Vol. 36 Nbr. 4, February 2016
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- Seeking justice: project documents impacts from aluminum powder in miners.
- Unearthing a new industry: magnesium mine promising jobs, diversity in Timmins.
- New Trans-Canada Highway bridge fails.
- Lessons to be learned: Yukon First Nation an innovating trail builder.
- Electoral reform--what is best for the North?
- Renewal and reconciliation are possible.
- Can your working capital fund growth?
- Committee seeks to close gender wage gap.
- Biomass North back in business.
- Columbia reopening veneer mill: Northeastern communities get economic boost with mill reopening.
- The bugaboo with caribou.
- Graphite comes to Matheson: new processing operation rejuvenating stalled mill.
- Headway in Hearst: retention efforts drawing youth home.
- Timmins ups its tourism game: new accommodations meeting need for visitors.
- Five Northern leaders.
- Climbing to new professional heights: ARC fitness offers teambuilding; neighbouring coffee shop's conference space the perfect side.
- Bryston's on the Park a convenient escape: historic Sudbury building offers business meetings minutes out of downtown.
- Kenora gets keen on conferences: Northwest city builds hosting space to attract tournaments, conventions.
- The business of business meetings: Timmins hotel specializing in professional clientele.
- Holiday Inn transformation like 'night and day': Sudbury south end hotel's upgrades modernize the popular conference space.
- Fathom a cruise? Lake Nipissing excursion ship caters to the corporate crowd.
- Ring junior miner looks to China: Chinese railroaders going in-depth on transportation corridor.
- Northern Ontario PDAC presence growing: 70 Northern Ontario companies attending the largest mining exploration convention.
- New mindset needed for exploration.
- A 10-year vision for mining: mineral exploration gets a boost from provincial strategy.
- Mineral strategy falls short: watchdog group: Mining Watch Canada calls for special levy to finance mine rehabilitations.
- Professional development: it pays to know.