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Articles from Northern Ontario Business (September 1, 2015)

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A value in northern perspective: Sudbury journalists launch publishing house. Kelly, Lindsay 597
Back-to-school tax planning: help retain employees with scholarships for their kids. Bissonette, Laurie 590
Blasting away at retail: Sudbury's east end shopping district keeps growing. Ross, Ian 682
Bottle cutter changes entrepreneur's life: Sudbury man has made $4m in revenues with glass-cutting device. Migneault, Jonathan 814
Butterfly magnet: Milkweed takes root on Vale slag pile. Ross, Ian 631
City looks to make life easier for film industry: industry input will inform new bylaw to streamline shooting permit system. Migneault, Jonathan 357
Cleared to build: terminal expansion finally coming for Sioux Lookout Airport. Ross, Ian 503
En masse for mining: Northern Ontario Mining Showcase readies for 2016. Ross, Ian 440
Environmental upgrade: converter part of company's $1-billion Clean AER Project. Brief article 271
Essar prepares for Sault retrofit: steel plant embarks on multi-million-dollar upgrades. Kelly, Lindsay 538
Fielding new ideas: Sault biotech firm gets research funding. Ross, Ian 670
Founder of Actlabs dies. Hoffman, Eric Brief article 151
Goldcorp fined for mine injury. 133
Goldcorp out for clear air: Musselwhite Mine becomes test bed for underground electric vehicles. Ross, Ian 518
Government ministers want first nations on the grid. 351
Gowest acquiring more mining claims. 197
Home-grown research: Sudbury study examines forest-fish relationship. Kelly, Lindsay 765
Lake Shore to acquire Temex. Brief article 286
Life after mining: rehabilitation efforts bring new life to Hemlo. Kelly, Lindsay 688
Medical diagnostics company lands $800k: Rna Diagnostics to build Sudbury lab for cancer tests. Migneault, Jonathan 573
Mental health matters: research to study mental health in miners. Kelly, Lindsay 687
More trouble for snakebit Sudbury mine. Migneault, Jonathan 430
Naturallia speed dating forum comes to Sudbury. Brief article 238
New dam under construction: work begins on Latchford Dam replacement. Kelly, Lindsay 502
New direction for biomass group: advocacy group promotes strategy. Ross, Ian 534
NORCAT offering heights training. Brief article 194
North Bay driller cashes in on innovation. Brief article 145
Northern armouries to undergo renos. Brief article 213
Ontario mining state of play. Morrison, Douglas 765
Palladium miner finishes recapitalization. 219
Plywood returns to Cochrane: Hardwood facility purchased by B.C. investors. Kelly, Lindsay 563
Porter airlines lands in North Bay. 375
Pushing for prompt payment: new construction coalition lobbying for changes to provincial Lien Act. Ross, Ian 647
Rock-Tech sets high-tech standard: Rock-Tech sets new standard in ultra-modern plant. Tollinsky, Norm 1227
Services firm stays diversified: Timmins business offering complete site services. Kelly, Lindsay 495
The cutting edge of forest inventory: consultants go high-tech on compiling wood inventory data. Ross, Ian 652
The next step: starting your own business. Buconjic, Nevin 723
The place to be in a marathon election. Atkins, Michael Column 658
Thunder Bay port on a five-year high. Brief article 195
Vale exceeds expectations in second quarter. Brief article 157
Waiting on a solution: Cochrane power station seeking new contract. Kelly, Lindsay 404
Waterpower group partnering with Sudbury university. 166
Who wants a $40 an hour job? Skilled trades shortage impacting forestry rebound. Ross, Ian 552
Wind farm proposed for Sudbury: municipality could receive up to $350,000 a year for project. 284

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