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Articles from Northern Ontario Business (February 1, 2012)

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'A whole new look': historic camp glitters gold, silver for Creso Exploration. Cowan, Liz 689
'Less long haul. More snowball.': Vale hopes to recruit workers through ad campaign. Ulrichsen, Heidi 296
Are you accurately reporting employee taxable benefits? Bissonette, Laurie 685
Armistice resources close to first gold pour: new zone 'too intriguing' for company to ignore. Cowan, Liz 743
Bridge traffic hits nine-year high in Sault. Brief article 289
Brigus Gold's COO departs. 112
Building ounces: Foundation Resources' boss in familiar territory. Ross, Ian 752
Change of pace: Mattawa retreat boasts prestigious heritage. Cowan, Liz 490
Construction begins on new Timmins hotel. 323
Drumming up business: pellet producer sets sights on Europe, but issues remain. Ross, Ian Conference notes 790
Emergency response: Timmins company creates medical information platform. Cowan, Liz 595
Facing the workforce shortage: confederation's technology grads in high demand. Ross, Ian 728
Figuratively speaking. MacIntyre, John 122
Gatherings in the crease: stickhandle through meetings at Hockey Heritage North. Cowan, Liz 422
Gold results 'encouraging'. 317
Golden shine: mine development, exploration ongoing in Timmins. Cowan, Liz 859
Guiding the way: tour guide operator promotes Superior adventures. Ross, Ian 552
Healthy job prospects: Sault College's health care, engineering grads in demand. Kelly, Lindsay 433
Immigration? Oui! Foreign francophone workers filling need in Sudbury shops. Kelly, Lindsay 1259
In touch: NEOnet works to improve northeast's connectivity. Cowan, Liz Organization overview 669
Last phase of cleanup at Lake Superior environmental hot spot. 246
Leaving a paper trail: Sault Ste. Marie's St. Marys paper goes into receivership. Kelly, Lindsay 923
Lift-off for airport expansion: business park, new terminal, highlight plans for centennial year. 609
More study for proposed Thunder Bay Event Centre. Brief article 178
Nuke waste storage Sparks protest. 451
Poised for pellets: Atikokan mill positioned for European exports. Ross, Ian 748
Primed for gold: Rainy River district is fertile ground for Coventry Resources. Ross, Ian 936
River of gold: Rainy River Resources moves towards feasibility. Kelly, Lindsay Company overview 734
So who are we going to be now? Atkins, Michael 734
Space crunch: airport makes room for more passengers. Cowan, Liz 684
Sunny days ahead: days inn upgrades attracting business crowd. Kelly, Lindsay 820
Sweet taste of success: Timmins bakery creates delectable desserts. Cowan, Liz 688
Thrown "under the bus". 423
Thunder bay goes 'unconventional': conference tourism guide promotes the total experience. Ross, Ian Conference news 582
Untapped potential: urban aboriginal youth learn how to become entrepreneurs. Cowan, Liz 620
Villeneuve paves the way: Hearst roadbuilder finishes highway 11 repaving. Demers, Patrick 487
West end attractive for developers: development charges offset infrastructure costs. Cowan, Liz 628
What is holding Northern Ontario back? Robinson, David 671
Workforce transformation: Dubreuilville area forestry workers train to be miners. Cowan, Liz 821
Xstrata smelter director named 'powerful' woman. 236

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