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Articles from Northern Ontario Business (February 1, 2006)

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$175M ethanol plant planned for Hearst. Ross, Ian 1197
1 A new perspective for forest research: R & B Cormier Inc. is taking the guessing and gruntwork out of counting trees. Ross, Ian 808
2 Innovation incarnate: NORCAT is a breeding ground for product development. Ross, Ian 878
3 Nifty dash keeps mine humming: Steve Sullivan knows how to slash downtime. Louiseize, Kelly 569
4 From hobbies to helicopters: Murray Sweet has parlayed a childhood obession with Meccano sets into a soaring helicopter kit business. Louiseize, Kelly 853
5 Old meets new at cheese farm: Thunder Bay farm redefines quality Canadian cheese. Louiseize, Kelly 696
5th Wheel Training rolling due south. Larmour, Adelle 311
A free ride: it's in Canadian Blood Services to give. 113
A one stop shop for skilled mining labour. Ross, Ian 669
Abitibi's foreign fibre sale worries local leaders. Louiseize, Kelly 447
Alternative health centre booming. Larmour, Adelle 729
Bigger Isn't Always Better. Tomasko, Robert M. Brief Article 142
Buyer looking at Kenora paper plant. 118
Cambrian to offer 'unique' degree program. 113
Costs killing resource-based towns. Louiseize, Kelly 627
Do you want to live forever? Buy a chair. Robinson, Dave 787
Etching technology saves time and money. Larmour, Adelle 573
Exporting, partnerships fuel 40 years of growth. Larmour, Adelle 642
Fertile ground for quality diamonds. Larmour, Adelle 468
Figuratively speaking. MacIntyre, John Brief Article 221
Firms fined for paper price fixing. 149
Housing starts in Thunder Bay down a quarter. 122
Junior leads diamond 'rush' by example; Sharing and comparing data with Discover Abitibi helped Tres-Or spark the biggest staking rush to hit the area in 20 years: CEO. Larmour, Adelle 628
Labour inspections raise owners' ire. Larmour, Adelle 1134
Living legend lends engineering expertise. Ross, Ian 820
Locals working on house-in-a-box initiative. Brief Article 86
Louise Philbin. Brief Article 186
LU, Baiden looking at light for underwater communications. Louiseize, Kelly 587
MNDM will continue shares program. Ross, Ian 910
Move to manufacturing sees windowmaker double sales. Larmour, Adelle 386
New copper discovery 'stronger' than original. 94
Northern Inc. Illustration 249
Politics: the art of the possible. Atkins, Michael Column 743
Power groups eye Ministry's green RFP. 91
Say hello to tomorrow's business leaders. Larmour, Adelle 799
South Porcupine mine to reopen. Brief Article 95
Success no game for toy inventor. Louiseize, Kelly 514
Technology saves hospital over 98 per cent on X-rays. Larmour, Adelle 618
The collected wisdom of ... Interview 365
Thunder Bay in drug trial. 94
Timmins top private sector employers. 111
Top engineering companies. Illustration 901
Town may convert mothballed mill: a Quebec company is looking at producing wood chips and hog fuel at a vacated Tembec sawmill in Opasatika. Ross, Ian 779
Wallbridge, Falco ink deal. 110
Wolfden inks Goldcorp deal to fund Nunavut project: Wolfden Resources has a hunger for international projects it can't tackle on its own. CEO Ewan Downie says giving Goldcorp a stake will help his company do just that. Ross, Ian 751 82

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