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Articles from Northern Ontario Business (October 1, 2018)

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Australian lithium company studies Sudbury for processing plant: Lepidico's battery-grade lithium production facility could bring 70 jobs. Ross, Ian 887
Delivering education to the community: North Bay training college eases opportunities for Indigenous learners. Kelly, Lindsay 619
Enrolment is up 10 per cent at Canadore College. 217
Entrepreneurs flocking to Mattawa: Area east of North Bay has become haven for plucky business owners. Kelly, Lindsay 1524
Familiar face back at the controls of Wasaya Airways. 415
First Nation, mining company tout business partnership. 358
Goldcorp plunges into mine development: Gold miner expects Borden Lake mine to be operating by mid-2019. 524
Junior miner digs up diamond while looking for silver. 323
Lakehead University selects new leader. 330
Laurentian opens doors to collaborative innovation centre: University's Cliff Fielding building will be campus hub of engineering expertise. McKinley, Karen 989
Life returns to former railway shop: Sudbury's Northern Heat Treat expands, relocates to new complex. McKinley, Karen 876
Lithium mine developer hopes to break into glass industry: Avalon Advanced Materials releases new preliminary economic study of Kenora project. 530
Little chance of firing up Kap, North Bay gas plants: Power producer shoots down media report of data centre. 320
New youth bosses out to find success: Young entrepreneurs showcase wares at college expo. Hansford, Jennifer 702
North Bay reports record year for film industry spinoffs. 214
North Bay to introduce accommodation tax: Revenue from four per cent hotel room levy will help promote tourism. Holmes, Linda 526
Northern College's impact is bigger than you think. 328
Ontario chamber calls for repeal of minimum wage legislation. 247
Ontario should get taxpayers to help reduce poverty. Cirtwill, Charles 709
Orefinders seals the deal on Abitibi gold property. 470
Ring of Fire consultation process in limbo: Exit of province's lead negotiator has Matawa chiefs wondering what's next? Ross, Ian 673
Ring of Fire Secretariat remains intact: province. Ross, Ian 595
Sault development group has aided 120 businesses this year. 144
Slag finds a new use in Sudbury-made chairs: Architectural firm designing and building "active chair" containing smelting waste material. McKinley, Karen 658
Start teaching your children financial skills early. Bissonette, Laurie 772
Sudbury deli has furry fan base: Max's Deli offering made-in-house pet food and treats from locally sourced producers. McKinley, Karen 880
Sudbury entrepreneur, William Day, dead at 84. Obituary 246
Sudbury leaders welcome pro-business government at Queen's Park: Chamber discussion centred on minimum wage, cap and trade, Ring of Fire. McKinley, Karen 836
Sudbury researcher chosen for leadership program. 416
Sudbury's hotel tax took effect Sept. 1, proceeds go to city infrastructure. 180
Teaching the finer points of hospitality: New culinary academy in Sudbury bringing professional training to town. Myers, Ella Jane 607
Terrace Bay waterfront to get spruced up. 127
The art of the side hustle: Sault Ste. Marie author dispenses advice for aspiring entrepreneurs. Ross, Ian 784
The fourth turning--what will it be? Atkins, Michael 674
Two 'bay'-based breweries team up to produce new ale. 194

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