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Articles from Northern Ontario Business (May 1, 2008)

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Adopting the condo life: North Bay seniors development part of building activity. Ross, Ian 774
Amending the Pesticides Act. 139
Are these the missing pieces to economic prosperity in northwestern Ontario? Stewart, Nick 882
Atlas Copco's launches new energy efficient oil injected compressors. 86
Attracting a waterfront developer: Sault Ste. Marie fast-tracks development plans. Ross, Ian Report 641
Bio-bucks invested for research: province, Lakehead University offers $25 million enticement for industry involvement. Ross, Ian 655
Building with energy conservation in mind. Groulx, Andre 416
Carpentry apprentices in high demand. Stewart, Nick 538
Coated papermaker ready to roll: local ownership group heads up former Cascades mill. Ross, Ian 659
Contractor gives back: from a summer job to award-winning contractor. Ross, Ian 475
Creating new rules with tools. Mills, Patricia 562
Detour Gold appoints new VP to lead feasibility study. 115
Dissolving government imbalances with industry royalties. Louiseize, Kelly 686
Dynamic earth's new science focused galleries. Groulx, Andre 488
Figuratively speaking. MacIntyre, John Brief article 186
Forest industry veteran set to revive paper mill: company aims to be first to market with new product. Ross, Ian 626
Getting real about going global: Northern Ontario investment readiness program prepares entrepreneurs. Stewart, Nick 778
Head of Laurentian's Sport Marketing research institute Olympics-bound. 100
Here's what's wrong with this picture. Atkins, Michael 687
Highway 69 and 11 expansion rolling north: Northerners say safety, efficiency, new development will open up the region. Ross, Ian 1022
In it for the short haul: keeping Huron Central Railway alive is key to bringing Sault multi-modal plan on track. Ross, Ian 913
Kenora appears before federal government comittee. 142
Liberty Mines receives feasibility results for Timmins-area mine. Report 115
MaJIC launches operations with Northern College: solving problems for companies dependent on materials and resources. 366
Microbrewer hopes to create a buzz this summer: Thunder Bay's source of high-end spirits. Ross, Ian 721
Northern forests are producing more than just two-by-fours: Superior East communities band together to launch new value-added forest economy. Ross, Ian 664
Northern Inc. List 271
Northern universities focused on research. Louiseize, Kelly 900
Northwestern miners and prospectors meet and greet: new headframes on the horizon in region. Ross, Ian 559
Northwestern Ontario opinion rosy on Rosehart report: support for Common Voice, forest tenure reform suggestions. Stewart, Nick Report 657
One really big idea. Robinson, Dave 711
One-site hospital taking shape: Sudbury Regional Hospital project is on time and on budget. Ulrichsen, Heidi Report 837
Plant construction proceeds despite mill closure: Atikokan facility will produce green electricity. Ulrichsen, Heidi 727
Rainy River abattoir consultation results. 86
Re-inventing Thunder Bay's economy: oil sands, mineral exploration, global logistics in city's favour. Ross, Ian 874
Sault papermaker becoming power producer. 131
Smart meters help small business save on electricity output: North Bay Hydro installs first smart meters in the North. Ulrichsen, Heidi 705
STRONG support for one-industry towns. Groulx, Andre 494
The collected wisdom of ... 175
Thunder Bay engineers lead Chamber awards night. 146
Top construction companies. 272
Turcotte resigns from Algoma Steel: transition to Essar done, CEO takes summer off. Ross, Ian 769
Utilizing the forest's natural chemical factories-trees: making cleaner burning products by converting pulp to ethanol. Ulrichsen, Heidi 601
Waterfront makeover: early phase of five-year plan starts this spring. Ross, Ian 537
Web resurrects outdoor store through international sales: online sales provides the green for outdoors retailer. Ross, Ian 748

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