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Articles from Northern Ontario Business (February 1, 2010)

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BacTech splits company: gold-focused wing spun off into separate firm. Stewart, Nick 751
Benchmarking Northern Ontario and the province. 106
Black River-Matheson poised for growth: mining, transportation, tourism on the map for city officials. Stewart, Nick 710
Blue Heron managing organic growth: environmental solutions firm sees groundbreaking 2009. Stewart, Nick 719
Colleges benefit from Second Career: popular program has boosted enrolment. Ross, Ian 579
Easy transitioning into Ontario labour market. Low, Andrew 577
Ex-FedNor boss heads up health planning organization: Louise Paquette resigns after 12 years. Ross, Ian 497
Figuratively speaking. MacIntyre, John Brief article 174
From aircraft to alpacas: woolen goods manufacturer thriving in Matheson. Stewart, Nick Occupation overview 828
From one fossil to another: put the kids in charge. Robinson, Dave 726
Grant forest products. 296
Hewers of wood turn to innovation: Thunder Bay will be test-bed for new forest products. Ross, Ian 712
Hydro projects flow $2B down the Mattagami River: redevelopment on upper, lower Mattagami stations generating hope. Stewart, Nick 766
KWG Resources, Spider Resources and Freewest Resources: the juniors to watch are poised as the miners-to-be. Ross, Ian 709
Lake Shore Gold puts the shine on Timmins: commercial production to start in 2010. Stewart, Nick 667
Liberty Mines revives Timmins-area producers: new life returning to McWatters, Hart, Redstone Mines. Stewart, Nick 592
Magma metals explores platinum-palladium deposit: Australian miner starts scoping study on Thunder Bay-area property. Ross, Ian 740
Making the right connections: Thunder Bay innovation centre offers support for small business. Ross, Ian 692
Northern Inc.: listing from Nov. 26 to Dec. 8, 2009. Brief article 164
Porcupine canvas up for sale: owners looking forward to retirement. Stewart, Nick 643
Possible suitors for Mattawa mill: EDC hopeful of announcement by spring. Ross, Ian 605
Premier gold still has the Midas touch: Red Lake, Geraldton projects keep Thunder Bay miner drilling. Ross, Ian 862
Queenston Mining in Kirkland Lake: exploration budget set for $15M in 2010. Stewart, Nick 666
Returning home, a promising prospect: hundreds of jobs showcased at career fair. Ross, Ian 826
Steel maker on hiring blitz: retirement opens up jobs at Essar steel Algoma. Ross, Ian 762
The month starts here: Northerners honoured in Canadian Mining Hall of Fame. Farquharson, Graham 238
Timmins construction stays strong through 2009: hesitation and hope emerging for 2010. Stewart, Nick 945
Timmins looking to survive beyond Kidd Met: Timmins' task force looking to participate in Cliffs resources chromite plans. Stewart, Nick 1055
Top private sector employers. 89
Touting tourism in the city of Timmins: new city position exploring sports and recreational tourism. Stewart, Nick 685
Vale Inco strike - the sounds of silence. Atkins, Michael 867

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