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Articles from Northern Ontario Business (April 1, 2002)

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"Wake-up call" sparks strategy. (Iroquois Falls). Lynch, Michael Brief Article 463
Aiport invests in new security system. Lynch, Michael Brief Article 490
Airlines with Northern Ontario Destinations. Brief Article 113
Aviation industry flying high in Parry Sound-Muskoka. (Transportation). Ladan, Mark Brief Article 601
Basement operation expands to big business: Woodworker turns side-job into 50-employee manufacturing plant. Ross, Ian Brief Article 506
Business leaders bash city council's approach to development. Lynch, Michael Brief Article 692
Charge viewed as "cash grab". Lynch, Michael Brief Article 561
City holds young entrepreneur networking event. Scheddin, Diana Brief Article 316
City ignored planner's warnings. (Sault Ste. Marie). Ross, Ian Brief Article 671
College's eDome slated to open this fall: Multimedia, Web-based facility breaks down geographical barriers. Sanders, Leslie Brief Article 701
Decline in shipments jeopardizes future growth: Grain shipments to Thunder Bay plummet to 33-year low, industry officials express concern over future of grain elevators. (Transportation: Special Report). Lynch, Michael Brief Article 915
Deregulation: Buyer beware. Ross, Ian Brief Article 433
Distillery in works. (Iroquois Falls). Scheddin, Diana Brief Article 267
E-commerce contact centre slated to open late summer. Ross, Ian Brief Article 445
Establishment of port authority explored: City considers integrating commercial transportation initiative via one of the busiest waterways in the world. (Sault Ste. Marie). Ross, Ian Brief Article 697
Forest health focus of partnership. (Around the North). Brief Article 121
Gateway project takes shape. (Sault Ste. Marie). Ross, Ian Brief Article 1010
Getting wired: a priority for town; Iroquois Falls explores high-speed fibre optic network. (Iroquois Falls: Special Report). Lynch, Michael Brief Article 399
Group plans ship's revival. (Sault Ste. Marie). Ross, Ian Brief Article 799
Haileybury development to begin. Brief Article 130
High-tech meeting venue opens: Sault-based hotel transforms space into 21st century concept. (Sault Ste. Marie). Ross, Ian Brief Article 643
Hobby turns to full-time career: Loss of forestry job forces worker to shift careers. (Iroquois Falls). Lynch, Michael Brief Article 405
Inco closing in on Voisey's Bay. (Around the North). Brief Article 126
Irish trade initiatives continue: Northern businesses target trade opportunities in Ireland. (Sault Ste. Marie). Ross, Ian Brief Article 358
Literacy learning workplace issue. Lynch, Michael Brief Article 150
Merchandizing yard proposed. (Iroquois Falls). Lynch, Michael Brief Article 283
North to tap into growing world air cargo industry: Sault Ste. Marie mayor armed and ready to transform the North into an air freight-handling hub. Ross, Ian Brief Article 837
Northern numbers. Statistical Data Included 365
Northern Ontario post-secondary institutions. Statistical Data Included 562
Online training market expands. Scheddin, Diana Brief Article 476
Outfitters bear market loss; Time for change: Loss of $20-million industry frustrates rates Northern outfitters. Lynch, Michael Brief Article 825
Parry Sound Place takes shape. Ladan, Mark Brief Article 579
Passage north: City to capitalize on its strategic location, to develop itself into a major freight corridor. (Sault Ste. Marie: Special Report). Russ, Ian Brief Article 1268
Program meets needs of northern EDOs. (Sault Ste. Marie). Ross, Ian Brief Article 668
Renovations revamp college space. (Sault Ste. Marie). Ross, Ian Brief Article 672
Sault Ste. Marie top employers. Brief Article 307
Selling business development corridor on agenda. Ross, Ian Brief Article 512
Solid construction season expected. (Sault Ste. Marie). Ross, Ian Brief Article 691
Spinoffs from medical school project evident in north. Ross, Ian Brief Article 1001
Super Lock planned for Sault. (Around the North). Brief Article 186
Technology changing face of forestry education: Paradigm shift places investment in forestry, forestry educcation at top of priority list. (Training & Education). Lynch, Michael Brief Article 826
The music goes 'round and 'round and comes out here. Milne, John Brief Article 674
Thunder Bay shifts into high gear to develop trucking centre. (Transporation). Lynch, Michael Brief Article 379
Time for a little uncommon census. Atkins, Michael Brief Article 689
Tourism expected to spur economic growth: Initiatives, like the GPS Discovery Tour, are helping to turn Iroquois Falls into destination point. (Iroquois Falls). Lynch, Michael Brief Article 463
Upper hand: Canada's only known vermiculite processing plant set to open in the North. Ross, Ian Brief Article 842
Virtual trade mission opens doors for export. Ross, Ian Brief Article 606
Young IT firm poised for growth: Lucidia Studios is carving out a name for itself as one of the fastest growing Web consulting and marketing firms in the North. (Sault Ste. Marie). Ross, Ian Brief Article 669

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