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Articles from Northern Ontario Business (July 1, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
A message from the editor. Obituary 294
Abitibi shuts down mills. (Forestry News). Brief Article 110
Affordability, low rates driving real estate market. (Timmins: Special Report). Merchant, Gwen Brief Article 347
Breaking down barriers: diversification has been a boon to growth for the Bucket Shop in Timmins, says Brian Blahey, marketing manager. (Timmins: Special Report). Ross, Ian Brief Article 450
Building allies: U.S. consumers, homebuilders to suffer from tariffs, forestry association officials say. (Forestry: Special Report). Ross, Ian Brief Article 846
Burgeoning cruise ship industry in North. (Tourism). Ross, Ian Brief Article 597
Business book series launched. Merchant, Gwen Brief Article 242
Can smart panels be smart? (Letter to the Editor). Brief Article 400
Caring side of Sudbury promoted. Ross, Ian Brief Article 559
Cautious optimism: Voisey's Bay deal raises sustainability questions. Louiseize, Kelly Brief Article 714
City forecasts growth with new plant in place. (Kendra-Dryden: Special Report). Clark, Pauline Brief Article 793
City links up with U.S. research firm. (Timmins: Special Report). Ross, Ian Brief Article 652
Director hired for executive programs. Brief Article 443
Discover Abitibi project back on track: Geophysical airborne survey results expected by year's end. (Timmins: Special Report). Ross, Ian Brief Article 867
Dryden focused on growth: Dryden studies land use, development potential. (Dryden/Kenora: Special Report). Merchant, Gwen Brief Article 587
Expansion leads to opportunities: local manufacturer maps out strategy to tap into world markets. (Timmins: Special Report). Ross, Ian Brief Article 737
Extending tourist season on agenda: newly formed committee to develop marketing direction for East Georgian Bay. (Parry Sound: Special Report). Ladan, Mark Brief Article 561
Firms revel in success of trade mission: business leaders return from Atlanta with promising leads. Ross, Ian Brief Article 890
First Nations side with U.S.-imposed tariffs: government failed to compensate First Nations for harvesting on treaty lands, NAN spokesperson says. (Forestry: Special Report). Ross, Ian Brief Article 605
Focusing on tourism in Kenora. (Kendra-Dryden: Special Report). Brief Article 138
Forest and forestry related industry associations and web links. Directory 758
Forest-study partnership formed. (Forestry News). Brief Article 113
Forestry mills becoming more service-oriented. (Forestry: Special Report). Brief Article 216
Forum for business leaders at summit. Merchant, Gwen Brief Article 319
From Gardner to four corners: a tale of two roadside manners. Atkins, Michael Brief Article 756
Gold-deposit finds encouraging. (Mining News). Brief Article 105
Health centre construction set: West Parry Sound Health Centre slated for completion 2004. (Parry Sound: Special Report). Louiseize, Kelly Brief Article 514
Incinerator opposition heightens. (Around the North). Brief Article 121
Kenora hub of activity in North: Kenora sets goal to attract 1,000 new jobs to area. (Dryden/Kenora: Special Report). Clark, Pauline Brief Article 596
Kenora top employers. Brief Article 88
Lobbying for support. (Forestry News). Brief Article 131
Magnesium-talc project explored. (Mining News). Brief Article 380
Manufacturer relocates to Kenora: sales jump 100 per cent following move to Northwestern Ontario. (Kenora-Dryden: Special Report). Louiseize, Kelly Brief Article 517
Mark out: Parry Sound manufacturer develops product that may revolutionalize flood control methods worldwide. Ross, Ian Brief Article 939
Med school to fuel growth in Northwest. Ross, Ian Brief Article 715
Merger improves viability of gold deposit. (Timmins: Special Report). Brief Article 221
Mine reopening proposed. (Mining News). Brief Article 144
Net Central-Community Communications Network. (Northern Appointments). Brief Article 84
Network to level playing field for area businesses. (Parry Sound: Special Report). Louiseize, Kelly Brief Article 514
New health facility proposed. (Kendra-Dryden: Special Report). Brief Article 173
Northwestern business study. (Around the North). Brief Article 221
One mill's waste another man's treasure: Wawa-based entrepreneur unveils plans to develop wood-pellet fuel mill. (Forestry: Special Report). Ross, Ian Brief Article 772
Parry sound top employers. Brief Article 100
Planning to age gracefully. (Guest Column). Wiens, Linda Brief Article 477
Power plant closure proposed. (Around the North). Brief Article 132
Pressuring the feds. (Forestry News). Brief Article 101
Program pools resources for research: Forestry Partnership Program aims to address sustainability issues in Northern forests. (Forestry: Special Report). Ross, Ian Brief Article 579
Rail extension needed to be competitive: Tembec officials optimistic about a city proposal to run spur lines onto mill property. (Forestry: Special Report). Ross, Ian Brief Article 457
Reforestation success. (Forestry News). Brief Article 106
Research investment. (Forestry News). Brief Article 81
Research partnership. (Forestry News). Brief Article 147
Retail development approved. (Timmins: Special Report). Brief Article 100
Softwood lumber: fight for fairness continues. (Guest Column). Wilson, Jim Brief Article 451
Sylvia Barnard. (Northern Appointments). Brief Article 117
Time to cultivate new ideas, Ernie. (The Way it is). Michels, Bob Brief Article 726
Timmins geothermal project lands city in hot water: use of abandoned mines examined for potential energy project. (Timmins: Special Report). Ross, Ian Brief Article 728
Timmins top 10 employers. Brief Article 109
Top forestry consulting and management companies in Northern Ontario. Directory 1236
Top muncipally owned industrial parks in Northern Ontario. (Northern Numbers). Directory 1347
Wakestock moves from Muskoka to Wasaga. (Tourism). Ladan, Mark Brief Article 391
Wardrop: the name for excellence, worldwide. Brief Article 362

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