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City targets forest-related business in Canada, U.S. (2/02)

As part of the Forest Centre of Excellence project, Development Thunder Bay is launching a forest-related business opportunities proposal. The proposal been sent to more than 500 forest-related businesses across Canada and the United States.

Upgrades keep mill competitive (2/02)

By Michael Lynch Flexibility is an important word in John Brophy's vocabulary.

Thunder Bay chamber concerned about city council decisions (2/02)

The Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce is again voicing concern about a decision made by Thunder Bay city council.

Remote First Nation communities get connected (2/02)

By Michael Lynch Remote First Nation communities in Northern Ontario will soon have the option of connecting to multimedia services, including high-speed Internet access, tele-health, e-commerce and tele-education.

Web site to promote local business and tourism (2/02)

Bell Canada is providing $20,000 to the Superior North Community Futures Development Corp. to create a Web site that will focus on local business and tourism attractions.

High-grade targets identified at Red Lake gold camp (2/02)

Rubicon Minerals Corp. is forging ahead with its first phase of diamond drilling to test three main target areas at Red Lake.

Northwest may get its share of medical school (2/02)

By Ian Ross Based on howls of protest from northwestern Ontario over the controversial format of the proposed northern medical school, there appears to be some movement afoot to grant Thunder Bay a greater role in the project, says one of its archite

Upgrades in store for Fort Frances hospital (2/02)

The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care has given approval for renovations at La Verendrye Hospital in Fort Frances.

Biomass waste disposal project proposed in northwest (2/02)

By Michael Lynch A CTV W-5 television program six years ago changed Roger Dolyny's life.

Condiminium development pushes ahead (2/02)

By Michael Lynch Following three failed attempts in the past, the town of Fort Frances appears to have found the answer to condominium housing construction. Construction is scheduled to begin in the spring on a $4.