Vol. 39 Nbr. 9, July 2019
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- Consultant claims ONTC no fan of passenger rail: Crown railroader counters it's teamed up with Metrolinx on business case to restore train service.
- Is there new life for Kidd Mine? New ore discovery spurs Glencore to drill deep at legendary Timmins mine.
- Sault moulding producer sold to Brampton company.
- Sault forager finding niche with 'black gold': TruNorth Chaga processing mushroom for international market.
- OK, employers: time to step up (again).
- On the Raptors and paying your dues.
- It's time for Northern Conservatives to unite.
- A meeting of the minds: Research hub aims to solve challenges in remote First Nations.
- Domtar Dryden gets a new boss.
- Junior miner, First Nation to go exploring for carbon credits: AurCrest Gold signs with leading carbon offset developer to find value from the trees.
- Public gets its final say on Dryden-area mine's EA: July 12 deadline for public comments on Treasury Metals' Goliath Gold project.
- Kenora beermaker brewing up second production facility to supply new microsites: Expansion to Winnipeg, Minnesota fuels growth spurt with new capacity.
- Cambrian College lands $1.75M for mining technology research: Sudbury institution designated as national Centre for Smart Mining.
- Laurentian loses world leader in economic geology.
- Southern Ontario team wins provincial mine rescue competition: K+S Windsor Salt Ojibway Mine team declared overall winner at two-day event.
- Sudbury INO VP chairing Ontario Mining Association: Peter Xavier elected during May 29 annual meeting.
- That's a wrap in Attawapiskat: After 10 years, De Beers processes last diamondiferous ore.
- Market hungry for Indigenous food: Northern Ontario strategy identifies opportunities for growth in Indigenous culinary experiences.
- Harvesters put their skills on display: Forestry training program impresses equipment suppliers, develops regional workforce.
- First Nation mat supplier makes inroads north: Transmission line work has Moccasin Trails looking for Indigenous partner.
- Northwest First Nations protest provincial Woodland Caribou Conservation Plan: Red Rock Chief won't be 'force-fed' conservation plan that jeopardizes development, threatens communities.
- Evacuee housing eyed for Timmins: CREE-Ative Structures proposes emergency housing centres for displaced community members.
- Timmins sawmill celebrates a century of work: EACOM facility has survived two fires and a flood, amidst a rapidly changing industry.
- Employer toolkit promotes hiring by design: Recommendations to aid Timmins employers close labour gaps.
- Influential Women of Northern Ontario for 2019: Thirteen more women join growing group of respected leaders.