Vol. 35 Nbr. 8, June 2015
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- Keen on quinoa.
- Watering down the pavement? Chemist says used engine oil in asphalt is causing crumbling road infrastructure!(NEWS)
- A fast start to Thunder Bay shipping season.
- Agero hiring at Sault call centre.
- Essar Centre hires manager.
- Manitoulin Group acquires Saskatchewan transport company.
- Lake Shore Gold CEO shares challenges and successes: Tony Makuch kicked off Modern Mining and Technology Week in Sudbury.
- Building a small business sector in the North.
- Do you "know the North?".
- Taking advantage of federal budget measures.
- New hotel opens in Timmins.
- Junior miner edges closer to court fight: Northern Superior case puts Mining Act, duty to consult under the microscope.
- Cobalt's Yukon Refinery back on care and maintenance.
- Charges laid in Sudbury mine deaths.
- Mines more costly in Far North, finds report: Mining Association of Canada makes case for tax incentives to spur Northern mines.
- The lighthouse landscape: preservation group shines a light on history, eco-tourism.
- Energy prices putting squeeze on North Shore communities: Toronto company proposes liquefied natural gas, distribution network.
- Provincial roads fund lacking: mayor: broken links.
- Penguin ships robot to Chile's Andina Mine: system is designed to clear hangups in block cave mines.
- At home on the lake: development introducing condos to Temiskaming.
- Laurentian Engineering makes its mark: Skyrocketing enrollment, national awards contribute to Bharti School's stature as academic powerhouse.