Vol. 36 Nbr. 8, June 2016
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- Heavy truck upgrader expands: Gin-Cor acquires southern Ontario trailer manufacturer.
- One size doesn't fit all.
- Hideaway pictures' Hallmark moment: new deal between Sudbury and American production companies 'touches every part of industry'.
- Reinvigorating North Bay: Baylor report offers recommendations for change.
- Education, or bust, for the district of Timiskaming.
- Where the only goal is to do good.
- Cultural development of the North takes vision.
- Latchford gets its dam: second half of dam replacement getting underway.
- North Shore gas project inches forward: feasibility study underway for LNG conversion and distribution network.
- Protecting the wood basket: Northwest leaders push value of forestry on Queen's Park.
- Co-op provides on-the-job education: Sudbury architecture students get their hands dirty with the industry co-op.
- Sky's the limit in the Sault: aircraft overhaul and mai ntenance company undergoes expansion.
- Start up sitting down: Sudbury startup's ergonomic chair design inspired by architectural principals.
- A call for change in mining: industry needs better decision-making: NAP president.
- Sudbury research centre gets moving: workplace simulator and mobile lab will expand centre's coverage and capabilities.
- Consultation requires trust and respect: aboriginal relations branch reaching out to industry.
- Timmins to host land reclamation conference in June.
- Hollinger Mine makes progress in development: open pit taking shape at Timmins mine.
- Making the move to digital: georeference mineral claims to prep for digital system: ministry.
- Big data getting bigger: data analytics companies a growing resource in North.
- Exploration rebate program taking applicants.
- Kidd Operations recognized for philanthropy.
- Maley Drive gets go-ahead: construction on Sudbury arterial road begins this summer.
- Lockheed Martin teams with Sudbury helo maintenance firm.
- North Bay innovation centre marks $2-million expansion.