Vol. 39 Nbr. 10, August 2019
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- Cannabis company plots explosive growth: GaiaCann maps out large-scale Espanola cultivation and processing operation.
- International Plowing Match will spotlight Northern Ontario agriculture: West Nipissing gears up for provincial agriculture expo in September, expected to draw thousands.
- Lakehead University leads the way in innovation: Professors specializing in early cancer detection, value-added forest products, named Canada research chairs.
- Sault chamber marks 130 years in operation.
- Developer awaits provincial facility licence on $500M Bonfield sawmill.
- It's the pocketbook, stupid.
- Let's make a deal: win-win climate change policy.
- Indigenous software-testing firm lands $2.6M: PLATO Testing established in the Sault in 2018.
- Timmins' Feldman Timber switching to BMR Group banner: Addition marks BMR Group's ninth Ontario store.
- Brighter, lighter and longer lasting miners cap lamp.
- Red Lake developer to release gold mine plan this year.
- River Valley could host PGM mine: New Age Metals economic study sees open-pit potential, east of Sudbury.
- Komatsu acquires Elliot Lake mining supplier.
- Mining group urging gender diversity in workplace.
- Red Lake gold explorer strikes it rich in exploration financing.
- Digital storytelling for mining: Vancouver tech company aligns with Kirkland Lake Gold to play mineral matchmaker.
- Is Heritage North too big, too costly for Kirkland Lake? Council questions arise over costs to operate municipal banquet hall.
- Kirkland Lake auto shop fined for faulty equipment that injured two.
- New monument pays tribute to Kirkland Lake's first gold prospectors: Sudbury sculptor creates a life-sized bronze monument for town's centennial.
- 'Buy Canadian' policy will save Bombardier: Thunder Bay mayor: Union said tradespeople exodus from passenger car plant has started.
- Sudbury airport reinforces culture of safety: Margaret Menczel hired last September as manager of regulatory compliance and safety management systems.
- Thunder Bay port benefits from Chinese embargo of Canadian grain.
- Thunder Bay ridesharing service expands into northeastern Ontario: Uride operational in Thunder Bay, Sudbury and North Bay.