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Articles from Northern Ontario Business (November 1, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
A look inside business. Brief Article 259
Annual awards honour tops in North. 890
Atlas Copco Exploration Products: company of the year (51+ employees). Ross Ian 800
Avoid pitfalls when outsourcing: service-level agreements can be multi-faceted. Wareing, Andrew 758
Award judges for 2003. 1130
Awards honour roll. Directory 1082
Biotech cluster in the offing. Louiseize, Kelly 433
Biotechnology cluster a Northern reality: people around the world have reason to celebrate what is being accomplished in Northern Ontario. An innovative biotechnology company is working on two exciting projects that could one day benefit the entire global population. 298
Bombardier cuts back. Brief Article 127
Boniferro hails mill as success: alliance carves path to new market, new products. Ross, Ian 1271
BRAND seeks information on North's need for broadband. Brief Article 131
Buckner shares perspectives on business. Transcript 429
City plots RFPs for feasibility study on biotechnology cluster. Ross, Ian 423
Conference Speakers. 589
Des connexions saines: pour les medecins et les autres professionnels de la sante de la region, cela signifie un processus de diagnostic ameliore et de nouvelles possibilites en matiere d'education. Brief Article 305
Diamond study launched. Brief Article 110
Digital privacy act to increase security. Wareing, Andrew 553
Discover Abitibi: Entrepreneurial community of the year. Wareing Andrew 689
Division of cultures a barrier to development. Jaehrling, Norman 667
E-learning strategy in the works. Brief Article 267
Economic development council planned. Brief Article 130
Equipment surplus leads to web project. Wareing, Andrew 615
ERCO poised for expansion. Louiseize, Kelly 489
Fabio Belli: young entrepreneur of the year. Louiseize, Kelly 773
FedNor opens International Business Centre in Sault Ste. Marie. Brief Article 276
FedNor ouvre un centre de commerce international a Sault Ste. Marie. 326
FedNor report to Northerners: an update on the government of canada action plan for Northern Ontario. Brief Article 184
Figuratively speaking. Macintyre, John Brief Article 140
Forest management under microscope. Wareing, Andrew 532
Forestry Report: industry at loggerheads, crisis looming, operator says. Louiseize, Kelly Industry Overview 803
Funding allocated for land use plan, road development. Brief Article 94
Gingrich woodcrafts expands in northwest. Louiseize, Kelly Company Profile 293
Hiring youth may hike insurance rates. Wareing, Andrew 653
Host city participation paramount to success. 474
Industry embraces new 10-year process: government introducing new revamped forest management rules. Wareing, Andrew 827
Innovative Northerners at work: innovation--it's about turning ideas and knowledge into new products, new services, and new ways of doing things. By working with community partners, and investing in a variety of innovative projects, FedNor is strengthening the Government of Canada's innovation agenda in Northern Ontario. Here are just a few examples:. 524
Ionic Engineering Ltd. Innovation award. Wareing Andrew 1015
IT needs determined by business plan direction: the key is to determine where IT fits into your company's plans. Wareing, Andrew 756
Kenogami mill back on line, value-added manufacturing eyed. Wareing, Andrew 437
Lacasse Fine Wood Products Inc. Company of the year (1-15 employees). Louiseize, Kelly 788
Laurie Thompson: essay scholarship winner. Ross, Ian 553
Learning curve steep for many entrepreneurs. Brief Article 206
Les gens du Nord remuent des idees ... capitales. 523
Les innovateurs du Nord a l'oeuvre: l'innovation consiste a transformer des idees et connaissances en nouveaux produits et services et a adopter de nouvelles facons de faire les choses. En collaborant avec des partenaires communautaires et en investissant dans une variete de projets innovateurs, FedNor renforce le programme d'innovation du gouvernement du Canada dans le Nord de l'Ontario. Voici quelques exemples:. 640
Making healthy connections: to physicians and other health care professionals in the region, it will mean improved diagnosis and new educational opportunities. Brief Article 257
Mapping technology to enter world market: R-MAP system replaces field crews in forest inventories, increases efficiences. 862
Miller Technology Inc. Company of the year (16-50 employees). Ross, Ian 717
New Liskeard's labour pool attracts call centre. Brief Article 322
New pilot project partners youth interns with private sector. 373
News wire plans broad coverage in Algoma. Ross, Ian Company Profile 640
Norfab building components Inc. Judges' choice award. Ross, Ian 972
Northern leaders share thoughts, lessons learned. Fedeli, Vic. Interview 446
Northern numbers. Illustration 208
Northern representation good news. Atkins, Michael 733
Northerners brainstorm capital ideas. 420
Persistencey spells success for SMEs. Brief Article 223
Plan aims to curb out-migration. Ross, Ian 493
Rapport de FedNor destine aux gens du Nord: une mise a jour du plan d'action du gouvernement du Canada pour le Nord de l'Ontario. Brief Article 228
Sault sees security as future strength: waterfront project set to advance. Ross, Ian 1086
Sault tourism numbers off track in 2003. Ross Ian 735
Sellers seeking certified wood despite consumer ignorance: certification means going "above and beyond" when doing forest planning. Wareing, Andrew 599
Serpent River Trading Post: First Nations business award of excellence. Louiseize, Kelly 826
Sharing trials, triumphs is what it is all about. 552
Shortage of wood stunting mill growth. Wareing, Andrew Brief Article 633
Skilled trades shortage revives program: Sault College tries to address industry needs through training. Ross, Ian 738
Skyrocketing lumber prices shaving contractors' profit margins: soaring prices stalling building sector. Wareing, Andrew 682
SMEs poised for growth. Brief Article 124
Software framework extends capabilities of client server. Louiseize, Kelly 488
Software pick of the month. Brief Article 83
Solution aimed at brain gain in North. Robinson, Dave 778
Taxation system unfair, group claims: part two of a three-part series examining the issue of property taxation. Ross, Ian 978
Technology allows research-posting online. Brief Article 127
Tembec, First Nations sign forestry agreement. Brief Article 185
Tenaris to acquire mill. Brief Article 115
The month starts here: some things that you need to know--and a few you probably don't. Interview 126
Thunder Bay-based mill scales back workforce. Brief Article 129
Tom Palangio: entrepreneur of the year. Wareing, Andrew 817
Top logging companies. Illustration 792
Tough times call for increased perseverance. Company Profile 397
Tourism proposal. Brief Article 94
Trade mission proposed. Brief Article 102
Un nouveau projet pilote jumelle de jeunes stagiaires au secteur prive. 549
Un reseau en biotechnologie? Une realite dans le Nord: le monde entier a des raisons de se rejouir de ce qui s'accomplit dans le Nord de l'Ontario. Une societe de biotechnologie innovatrice travaille a deux projets interessants dont pourrait un jour profiter toute la population mondiale. 337
Understanding changing face of workforce. Brief Article 169
Volunteerism opens door for Web business. Ross, Ian Brief Article 322
Walkway planned. Brief Article 128
Welcome to Thunder Bay. Boshcoff, Ken Brief Article 178
Wolfden leads the pack: Ewan Downie sees firm as takeover target. Huhtala, Sari Cover Story 1150
Wood Works! recognizes champions of wood. Brief Article 264
You're invited to Sault Ste.Marie in 2004. Rowswell, John 113

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