Vol. 39 Nbr. 8, June 2019
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- New industry, jobs coming to Opasatika: Truly Northern Farms establishing 23,000-square-foot indoor growing facility.
- Smelter pitch pays off for the Soo: Noront's ferrochrome plant promises jobs, prosperity.
- An organic solution to reclaim mine waste: Sudbury nickel miner and remediation company lauded for innovative tailings rehabilitation project.
- A stainless steel industry for the North? Attendees ponder possibilities at Federation of Northern Ontario Municipalities conference.
- Ten days on the road (in Northern Ontario).
- The case for a millennial class-action lawsuit.
- Northern Ontario needs a wood pipeline.
- Queen's Park to overhaul environment assessment regulations.
- New Liskeard furniture maker sets the stage to grow again: Three H Furniture uses provincial grant to boost production capacity, start second shift.
- Is there a repurposed future for power plant? Economic developers speak to OPG on Decommissioned generating station.
- Sudbury architect dies: Oryst Sawchuk designed municipal buildings, landmarks.
- Thunder Bay waterfront hotel finally opens: Delta Hotel opens door in city's Marina District.
- Wood program lands $1.2M in funding.
- Pure Gold revives a past producer in the Red Lake camp: Mine developer aiming for commercial production at Madsen Mine project in 2020.
- City of Elliot Lake buys site of former Algo Centre Mall.
- Decades-long fight to four-lane Highway 69 finally nears the end of the road: Feds drop $169 million to twin a 30-kilometre section of northeastern Ontario highway.
- Glencore ready to supply feed to northeastern Ontario cobalt refinery: First Cobalt signs agreement to source cobalt from Sudbury, western Quebec mines.
- Steel tariffs lifted on Canadian imports to U.S.
- Great Lakes port swayed Noront in picking Sault for ferrochrome plant: Smelter announcement sets wheels in motion for Queen's Park to release Ring of Fire development strategy.
- Innovation centre planning $4M expansion in Sudbury: NORCAT growing underground centre by 12,000 square feet to meet demand.
- Consultation and engagement the new mining norm: Noront CEO: AI Coutts shares learned experience during student workshop.
- Abattoirs need recognition as essential service, says Algoma farming group: Algoma Beef Corp. growing demand for Northern-produced beef, abattoir plans underway.
- Learning from Swedish success: Temiskaming chamber takes to the road to promote Europe highway safety model.