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Industry, First Nations allies with shared vision (11/01)

By Marla Tomlinson In the James Bay lowlands there is a partnership in the works.

Town poised to attract call centres (11/01)

A call centre is on the early Christmas wish list of the Chapleau Regional Development Corp. (CRDC).

Town diversifies tourism through ATV club (11/01)

Reminiscent of the rebirth of the snowmobiling trend, Chapleau is latching onto the latest outdoor craze, ATV recreation, by forming its own ATV club.

Creating a culture within an organization helps retain employees (11/01)

By Sari Huhtala Creating a culture, one that inspires fulfillment, courage and a sense of community, may be the solution to retaining the most valuable asset to your organization, your employees.

Cellular service may expand to Superior East region (11/01)

The cellular phone service gap in the Superior East region is one step closer to being filled. A feasibility study to build a network that would provide cellular service from White River to Wawa to Sault Ste.

Macassa mine to be reopened (11/01)

Foxpoint Resources, a Vancouver-based company, announced this fall it had reached an agreement with Kinross Gold Corp.

Kirkland Lake-based mill to suspend operations (11/01)

Workers at Tembec Inc.'s Kirkland Lake sawmill are bracing for layoffs mid-November as the company suspends operations in the wake of an unstable softwood lumber market.

Dome mine issues layoffs (11/01)

As a result of shift changes at Dome mine in South Porcupine, 25 layoff notices have been issued, and a total of 18 employees will be affected by layoffs in December.

Campaign seeks to re-establish air service (11/01)

The campaign to re-establish air service from Earlton-Temiskaming Regional Airport to Toronto received a lift by a $30,000-commitment in each of the next three years from TemFund, an incentive loan program.

City launches cold-weather testing marketing initiative (11/01)

Buoyed by a $100,000-contribution from the province's Prosperity Demonstration Fund, the Timmins Economic Development Corp. has renewed its efforts to make Timmins the city of choice for cold-weather testing.