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Aircraft company lands in Dryden (7/02)

An aircraft company, Hicks and Lawrence, is moving from St. Thomas Airport, which is just outside London, Ont., to Dryden Airport.

Dryden focused on growth (7/02)

By Gwen Merchant Dryden is developing a land-use implementation, servicing and development strategy plan and it is no small matter, says Brad Johns, director of engineering and public works department.

Sawmill workers favour strike action (7/02)

Industrial Wood and Allied Workers of Canada Local 2693 members are in favour of striking at two area sawmills in Sapawe, Ont.

Mayor backs spring bear hunt reinstatement (9/02)

The mayor of Fort Frances says he would use his position on the provincial government's nuisance bear committee to lobby for the reinstatement of the spring bear hunt.

Dryden strikes compromise for smoking bylaw (9/02)

On Jan. 1, 2003 smokers in Dryden will be greeted with the implementation of the city's anti-smoking bylaw.

Thunder Bay city council elects not to retender mega project (9/02)

Fearing legal repercussions, Thunder Bay city council is back-peddling on its plans to retender a large water treatment plant contract.

Palladium mine plans temporary shutdown (9/02)

North American Palladium announced an unscheduled temporary shutdown at its Lac des Iles palladium mine, 80 kilometres northwest of Thunder Bay. The company says it has encountered operating disruptions with its primary ore crusher.

City reaps benefits of hospital construction, med school announcement (9/02)

An official with the Thunder Bay Regional Hospital says that the construction of the city's new hospital and the announcement of the new medical school are already paying dividends.

Municipalities consider airplane purchase to revive air service (9/02)

Four small towns along the North Shore are prepared to purchase a $1.5-million airplane to reinstate rural air service in the area.

Junior mining company reports gold find (9/02)

Houston Lake Mining Inc., a junior mining company based in the City of Greater Sudbury, is continuing exploration work on its property in Kenora following the discovery of gold mineral indicators.