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Articles from Northern Ontario Business (October 1, 2016)

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A hefty legal bill comes in for Northern Superior. 308
Aboriginal tourism group announces slate of directors. 160
Addressing mental health: course teaches mental health first aid to industry. Kelly, Lindsay 848
Boreal growing farmers: new College Boreal agricultural technician program will train the next generation of farmers. Myers, Ella 644
Canadore gets green light for new business fundamentals program. 190
Carpenters' union opens Thunder Bay training centre. 308
Conference strives to help entrepreneurs: new larger format for Sudbury October small business conference. Myers, Ella Conference news 646
Driving the 'idiot screw' to extinction. Robinson, David 711
Essar Steel Algoma lays off, Tenaris recalls. 185
Financial angels reaching new heights: Northern Ontario Angels grow investor network, broker more deals. Myers, Ella 546
Forging a new identity: progress coming on North Bay recommendations for change. Kelly, Lindsay 681
Former North Bay hotel declared heritage site. 332
Former Sudbury mayor CROSH-lands at LU. 131
Gin-Cor Industries: flexibility, family atmosphere highlights at Mattawa employer. Strong, Graham 409
Great Lakes Graphite strikes $4-million equity financing deal. 164
Heritage Fund cashes up Sudbury mining suppliers. 221
Laurentian U research chair on first-name basis with microbes: taking biomining and bioremediation to the next level. Myers, Ella 652
Layoffs at North Bay firm: industrial fabrics manufacturer reduces workforce by 20. Turl, Jeff 242
Mine mill fined $75,000 for conveyor injuries. 262
Miners at play: new virtual mine exhibit launched at Dynamic Earth. Myers, Ella 298
New hope for Hornepayne: Frank Dottori buys shuttered, bankrupt sawmill. Ross, Ian 844
New workwear rules add colour to Ontario mines: Covergalls creates custom workwear solution for Technica. Tollinsky, Norm 536
No trailing behind on the trades: trades trailer hauls Cambrian courses to remote communities. Myers, Ella 546
Noront boss pressures province for Ring of Fire road build. Ross, Ian 679
North Bay company recognized for safety. 161
North Bay resort transfers to new owners. 242
North's ag industry gets $3.7 million for land prep. 222
Northern cities chasing ferrochrome smelter. Ross, Ian 971
Northern College driller helpers in demand: diamond driller program seeing resurgence after industry slump. Ross, Ian 796
Northern film production evolves: Canadore launches new film program, production facility. Kelly, Lindsay 732
Northerners included on newly formed Indigenous design task force. 229
Power, labour crunch affect business: Chamber of Commerce sessions in Sudbury seek to bring small business concerns to the table. Myers, Ella 767
RDH mining equipment: industry leader grooms talent from within. Robinson, Nadine 679
Rescue from the ropes: International Mine Rescue Competition riveting and educational. Myers, Ella 507
Restart on Startup 101: NORCAT's Entrepreneurship 101 has rebranded as Startup 101 for 2016, all classes live this year. Myers, Ella 497
Ring of Fire developer tables confidential road study. 644
Rising to the occasion: new youth small business program being offered in Sudbury. Myers, Ella 671
Soo to host Aboriginal business matchmaking event. 139
Spectrum Telecom: culture of caring at Spectrum Telecom. Robinson, Nadine 706
Sudbury businessman presses for new arena. 539
Sundridge truss mill shuts down. 230
The arrival of new solitudes marks our country. Atkins, Michael 731
Timmins plant sold to Swiss company. 207
Transformative research: mega millions for Laurentian U mineral exploration research. 341
Tulloch Engineering: simple secret to success: work hard, play hard. Robinson, Nadine 697
Victoria Inn Hotel and Convention Centre: staff reward program helping reduce turnover. Strong, Graham 712
Want good public policy? Be prepared to be a guinea pig. Cirtwill, Charles 702

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