Vol. 39 Nbr. 2, December 2018
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- Algoma-raised beef tantalizing southern tastebuds: Penokean Hills Farms finding market in Toronto restaurants.
- White River enters the golden age: Opening of mine signals spinoff opportunities for northwestern Ontario town.
- Rewriting the online skrit: Literacy app Skritswap secures funding.
- Sault-area farmers cultivating brewing hops: Northern Skies Hops plans to double crop in two years.
- Northern Ontario: a digital dead end?
- University politics: deja vu all over again.
- The season for snowbirds: warm up & don't heat up.
- Natural gas provider inks delivery deals with mining companies: Certarus seeks to displace propane for underground mine heating and power generation.
- Mine developments spur power line planning: Hydro One to start design work on Thunder Bay-Atikokan-Dryden transmission project.
- Port elevators feed northwestern agricultural renaissance: Richardson Terminals in Thunder Bay mark 100 years on the city's waterfront.
- Bigger, faster, more efficient airport unveiled.
- The little hot sauce company that could: Thunder Bay's Heartbeat Hot Sauce quickly gains fans across the world.
- Brule Creek Farms' decade of transformation: Thunder Bay-area's Brule Creek Farms expands from four mill to sole local canola oil purveyor.
- Resolute spending $53.5M on northwestern mill operations: Montreal producer boosting production, cutting energy costs.
- Altruism breeds success for coffee roaster: Sales of Birch Bark Coffee Co. have skyrocketed since launch.