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Articles from Northern Ontario Business (April 1, 2012)

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'We won't be bullied': Temagami mayor invites mineral development. Cowan, Liz 872
A growing oil sector or a lower dollar? Robinson, David 711
Armistice resources close to pouring gold. 581
Bridging the gap: Sault bridge plaza changes move forward. 508
Cambrian college offers expertise to Africa: Sudbury professor links Tanzanian school with AngloGold. Campbell, Heather 665
City hopes study will spur action on port. Ross, Ian 662
College issues iPads to students: College Boreal spending $500,000 on computer tablet project. Ulrichsen, Heidi 673
Engineering a bright future: Hydro One reinvests in college electrical consortium. Ross, Ian 666
Figuratively speaking. MacIntyre, John 109
Iconic landmark: 100-year-old building renovated into apartments. Cowan, Liz 592
Igniting a love for learning: fitness academy pioneering therapy in Sault. Kelly, Lindsay 539
International reputation: Haileybury School of Mines marks 100th anniversary. Cowan, Liz 600
Is the message being heard: Northern mayors press province for commitment, investment. Ross, Ian 611
KI controversy heats up: massive land withdrawal raises tension in exploration dispute. Ross, Ian 937
KWG acquires additional claims for Ring of Fire railroad. 178
Laying down the groundwork: Kapuskasing puts emphasis on street repairs on a yearly basis. Demers, Patrick 462
Meeting the need: Sudbury industry recruiter expands to Ottawa, Mississauga. Demers, Patrick 586
National Supply centre continues growth across Northern Ontario: Timmins the newest location for supply and service company. 545
New Brunswick flies the flag of mining friendliness. 204
New offerings: Canadore's new programs available in class and online. Cowan, Liz 623
Not all the facts. Ross, Ian 331
Paper cuts: future of St. Marys Paper remains uncertain. 458
Peeling back the layers of HST regulations. Bissonette, Laurie 815
Platinum player merges with Ursa Major. Brief article 248
Poised for growth: industrial park expands, gets improvements. Cowan, Liz 599
Poised for takeoff: airships changing transportation game in Canada. Kelly, Lindsay 945
Power crunch: Red Lake mine expansions drive thirst for power. Ross, Ian Company overview 870
Romp to the ring: MPP leads sales mission to far North base camp. Cowan, Liz 434
Saddling up to success: Sault saddle-maker finds niche in horse market. Kelly, Lindsay 703
Sault college rebuild continues. 219
Sault organizations net $540,000 from FedNor. Brief article 228
Serving the north: Thunder Airlines transforming executive travel. 706
Sole proprietor: cobalt's only retailer enjoys success. Cowan, Liz 598
Staking their claim: First Nation chiefs make statement on Ring of Fire corridor. Ross, Ian 755
Taking a gamble: Sault objects to potential lottery office closure. 583
Will it be the violins or the oars? Atkins, Michael 629

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