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Articles from Northern Ontario Business (September 1, 2014)

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'Transport Canada invests in. northern airports. 187
A thrill for chill seekers: sudbury travel company caters to wintry outdoor adventures. Migneault, Jonathan 799
Are you the next generation of a family business? Bissonette, Laurie 524
British firm reviews' Sudbury mining project. 344
Canopy shows promise for rapid advance. Tollinsky, Norm 769
Cast Resources files for bankruptcy: Mining equipment manufacturer leaves trail of 182 unsecured creditors. Migneault, Jonathan 287
Cementation lands salt mine rehabilitation contract. 325
CEMI digs deeper into mining research. Migneault, Jonathan 694
Chief warns gov't, resource developers to respect treaty rights. 257
Dynamic Earth expansion underway. Brief article 184
First nations housing standard better than a building code. Macdonald, Darren 668
First Nickel reports quarterly losses. Financial report 206
FONOM opposes Ontera sale. Brief article 226
Forestry rep heading timmins chamber. 223
Freshwater fact-finding: experimental lakes area continues research. Kelly, Lindsay 763
Greenstone plant producing building panels. Kelly, Lindsay Interview 668
Half a loaf? getting maximum value from the ring of fine. Millette, Rick 832
Illegal home builders can cost buyers thousands. Migneault, Jonathan 516
Inaugural tourism summit slated for November. 251
Kenora fabricator finds success in western canada. Ross, Ian 570
KWG, noront react to cliffs shake up. Ross, Ian 919
Labour deal reached to open Kenora saw mill. Brief article 227
Married to the machine: sonic drilling pioneer's technology gains worldwide recognition. Ross, Ian 944
Mill building being billed as event space. 241
Mining equipment manufacturer diversifies to survive. Migneault, Jonathan 681
New leadership at Cliffs Natural Resources. Ross, Ian 666
New strategy pays off for Kirkland Lake Gold. Brief article 242
Next-generation training. Kelly, Lindsay 672
Nickel to surpass $10 a pound by 2015: analyst. 323
NORCAT's CEO looks ahead after two years. Migneault, Jonathan 820
Noront challenges KWG claims in Ring of Fire. Brief article 254
North shore road reopened under new management. Ross, Ian 569
Northern Survey branching out into forensics. 122
Northwest mining cluster group still in the cards. Ross, Ian 488
Northwest sawmill restarts after five-year hiatus. Ross, Ian 712
On shaky ground: ring of fire development picture looks no clearer: strategist. Ross, Ian 842
Pinpoint forestry planning: digital wood maps will be boon to industry. Ross, Ian 863
Platinex to acquire dryden-area property. 219
Power program widened to include more sectors. Brief article 295
Practical collaboration: research could lead to dissipation of toxic algae. Kelly, Lindsay 691
Province invests in student attraction initiative. 231
Redaction request rejected by malt inquiry judge. 221
Referendum to settle Sudbury store hours debate. Migneault, Jonathan 574
Restructuring Essar Steel secures financing. Ross, Ian 631
Rural resurgence: Alliance giving voice to Northern farmers. Kelly, Lindsay 727
Subdury basin largely unexplored: geologist: but sudbury's mining outlook positive with new projects on horizon. Migneault, Jonathan 770
Sudbury attempts to sell brownfield properties. Macdonald, Darren 570
Sudbury company acquires platinum property, raises cash. Brief article 225
Temiskaming shores plunges ahead on waterfront development. Ross, Ian 680
Thunder bay hosts biocan conference. Ross, Ian Conference news 533
Thunder bay ponders legal route after bridge impasse with CN. 466
TSC and fabricland coming to south end: new tenants will take up former zellers space. Migneault, Jonathan Brief article 325
We could have been a contender. Robinson, David Column 710
Winnipeg nailer 'buys sudbury hotel. Brief article 113

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