Vol. 39 Nbr. 12, October 2019
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- First Nations need to lead Far North growth: Eabametoong chief regards 'nation-building' as key to developing local economies.
- Vale's digital evolution takes shape: Sudbury nickel miner moving to world's largest underground wireless network.
- Sudbury-area lumber company establishing plant: Lahaie Lumber building sawmill, creating jobs.
- Book celebrates 100 years of Kirkland Lake: Gold for a Mad Miner shares stories of local legends.
- Forestry sector has a role in fighting climate change.
- The Ring of Fire bulldozer is here. Will it work?
- Thunder Bay: the pain, the opportunity, and the newspaper.
- Sudbury college celebrates $5M in donations to trades programming: Seven companies have contributed heavy equipment technology over the last 15 years.
- Training programs to ready job seekers for forestry sector: Province announced $2.4 million in funding on Sept. 6.
- Welding students get a leg up in Kirkland Lake: Ontario Centres of Excellence funding applied research work.
- A foot in the door to the steel industry: Sault College rolls pilot program to teach the basics of working in steel.
- First Nations powerline technicians program up for national award.
- New director appointed to College Boreal in Timmins: Melanie Dufresne started in role on Aug. 26.
- Pilot project looks to fill gaps in Sault's hospitality sector: Four-week program trains people in housekeeping, front desk, culinary, more.
- Women in trades strategy underway, says forum: Canadian Apprenticeship Forum eyes 2020 for completion of National Strategy for Women in Trades.
- Haileybury hosts coworking space: Co-Worx catering to small-business owners, independent workers.
- Adopting technology critical to competitiveness, say IBM tech gurus: Sudbury's Centre for Smart Mining encourages partnerships between small business and technology giants.
- Frontier Lithium developing high-value property in northwestern Ontario.
- Dryden-area gold mine gets environmental green light: Ottawa approves EA for Treasury Metals' Goliath Gold project.
- NORCAT secures $1.1M for mine test centre.
- North Bay airport gets $5M upgrade: Crosswind runway updated to meet modern standards.
- Conference to examine challenges, realities of rural access to broadband.
- MetricAid, Medevision merge into one company.
- Canadore College opens genomics lab: State-of-the-art facility will foster student learning, applied research.