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Articles from Northern Ontario Business (May 1, 2009)

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101 tough conversations to have with employees. Falcone, Paul 96
A vision and a plan: home-grown consultant seeks to take on new projects. Ross, Ian Company overview 809
A wasteful proposal. 709
Bestech diversifies for market share: despite the tough economic climate Sudbury-based Bestech forges ahead. Neeley, James 508
Bracing for a bug battle: ash borer infestation has Sault insecticide company focussing on US, Ontario-Quebec markets. Ross, Ian 809
Diamond cluster, a reality in the north: Greater Sudbury expands its mining excellence. Neeley, James 609
Downturn the perfect time to build: post secondary looking to capitalize on stimulus packages. Neeley, James 1086
Energy projects keep Kap hopes high: hydroelectric, biomass, solar potential sparking local optimism. Stewart, Nick 745
Essar Steel Algoma puts a sock on air pollution: new $25 million baghouse technology traps particulate. Ross, Ian 637
Figuratively speaking. MacIntyre, John 162
Filler up with micro-algae? T Bay hydraulic shop partners with green diesel developer. Ross, Ian 699
Finding a home for nuclear waste: federal organization seeks public feedback on site. Ross, Ian 808
Go Transit coaches could be built in Thunder Bay. Brief article 143
Keeping it green in the kitchen: mobile eco-friendly countertop refinisher sets up shop. Ross, Ian 469
Lakehead engineering students bridge the way to Vegas: taking top honours in design-build competition. Ross, Ian 721
Lakehead out to promote student exploration research: miners have access to lab equipment and government research dollars. Ross, Ian 637
Lighting a fire under biomass: procurement process draws interest, but not everyone is pleased. Ross, Ian 1288
Mineral exploration keeps Wisk Air flying: supplying junior miners in remote locations keeps this company hopping. Ross, Ian Company overview 914
Mixed reviews on the budget. Neeley, James 588
North Bay airport property becoming industrial park. 346
Northeast workers lack basic skills says labour report. 188
Ownership key in wind projects: huge benefits to First Nation communities. Neeley, James 768
Provincial funding for Hearst arts centre. 155
RoboMap revolutionizing underground mapping: the Robot Mapping System can cut the time to survey an entire mine from a year to a month. Neeley, James 792
Sky's the limit for UAV maker: prop technology may open doors for T Bay company. Ross, Ian 509
The Green Energy Act: a good start but still a few miles from the finish line. Duchesne, Luc 793
The medium is the message in Northern Ontario. Atkins, Michael 688
The month starts here: some things that you need to know--and a few you probably don't. 250
Timmins downtown to see $10-million revamp: Sudbury-based firm to rebuild retirement residence. Stewart, Nick 554
Top construction companies. 292
Truck dealer re-opens on anniversary of fire: tragedy turns into new shop facility for Thunder Bay business. Ross, Ian 589
Wardrop Tetra Tech merge for larger projects: North America's largest front end mining group. Neeley, James 703
Weeding out the harmful effects of pesticide. Perry, Tim 619

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