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Articles from Northern Ontario Business (November 1, 2001)

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Title Author Type Words
Aboriginal communities study mining impact. (Fednor Update). Brief Article 613
Aboriginals stakeholders in economy. (Aboriginal Business). Brief Article 569
Addressing privacy issues: New standards set to become law by 2004. (Guest Columnist). Contardo, Darren Brief Article 593
Animated trio: Young entrepreneurs turn their passion for comic books into a career. Ross, Ian Brief Article 827
Annual conference boasts record attendance. (Fednor Update). Brief Article 521
Aviation, forestry focus of alliance. Muir, Ross Brief Article 646
Awards ceremony honours North's best and brightest: Northern Ontario Business Awards gala attracts over 400 delegates. (Northern Ontario Business Awards). Ross, Ian Brief Article 796
Business park aimed at encouraging growth. (Aboriginal Business). Mccauley, Jennifer Brief Article 343
Call centre industry witnesses steady growth. (Sault Ste. Marie). Ross, Ian Brief Article 563
Carving out a spot in e-commerce revolution. (Guest Columnist). Fedeli, Peter Brief Article 629
Chamber presents awards. (Sault Ste. Marie). Brief Article 126
City attracts call centre. (Around the North). Brief Article 84
City positions itself to spur private sector growth: Industrial marketing strategy among key components of Sault's strategic plan. (Sault Ste. Marie Special Report). Ross, Ian 797
Convention and Meeting venues: Ranked by 2001 maximum square footage available for Meetings/Conventions. (Corporate Gifts & Event Planning). Directory 1677
Cost-effective method to measure seedling stress. (Tech Scene). Sitter, Ken Brief Article 641
Creating a culture within an organization helps retain employees. (Northern Ontario Business Awards). Huhtala, Sari Brief Article 526
Culture captivates tourists. (Aboriginal Business). Mccauley, Jennifer Brief Article 755
Diversified product line captures new markets: Northwestern Ontario-based wild rice processor and distributor develops health bars, baskets. (Aboriginal Business). Yeo, Tracey Brief Article 694
Effective presentations deliver impact messages. (Corporate Gifts & Event Planning). Neilson, Marjorie 625
Entertainment adds zest to events. (Corporate Gifts & Event Planning Guide). Nelson, Katherine Thompson Brief Article 738
Entrepreneurial climate shifting: Aboriginal women-led businesses up by 406 per cent. (Aboriginal Business). Sky, Loretta Brief Article 598
FedNor salutes volunteers across the North. (FedNor Update). Brief Article 225
Funding delays slow construction. (Sault Ste. Marie). Ross, Ian Brief Article 647
Future of heritage site secured. (Sault Ste. Marie). Ross, Ian Brief Article 566
Having a relationship with client simplifies gift selection process. (Corporate Gifts & Event Planning Guide). Nelson, Katherine Thompson Brief Article 667
Impact of casual work under review. Sitter, Ken Brief Article 469
Industry, First Nations allies with shared vision. (Aboriginal Business). Tomlinson, Marla Brief Article 548
IT strategies enhance customer service: Manitoulin Transport has become a customer-service leader through Web initiatives. (Information Technology -- Special Report). Ross, Ian Brief Article 615
Kam Kotia cleanup underway. Ross, Ian Brief Article 496
Lobbying continues. (Around the North). Brief Article 95
Manager steps in to salvage jobs: Union Energy branch closure prompts former employee to launch a business. (Sault Ste. Marie). Ross, Ian Brief Article 578
Mayor proposes tax incentives. (Sault Ste. Marie). Ross, Ian Brief Article 359
Message from the Minister of Industry. (FedNor Update). Brief Article 843
Message from the Secretary of State. (FedNor Update). Brief Article 835
New CFDC logo unveiled. (Fednor Update). Brief Article 173
Northern numbers. Brief Article 1021
Northern Rural Medical School becomes a reality: Plans to create a medical school in the North will be a shot-in-the-arm for Northern Ontario's ailing health care system. (Fednor Update). Brief Article 821
OACFDC partnership key to success of Community Futures Program. (Fednor Update). Brief Article 579
Passing the Baton: The success of any volunteer organization is dependent on the strength and commitment of its leadership. (Fednor Update). Brief Article 596
Power to empower communities. (Aboriginal Business). Muir, Ross Brief Article 902
Program bolsters young entrepreneurs. (Sault Ste. Marie). Ross, Ian Brief Article 647
Quality of life counts in the North. Michels, Bob Brief Article 522
RAPIDS links businesses in Sault with investors. (Sault Ste. Marie). Clark, Pauline Brief Article 401
Relationships key to customer retention. (Northern Ontario Business Awards). Ross, Ian Brief Article 584
Salute to small business: Young entrepreneurs recognized. Ross, Ian Brief Article 548
Sault College enhances Flight Training Program. (FedNor Update). Brief Article 841
Seamless tube mill back in business: Algoma Tubes plans next step to maintain viability in market. (Sault Ste. Marie). Ross, Ian Brief Article 707
Small business with big plans: Entrepreneur plans to develop an e-business data centre. Ross, Ian Brief Article 769
Solution to Web searching: Surfing the Web in the business world can be a daunting task. Milne, John Brief Article 817
South African trade opportunities explored. Brief Article 261
Spirit of Sudbury 2001 committee continues 20 years later. Gilhula, Vicki Brief Article 423
Steelmaker's woes slow economy. (Sault Ste. Marie). Ross, Ian Brief Article 1182
The new reality: Sept. 11 attack will have long lasting impact on business lives. Atkins, Michael Brief Article 696
Tourism partners join forces to formulate plan. (Sault Ste. Marie). Ross, Ian Brief Article 700
Trade Bridge 2001 welcomes the world. (FedNor Update). Brief Article 680
Weyerhaeuser's commitment to education: Educational initiatives build on Weyerhaeuser's lifelong learning philosophy. (Corporate Profile). Brief Article 1112
Young entrepreneur does it naturally. (Aboriginal Business). Yeo, Tracey Brief Article 528

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