Vol. 38 Nbr. 10, August 2018
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- A blossoming business in cannabis: Women's health and wellness market is focus of female CEO of 48North Cannabis.
- Sault, Timmins shortlisted for smelter site: Ring of Fire mine developer drops Sudbury and Thunder Bay from site selection process.
- Joint venture forged to restart Nakina sawmill: Indigenous-private partnership aims to achieve 75 per cent First Nations employment.
- Cambrian College signs First Nation teachings into entire curriculum: College signs Indigenous Education Protocol in Sudbury to incorporate culture into academics and school life.
- The problem is that I'm no better than Doug.
- This government is different, better get used to it.
- Canadian CEOs more confident than global peers: KPMG CEO Outlook.
- North Bay firm MetricAid gets financial boost from FedNor: Software developer receives $216,487 to boost innovation to streamline patient care programs.
- Big investment in small homes: Minstead to build tiny homes in Iroquois Falls.
- Greenhouse company enters cannabis market: Sudbury-area Greenhouses Canada designing purpose-built facilities.
- The business of caring: Timmins eyeing social enterprise opportunities.
- Mining-polluted water a potential source of antibiotics: University research reveals links between algae and health benefits.
- Biosolids re-green mining wasteland: Reclamation project at Vale's tailings ponds in Sudbury wins award.
- Wabi Iron & Steel locked into Trent-Severn Waterway work: New Liskeard fabricator making components in rehabilitation of historic waterway.
- Regional farm co-op expanding grain-handling capacity: Temiskaming Agriculture Centre receives $1.7-million investment on elevator tower, storage.
- Georgian Bay resort expansion pays homage to community history: Construction of Killarney Mountain Lodge's Canada House conference centre underway, opening scheduled for spring, 2019.
- Sudbury airport inking new taxi contract: Cabs still available to pick up travellers.
- Come for a meeting, stay for the science: Dynamic Earth and Science North in Sudbury offers comprehensive packages for conferences, private events and meetings.
- Historic courthouse in Thunder Bay converting to boutique hotel.
- JD Aero scores fuel contract: Company will service military aircraft flying into Sault airport.
- Game planning to save a railroad: Sault Ste. Marie takes lead in lobbying for government dollars for short-line railway.
- Record June passenger numbers for Sault airport: More than 216,000 travellers use airport.
- Greyhound calls it quits in most of Northern Ontario: Bus company said 41 per cent drop in ridership since 2010.
- WestJet ending flights out of Sudbury in October.