Vol. 38 Nbr. 8, June 2018
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- First Nation concerns dominate Ring of Fire forum.
- Taking the dip into white shrimp: New aquaculture business growing seafood staple near Sudbury.
- Former brewery building in Sudbury up for sale: Developer divesting property after failing to secure redevelopment loans from city.
- International Plowing Match and Rural Expo selects Verner for 2019 event: Annual event returns to the North after 10 years, 80,000 expected to attend.
- Has Vic Fedeli's time finally arrived?
- The Northern to-do list of the next government.
- Fraud: beware!(Business Sense)
- CROSH receives cash boost from province: Sudbury-based health and safety research centre receives five years of funding to support core projects.
- Science North receives 'historic' $16M in funding: Capital upgrades, expanded programming included in plans.
- From mine tech to workplace culture: Workplace intangibles of mental health, leadership paces annual Sudbury mining safety conference.
- Green future for gold company: Barrick Gold exec touts 'digital transformation' of mining corporation.
- Gowest produces $5-million financing plan to revive Timmins mine project: Gold mine developer preparing share offering, holds talks with major investor.
- Vale recognized for environmental efforts: Company receives Environmental Excellence Award from the Mining Association of Canada.
- Mining industry poised for expansion: Sudbury viewed as future global hub of mining innovation.
- Sudbury miner named head of Canadian Institute of Mining: Samantha Espley will lead the board for the 2020-2021 year.
- Harte Gold strikes it rich with mine financing deal: Commercial production starts at new White River-area gold mine in July.
- Cobalt refinery could be restarted: First Cobalt starts cost review of recommissioning, expanding northeastern Ontario processing plant.
- Pure Gold cashes up with $20 million for Red Lake exploration, mine development: Anglogold Ashanti takes 15 per cent ownership share of northwestern Ontario mine developer.
- Bio-economy could be on the move: Green energy provider preparing for the long haul in delivering wood pellets to market.
- Playing politics with resource revenue sharing: Municipal leader wants mining, forestry benefits deal for all Northern communities.
- Left in limbo in Pickle Lake: Old mine waste issues continue to stall development in northwestern Ontario community.
- Wood experiencing a 'renaissance': Mass timber program ushering in new building techniques.
- Timmins forging ahead with highway upgrades: City secured $3 million in provincial funds for ongoing restoration.
- Work to start on North Bay student centre: Long-planned-for project to include study space, atrium, quad.
- K-MAX boosts air flow and energy savings.