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Articles from Northern Ontario Business (July 1, 2008)

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11th Annual Influential Women of Northern Ontario Awards 2008. 706
Activity heating up in bioenergy sector. Bradley, Douglas 1310
Advancing northwest's vision: Municipal leaders want satisfaction on treaty issues, mineral exploration and energy pricing. Ross, Ian Cover story 753
Apollo Gold enters into binding agreement with St. Andrew Goldfields. Brief article 160
Apprenticeship ratios a struggle for Ontario contractors; Restrictions are feeding labour shortages, experts say. Stewart, Nick 761
Around the north. 502
Bi-annual conference sheds light on Timmins economy; forestry, mining firms share concerns. Stewart, Nick Conference notes 1030
Biding time in Kenora; Tough market conditions keep mill closed. Ross, Ian 660
Building a balanced workforce. 147
Building starts on new Sioux Lookout hospital construction. 165
Chucking out cedar products: young entrepreneur's year-old business growing rapidly. Stewart, Nick 732
Confederation college program offers intro to mining. 271
Details emerge on Sudbury's new arts and sports centers: both projects worth a minimum of $140 million plus. Stewart, Nick 743
Domtar Dryden mill lauded as apprenticeship training leader; Papermaker workforce capable of multi-tasking. Ross, Ian Company overview 843
Dryden becomes player in mineral exploration: untouched and untapped, more than 50 mining companies have started area exploration in the last year. Ross, Ian 961
Elegant and rustic: Dryden's Riverview Lodge has charmed travellers for over three decades. Ross, Ian 572
Elliot lake miner edges closer to uranium mine. Ross, Ian 398
Endangered species act endangers forest industry; Forest communities, industry line up to oppose Endangered Species Act. Ross, Ian 1054
Explor resources to start drilling near Kidd Creek mine. Brief article 115
Extending Victor's life before diamonds surface; Victor project has already brought $4.2 billion to Northern Ontario. Stewart, Nick 794
Family firewood firm enjoying piles of success; national distribution among the company's victories. Stewart, Nick Company overview 780
Figuratively speaking. MacIntyre, John Survey 200
Forest firm plants the seeds of consumer products; After nearly 30 years, family-run firm moves to value-added offerings. Stewart, Nick 750
Georgian Bay visitors' guide on the shelves. Ross, Ian 461
Hydro power revenues, controversy in northeast: Timmins mayor sees potential for local benefit. Stewart, Nick 767
Inco contract on chickens coming home to roost. Atkins, Michael 730
Kenora's big downtown construction dig; Construction begins this summer in reshaping the city's image. Ross, Ian 727
Legality of stumpage fee decided by fall: appeals judge to decide to reject or keep residual value charge. Ross, Ian 540
Let Toronto secede! Robinson, Dave 729
Making mining more feminine friendly. 218
Manpower Canada research reveals 83 per cent of employers think governments and business are not doing enough to slow the outward migration of talent. 200
Matamec explorations appoints new VP exploration for Ontario. 119
Mining incubator considered for Timmins exploration firms; Local economic development officials predict need for standalone facility. Stewart, Nick 687
MNDM wins Tom Peters inaugural reclamation award. 156
Northern Inc. List 239
Precision scores with cottage builders: secondary manufacturing grows with Lakehead University research dollars. Ross, Ian Occupation overview 646
Retail projects spark space struggles in Timmins' west end; Infrastructure projects underway to service more space. Stewart, Nick 805
Senior government municipal funding - A true dichotomy. Wray, Chris 653
Solar farm developers circle on city of Dryden; Renewable energy, waterfront and tourism high on the city's agenda. Ross, Ian 898
Stupid to the last drop - How Alberta is bringing environmental Armagedon to Canada (and doesn't seem to care). Book review 262
The month starts here: some things that you need to know - and a few you probably don't. Russell, R.David Interview 233
Timmins chamber of commerce kicks off recruitment week. 132
Timmins housing market takes a breather: housing slowdown no cause for concern, experts say. Stewart, Nick 708
Timmins-area young entrepreneurs obtain provincial funding. 120
Under the radar; Scanning the horizon for more Dryden Airport development. Ross, Ian 666
Welcoming diversity in Timmins. Tremblay, Bridget 388

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