inco Ltd. to acquire five properties in the Sudbury Basin to explore for platinum group elements and other base metals.

Greater Sudbury Utilities controversy continues (6/01)

During his State of the City address on May 15, Sudbury Mayor Jim Gordon blasted the chamber of commerce, accusing them of trying to discredit him in the Greater Sudbury Utilities controversy.