Vol. 39 Nbr. 6, April 2019
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- Agreements seen as reconciliation: Ontario chiefs, ministry discuss experiences negotiating revenue-sharing agreements.
- Sault on the flight path for international air race: Airport will be overnight pit stop for Air Race Classic.
- Vale CEO steps down: Move comes one month following Jan. 25 tailings dam failure in Brazil.
- No mention of Northern passenger rail in transport minister's speech: GTA commuter rail, subway projects, highway four-laning on the province's transportation agenda.
- Northern Ontario Angels seeking Timmins entrepreneurs.
- A Canadian scandal that covers all the bases.
- A tale of two Canadian refugees.
- Three wishes for the North: number three.
- Resolute Forest Products not honouring SFL agreement, says First Nations leader: Treaty 3 chief calls out forest products giant, throws support behind Fort Frances mill revival.
- Mines could go nuclear in less than 10 years: Panel talks 'reliable, clean and cost-effective' energy being developed partially in Sudbury.
- 'Data democracy' changing the mining industry: Innovation and tech experts weigh in on the digital transformation of mining.
- Environmental assessment starts on Ring of Fire supply road: Webequie, SNC-Lavalin prepare study outline for airport-to-exploration camp route.
- Kap demo farm secures new tenant: Rogers Crop Enterprises to focus on cash crops.
- Applications sought for ag project funding.
- Sudbury's brewery scene pours out another addition: Forty Six North Brewing Company to open this spring.
- Building a knowledge-based economy: Algoma University positions itself as a catalyst for community innovation.
- Mining safety conference to focus on high-risk emergencies.
- Mining school to bring educational programming to South America.
- New association to focus on Indigenous housing.
- Timmins college introducing new bursary program.
- Marathon has high hopes to redevelop former pulp mill site: Queen's Park signals it's ready to lift environmental roadblocks to reopen brownfield to economic development.
- Renewed community confidence spurs Sault developers: With Algoma Steel on solid footing, city planners seeing more apartment rental units on the books.
- Software-testing firm pushing corporate Canada to do better: PLATO Testing established Sault office in September.
- Feds providing $100M to support steel, aluminum companies.
- International bridge corp. has new CEO.
- New boss at Algoma Steel.
- Sault eyes Oshawa workers to fill job vacancies: Recruitment efforts underway.