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Articles from Northern Ontario Business (October 1, 2010)

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"We'll become a branch office - just like Canada". Atkins, Michael Viewpoint essay 742
A 'tough as nails' fighter with 'unbelievable optimism'. Mills, Patricia Viewpoint essay 659
Access for all small businesses must comply with new disability regulations. Larmour, Adelle Legislation 809
Agrium Inc. growing a caring workforce. Stewart, Nick 677
AMEC Americas: empowering people for success. Stewart, Nick Company overview 742
BDC Sudbury hits milestone achievement after 50 years in business, we're going stronger than ever. 698
Bearskin Airlines sold for $32.5M. 629
FDM4 Ltd.: working in comfort. Ross, Ian Company overview 914
FedNor trade-export program in limbo again: agency ignored consultant's report to keep trade advisors. Ross, Ian 1003
Figuratively speaking. MacIntyre, John 171
Finishing touches: final checklist underway for new North Bay hospital. Ross, Ian 869
First Nickel to return to its roots: former producer to revive Lockerby Mine by end of year. Stewart, Nick 665
Going wireless underground: networking research promotes worker safety. Stewart, Nick 872
Goldcorp Inc.: major miner letting people shine. Stewart, Nick 648
Good for the gander, good for the goose. Robinson, Dave 709
Green movement in exploration: cobalt makes an appearance in northwestern Ontario. Ross, Ian 923
Ice safety is paramount: ice programs require planning and thinking ahead. Larmour, Adelle 1228
Kirkland Lake Gold diggers expand relationship. 224
Local governments not meeting Northern business needs: survey. 265
Mayor to the end: cancer claims Sault Ste. Marie's John Rowswell. Ross, Ian In memoriam 665
Networking for people who hate networking: a field guide for introverts, the overwhelmed, and the underconnected. Zack, Devora Brief article 135
Nipissing University building on success. 882
North Bay investing in immigration. 823
Ontario lags in mining rankings: uncertainty in regulations and land tenure worries miners. Ross, Ian Survey 791
Ontario Power Generation: award-winning efforts recognized. Stewart, Nick 657
Overcoming the obstacles of R&D: a federal development tax credit can take your company to the next level. Frape, Justin 741
Peat power in the Ring of Fire? Peat fuel producer eyeballs powering Far North mines. Ross, Ian 684
Portable batcher shows versatility: distributor looks at mining opportunities. Larmour, Adelle 779
Pre-fab is back: Bay Builders raises profile of modular homes. Ross, Ian 776
Recycler coming to North Bay: Granutech waits on ministry approval for recycling plant. Ross, Ian 633
Ring of fire junior releases resource estimate. 187
Road map for aviation: North Bay airport set to expand Aerospace Park. Ross, Ian 899
Safety in the North wears a new face: community-based services to expand. Larmour, Adelle 412
Small business services surge: GEODE, Sudbury Chamber increase their efforts. Stewart, Nick 817
Staying on track: engineering continues on Ring of Fire railroad study. Ross, Ian 535
Strong construction sector sparking optimism: new Sudbury projects keeping crews busy. Stewart, Nick 953
Study on women in mining reveals large wage gaps: Ramp-UP study was first of its kind in Canada. Larmour, Adelle 794
The business of medicine is no easy task: family docs place greater value on lifestyle. Larmour, Adelle 1034
The month starts here: let the biomass conversion begin. Brief article 199
Ursa Major Minerals adds new managers. Brief article 140
Wear your pin proud ... Wahamaa, Kimberley 301

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