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Articles from Northern Ontario Business (May 1, 2010)

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Title Author Type Words
40 Under Forty: honours North Bay's best. Low, Andrew Awards list 867
Cambrian college plans out its construction future. Stewart, Nick 583
Can Big Thunder roar again? Volunteers want to re-open Nordic centre. Ross, Ian 796
Coming out party for mining and service suppliers: Thunder Bay seeks to becoming mining supply, services hub. Ross, Ian 1323
Construction boom continues in Northern Ontario: apartment, condo construction growth rises. Low, Andrew 751
Eco-decker steels to roll out product: Sault entrepreneurs use galvanized steel in deck product. Ross, Ian 643
Environmental assessments add $232M in costs. Stewart, Nick 812
Figuratively speaking. MacIntyre, John Brief article 173
Former Domtar sawmills seeing expansion: buyer of Northern Ontario mills anticipates rebirth of forest industry. Stewart, Nick 432
Fresh opportunities: Thunder Bay bioeconomy institute looks to lead the wave. Ross, Ian 997
Fresh start: trade ruling means clear sailing for GRK Fasteners. Ross, Ian 852
In the Far North: power and First Nation cooperation key to developing Ring of Fire mine. Ross, Ian 1008
Is it back to the future with Heritage II. Atkins, Michael 699
Lost in the woods. Robinson, Dave Industry overview 719
Northern Ontario Colleges and Universities. 120
Short winter road season threatens Far North communities. Stewart, Nick 752
Shouldering the load: backpack maker designs for Canadian military. Ross, Ian 531
Solar parks project for Temiskaming Shores: city sees $300M partnership with Canadian Solar Solutions. Stewart, Nick 654
Standing up to the wrecking ball: Thunder Bay architect invests time, money on preserving historic buildings. Ross, Ian 626
Tapping heat under your feet: geothermal company takes aim at your furnace. Ross, Ian 463
The end of landfills? Green company to expand Sault waste-to-energy plant. Ross, Ian 644
The month starts here: college Boreal president named to Ordre de la Pleiade. Stewart, Nick 206
Thunder bay's new opportunities: pursuing opportunities to improve its logistical infrastructure in rail, marine and aviation. Ross, Ian 270
To market we go: R & D consultants know the tax credit ropes. Ross, Ian 510
Top construction companies. 289
Volt sees cold-weather testing in kap: electric car just one of many products tested at General Motors. Stewart, Nick 651

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