Vol. 38 Nbr. 11, September 2018
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- Ontario is a tough place to do mineral exploration.
- Sudbury road project on time, budget: First phase of city's largest road construction project to be done by December.
- Timmins-conceived safety glove available in stores: Mine Safety Solutions now working on redesigned coverall.
- Elliot Lake vying to be site of innovative Samsung-led renewable energy project: City awaits confirmation on provincial funding.
- A business culture revolution in Sudbury.
- Taxes, taxes, taxes. Yes, I said taxes.
- Family business succession--too early to plan? Never!(Business Sense)
- No chips on these cooks' shoulders: Healthy competition keeps Sturgeon Falls chip stand rivalry humming.
- Capreol riverfront gets a facelift: Walking path, beach access ramp, benches all part of $1.8-million redesign and repairs.
- Testing for Sudbury--made cancer tool begins: RNA Diagnostics, Inc. announces clinical trial for breast cancer monitoring tool.
- Airport business centre gets a facelift in Sudbury: Feedback wanted for 10-year master plan.
- Fashionable threads spread positive vibes: Sudbury's The Positive Inception designed to support others.
- Sudbury projects infusing core with colour: Elgin Street Greenway to create one long park and pathway.
- First Nations build future in forestry: Joint venture deal provides Agoke group jobs, economic benefits to three communities.
- Court wields the axe on illegal harvesters: Harvesting Crown timber without licence nets hefty fine for Sudbury-area man.
- Third Biomass North Forum slated for October.
- Greenhouse growing local food: ASM Innovations addressing food security in northwestern Ontario.
- Cobalt mining conference taking shape: Land rehabilitation, mining legacy and cobalt exploration are featured topics at September event.
- Sault event centre undergoing name change.
- High cost, lack of use shutter Thunder Bay Generating Station: Investment in repairs for ailing plant 'unjustifiable,' says power authority.
- Competition stays hot for smelter: Noront Resources boss offers insight into ferrochrome facility selection process.
- Mine developer waiting on provincial permits.
- Sault Ste. Marie's vision in white: Cladding replacement project underway on city's Civic Centre.
- Timmins offering development incentives: Suite of new grants designed to ease construction costs.
- Time to change the conversation about skilled trades, says employment minister: New initiatives are helping to attract new people to the industry as widening gap looms.