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Ten companies will share in $2.4M in mining development funds

Ten companies will share in $2.4M in mining development funds

This marks the third cohort for the Mining Innovation Commercialization Accelerator
Nuclear waste repository site still on track for end-of-year decision

Nuclear waste repository site still on track for end-of-year decision

Despite reports of community dissent, Nuclear Waste Management Organization moving forward with plans
McDougall Energy fined $70K for workplace fall that injured trucker

McDougall Energy fined $70K for workplace fall that injured trucker

Sault Ste. Marie-based fuel distributor pleaded guilty this month to a single charge of failing to implement measures to protect a worker in connection with 2023 incident
Northern College’s recent grad is 71 years young, with no sign of slowing down

Northern College’s recent grad is 71 years young, with no sign of slowing down

Farms, churches, oil fields and mines — Bradley Davis has done it all
Algoma Steel expects to recover ‘significant amount’ of pipe-collapse losses

Algoma Steel expects to recover ‘significant amount’ of pipe-collapse losses

Investigation found January piping collapse was caused by ‘unforeseen escalating overload condition’
Sudbury mining supplier drifts into western Quebec

Sudbury mining supplier drifts into western Quebec

JENNMAR acquires Rouyn-Noranda's Dumotech Industrial Products
Sandy Lake First Nation celebrates the arrival of power and light

Sandy Lake First Nation celebrates the arrival of power and light

The remote northwestern Ont. First Nation now has reliable electricity, thanks to the Wataynikaneyap Power line
Construction compromises might be made for Thunder Bay art gallery

Construction compromises might be made for Thunder Bay art gallery

Rising material costs could change the design of the new waterfront gallery
Timmins mine builder going private

Timmins mine builder going private

Controlling interest of Gowest Gold seeks to buy out remaining shareholders
In Laurentian’s wake, post-secondary institutions now barred from declaring insolvency

In Laurentian’s wake, post-secondary institutions now barred from declaring insolvency

‘Loophole’ in federal legislation that allowed for Laurentian University’s 2021-2022 insolvency restructuring has now been closed; union president calls the news ‘a relief’