Vol. 40 Nbr. 3, January 2020
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- Construction delayed on pot processing plant: Sudbury's Gaia-Cann anticipates August 2020 production start.
- The end game in Fort Frances: Northwestern Ontario town looks to uncertain future without pulp and paper.
- Forestry plan unveiled.
- Is there a government subsidy in the cards for the Huron Central Railway? New incoming ownership for Genesee & Wyoming may finally free up government funding.
- A New Year's toast to the art of the possible.
- Is your community welcoming?
- What do northern grandparents worry about?
- Speeding up the North's info highway: Blue Sky Net seeking feedback on internet service.
- Ignace last remaining northern community in running for nuclear waste repository.
- First Nation sees value-added opportunities with industrial park: Fort William First Nation teams up with Thunder Bay to organize, promote on-reserve brownfield property.
- Architect, green building expert returns to his roots in Sudbury: Jason McLennan spoke to students about how to create a regenerative master plan for Sudbury at the McEwen School of Architecture.
- North Bay architect named to prestigious industry group: Brian Bertrand named to Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.
- Exploring new uses for Thunder Bay's brownfield sites: Study underway to catalogue what industrial properties could be repurposed to attract investment.
- Northern Ontario sculptor casts his legacy in bronze: Tyler Fauvelle has installed public monuments across Ontario, including a statue of Stompin' Tom Connors in Sudbury.
- Sudbury junior miner granted approval to drill within Wolf Lake forest reserve: Flag Resources obtains provincial permit to resume exploration at Wolf Lake, despite opposition.
- Machine learning hackathon will be hosted in Sudbury.
- Sudbury's acid-damaged lakes have recovered faster than expected, experts say: Clean air and recovering forests mean healthier lakes.
- Sudbury mining centre to fast-track new tech: Cambrian College's Centre for Smart Mining was designated a provincial Technology Access Centre in June.
- Sudbury med-tech company counts down to product launch: Flosonics Medical, developers of the FloPatch, are ready to commercialize as MedTech Innovators.
- Laurentian unveils one-of-a-kind workplace simulator: The Centre for Research in Occupational Safety and Health (CROSH) gave a demo of the W-SIM at an open house on Dec. 4.
- Manitoulin passenger bus service hitting the road this spring: Homegrown transportation solution aiming to serve small communities.
- Drones taking to skies in Moose Cree nation: Drone delivery service expected to get underway this summer.
- Time to road test Swedish highway model in Northern Ontario, says chamber committee: Temiskaming group feeling vindication that provincial consultants' report backs their case for 2+1.
- Australians make a $475-million splash in Red Lake mining camp: Evolution Mining enters northwest with plans to boost production, lower operating costs, spend like mad on exploration.
- No more working in data silos in underground mines: Sudbury software designer creates digital solution centralizing all of a mine's functions into one system.
- First Cobalt anticipates refinery restart in 2020.
- Rirkland Lake Gold to acquire Detour Gold in $4.9-billion deal: Transaction to combine northeastern Ontario operations expected to be complete by late January.