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Articles from Northern Ontario Business (January 1, 2011)

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Around the North. 365
As one year succeeds the next, let's think. Atkins, Michael 729
Australian PGM miner appoints former FNX exec. 141
Blast away, the green way: Sudbury supplier adopts environmentally conscious abrasive blasting technology. Larmour, Adelle 677
CEMI speeds up mine construction: Rio Tinto invests in $10-million research effort. Stewart, Nick 638
Close to heart on mine safety: Sudbury mining supplier creates simple and safe solutions. Larmour, Adelle 905
Coal plant switches to natural gas: Ontario Power Generation puts out plan for three-year plant refit in Thunder Bay. Ross, Ian 685
Doing well by doing good: Thunder Bay company turns on the tap to filtration. Ross, Ian 782
Domtar wins environmental award from national mailing association. 167
Elect me as first minister! Robinson, Dave 725
Figuratively speaking. 191
First Nations, energy, rail services key for FONOM. Speack, Alan 455
Going underground: Noront Resources has subterreanean plan for Ring of Fire. Ross, Ian 855
Golden hope for a wasteland. Stewart, Nick 1088
Green tips for events. Wahamaa, Kimberley Brief article 223
Greenpeace, paperworkers agree on Northern green jobs strategy. 223
Hearst builds its green tech brand: construction begins on green technologies centre. Ross, Ian 503
Honesty and trust spell success: new inductees into Sudbury mining suppliers hall of fame. Larmour, Adelle 866
Housing leads the charge: Thunder Bay construction scene rebounds from recession. Ross, Ian 883
Kenora fire hall to become suds factory. 154
Mine construction underway: the start of Detour Gold's mine project will produce a wealth of economic spinoffs across the North. Larmour, Adelle 807
MIRARCO looking for new president/CEO. 135
Montana miner closes deal with Marathon PGM. 111
MTI creates own test environment: the company showcases new equipment inside its underground test tunnel. Larmour, Adelle 613
New chromite ring-leader for Cliffs. 159
Normet Canada Ltd. appoints new general manager. Brief article 109
North Bay recognizes its best in business. Brief article 236
Not 'FIT' to harvest: new Ontario biomass energy group to lobby for better incentives. Ross, Ian 708
On the waterfront: hotel, condos on the horizon for Thunder Bay's waterfront. Petersen, Brigitte 748
Pan-Northern initiative seeks Saskatchewan market: more than $100 billion to be spent in Saskatchewan within the next decade. Larmour, Adelle 760
Poised for growth: Thunder Bay gears up to be mining hub. Ross, Ian 831
Rolling out robots for unsafe mines: technology developed at Penguin ASI to investigate mine safety. Stewart, Nick 814
Safety training made easy: Sudbury's NORCAT is a leader in online training. Larmour, Adelle 692
Soaring on slag piles: Sudbury economist pushes transportation changes. Stewart, Nick 621
Sudbury housing market to grow in 2011. 203
Sudbury infrastructure work lands two awards for R.V. Anderson Associates. 242
Travel with a taste of authenticity: Eco-librium Sustainable Adventures Inc. promotes travel with community service. Larmour, Adelle 730
Vale to pour $3.4B into Sudbury basin. 200
Watson's Skyways founder passes. 125
Wood works for North Bay hospital: North Bay design firm wins three awards at gala event. Larmour, Adelle 736
Yummmm. ... delicious goat. Brief article 101

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