Vol. 38 Nbr. 3, January 2018
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- Algae makes monitoring business bloom.
- Smelter won't go where it isn't wanted: Noront.
- A new boss takes over at Island Gold Mine: Shareholders approve Alamos acquisition of Richmont Mines.
- Climate change moving faster than government: Winter road plan needs timeline, goals, says logistics professor.
- A university for Timmins?
- The existential question for the New Year.
- Northern Ontario living, 2027.
- Pedalling for the health of it: Sault-made machine aids healing in patients.
- Diamonds aren't forever at Victor Mine: Despite 2019 mine closure, De Beers still believes area holds potential.
- Making mine inspection safer: North Bay drone company inspecting underground cavities.
- Sault mayor confident in their Ring of Fire smelter pitch.
- Rail revival campaign takes on steam: Northeast passenger rail advocates craft proposal for election year release.
- Porter president earns business laurels.
- Journalist feted for mining coverage: Mining journal editor Norm Tollinsky inducted into Mining Hall of Fame.
- Wallbridge pushing for early production at Fenelon: Quebec property showing good results, say executives.
- Operations suspended at Sudbury mine: Ventilation shaft problems prompt Vale to shut down Coleman Mine until January.
- From computers to mountain summits: Mining software guru shares inspirational tales from globe-spanning career.
- Greater Sudbury council approves arena/casino complex site plan design.
- New owner for Sudbury power shopping centre: Canadian Tire investment trust acquires seven properties from RioCan.
- Maley extension making good progress: First phase of $80-million project to open in January.
- A new approach to design: Learning at Laurentian infused with Indigenous values.
- Prompt Payment becomes law in Ontario: Developers must pay contractors within 30 days for work completed.
- Tesla plugs into Sudbury: Electric car company installs charging infrastructure.
- Sault considers converting one-way streets: Traffic study underway to weigh benefits for business, residents.
- Power exported at a loss: Ontario engineers say excess green power being sold to U.S. at discounted rates.
- Wikwemikong to build teaching greenhouse.