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Auto insurance industry turns up heat on government plan. May 1, 1991 987
Quality, supply of wood no problem for Kap mill. May 1, 1991 1046
"Get busy" on pay equity, co-ordinator advises. Apr 1, 1991 648
Kidd Creek addresses pay equity with one-time wage adjustments. Apr 1, 1991 532
Algoma Steel restructures to ensure its future. Apr 1, 1991 1348
The Sault can handle the challenge: mayor. Apr 1, 1991 1074
Professor says MNR lacks clear policy direction. Mar 1, 1991 625
Doctors, province setting agenda for contract talks. Mar 1, 1991 745
Great Lakes shipping threatened by proposed navigational aids fees. Dec 1, 1990 1257
Restriction lifted, province's doctors can advertise. Dec 1, 1990 1230
Grain prices and sales tumble. Nov 1, 1990 1263
Hong Kong investors committed to coming. Nov 1, 1990 490
Ambitious list of projects contained in final report on waterfront rejuvenation. Nov 1, 1990 590
Prestigious international championships will cost about $20 million to stage. Nov 1, 1990 830
Buyer's market expected to continue. Nov 1, 1990 464
Building permits keep pace. Nov 1, 1990 171
Harbour Park an alternative for firms looking for land. Nov 1, 1990 335
Relief in sight for congested airport, construction of new terminal moved ahead. Nov 1, 1990 917
Complex international financing holding up $100-million contract. Nov 1, 1990 770
Marketing, service vital to competing against U.S. retail. Nov 1, 1990 248
Thunder Bay attracting fewer Americans, but Canadian tourists pick up the slack. Nov 1, 1990 540
Lift of market protection has no impact, but the recession is affecting Renegade. Nov 1, 1990 825
Port feeling effects of reduced sales of grain. Oct 1, 1990 576
Labor has many suggestions for New Democrat government. Oct 1, 1990 947
Northwestern development groups discuss the region's future. Oct 1, 1990 701
Banks and insurance sector at odds over proposed legislation. Oct 1, 1990 936
Finance minister vigorously defends tough economic stand. Oct 1, 1990 878
CIBC chairman predicts that a recession is near. Oct 1, 1990 481
Provincial election falls short of generating expected business. Sep 1, 1990 584
Unions want protection from GST-caused inflation; government calls for restraint. Sep 1, 1990 994
Forest industries tighten belts for pending recession. Sep 1, 1990 795
Canadian, European politicians say lumber boycott unlikely. Sep 1, 1990 767
Investors said to be undeterred by Algoma work stoppage. Sep 1, 1990 874
Armstrong's Neill has impressed the goliaths. Sep 1, 1990 756
Parliamentary assistant says Fontaine led north to start of a 'renaissance'. Aug 1, 1990 948
One mill to get de-inking system: Abitibi gears up for recycling. Aug 1, 1990 724
Kap's Spruce Falls sold to Quebec-based company. Aug 1, 1990 501
Kirkland Lake brothers expand business into Ottawa. Aug 1, 1990 554
City leaders adopt more aggressive attitude. Aug 1, 1990 697
Waterfront, Schumacher top list of major, new tourism projects. Aug 1, 1990 886
Upgraded Kamiskotia ski hill now competitive in province. Aug 1, 1990 803
Construction association wants all contractors on same footing. Aug 1, 1990 880
Timmins equipment manufacturer takes sand out of sandblasting. Aug 1, 1990 562
Steady growth of retail sector predicted by chamber president. Aug 1, 1990 530
Fur trappers take many types of animals within city limits. Aug 1, 1990 877
Lack of tax incentives discouraging exploration; activity by smaller firms falls off. Aug 1, 1990 613
Downtown BIA's big expansion plan delayed for now, but not abandoned. Aug 1, 1990 641
Pulp, paper producers plead for time to reduce pollutants: federal deadline 'unrealistic'. Jul 1, 1990 1041
Computerized truck guidance nearly completed. Jul 1, 1990 344
Growing Parry Sound firm gains national recognition. Jul 1, 1990 560
Big companies a welcome market, but supply firms look elsewhere. Jul 1, 1990 791
ERG's gold tailings reclamation idle for at least all of this year. Jul 1, 1990 580
Giant Yellowknife 'doing well' in battle to reduce costs. Jul 1, 1990 1320
Gold exploration in Wawa steady, but less intense. Jul 1, 1990 944
Prospectors fear impact of new environmental laws, Kasner says mining firms are more welcome in Chile. Jul 1, 1990 652
Prospectors hardest hit by escalating interest rates. Jul 1, 1990 425
Rich Hemlo gold field still churning it out. Jul 1, 1990 876
No working gold mines in region, but there's hope in Beardmore-Geraldton. Jul 1, 1990 668
Reducing the dependence on natural resources: not everyone believes that efforts to diversify Northern Ontario's economy are working. Jun 1, 1990 1041
Minimal economic impact expected from Quebec securing independence. Jun 1, 1990 888
Temagami wilderness agreement unsatisfactory to many. Jun 1, 1990 859
Battle lines remain unchanged in fight over northern forests. Jun 1, 1990 911
Native business centre tackles financing problems. May 1, 1990 617
'Find your niche,' says Diamond. Interview May 1, 1990 535
Tax will add $2,000 to new home: builder. May 1, 1990 662
Home builders prepare for poor 1991. May 1, 1990 967
GST expected to reduce builders' costs. May 1, 1990 1047
Don't be deceived by results for construction by district. May 1, 1990 795
Builder counteracts costs of government legislation by employing subcontractors. May 1, 1990 446
Slowdown predicted in Timmins after 10-year high. May 1, 1990 646
New hospital main event in Timmins construction. May 1, 1990 740
Local investors shunned Timmins hotel opportunity. May 1, 1990 342
Swift change of fortunes hits hard at Algoma Steel. May 1, 1990 755
Fratesi says city will not be bullied. May 1, 1990 864
Waterfront development a cure for desperate times. May 1, 1990 1101
Funding committed, but repairs still on hold. May 1, 1990 547
Investment interest high, action tough to generate. May 1, 1990 480
International border is good news and bad news for Sault Ste. Marie. May 1, 1990 930
Railway to lose main customer if mine closes. May 1, 1990 1121
Airport seeking proposals to develop excess of land. May 1, 1990 585
CITC training and upgrading keeps workers in the market. May 1, 1990 790
Record year predicted for real estate. May 1, 1990 925
Agawa Canyon train tour needs cash influx. May 1, 1990 427
HATS promotes tourism by many means. May 1, 1990 659
Centre creates jobs, but little hype. May 1, 1990 708
St. Marys works to bring new machine up to speed. May 1, 1990 938
New president ready for challenges. May 1, 1990 830
New hospitality institute to have work-like setting. May 1, 1990 725
University college a bargain: president. May 1, 1990 871
Food company prepares for future. May 1, 1990 823
Mayor believes diversification puts dent in city's old image. May 1, 1990 612

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