Vol. 40 Nbr. 1, November 2019
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- At the forefront of virtual reality: Sudbury's Kris Holland develops technology to digitally archive real-world spaces.
- Ring of Fire developer faces smelter opposition: Noront CEO seeks to clear the air on smelter technology, environmental safeguards.
- Workforce planning boards conducting labour survey: The Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities requests report to assess labour shortages in skilled trades.
- Newmont Goldcorp cuts ribbon on mine: Chapleau-area Borden Mine is Canada's first all-electric underground operation.
- Celebrating our election.
- How to live where you want to live.
- Plowing match showcased West Nipissing's ag sector: Historical farming community proud to share its local culture.
- Sudbury program to engage more women in policy, governance.
- Timmins-based Norex Drilling to be acquired in $19.7M deal.
- Webequie First Nation takes the lead on Ring of Fire supply road: Webequie First Nation hosts Thunder Bay open house to kick off EA process.
- Construction starts on East-West Tie, finally: Dignitaries break ground on power line twinning project.
- Political expediency not happening for Huron Central Railway: Rail advocates waiting for government to step up to save short-line freight service.
- The world beats a path to Sudbury: International mining delegations dig the Nickel City for its expertise and regreening story.
- Northern Ontario Business Awards.
- These Northern Ontario industries are primed for growth: Sault policy conference showcases industry, tourism sectors that could make a big impact.
- Sault's Waterfront Adventure Centre opens: The $2.3-million building welcomes corporate meetings.
- Sault solar panel manufacturer branching out: Heliene Inc. developing car chargers, greenhouse panels.
- Algoma Steel head leading national industry group.
- Enrolment doubles at Algoma U's Brampton campus.
- Greening up mine tailings with municipal waste: Terrapure Environmental brings award-winning solution to Sudbury.
- McIntyre Powder study supports need for future research: Nanoparticles found in aluminum dust administered to miners.
- A new owner for Cobalt's PolyMet Labs.