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Articles from Northern Ontario Business (February 1, 2019)

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A big and bold Barrick Gold hits the market: Acquisition of Randgold Resources complete as Barrick launches new shares on TSX, NYSE. 314
A record year for Kirkland Lake Gold: Production, expansion at Macassa has northeast miner poised for growth in 2019 and beyond. 403
A Sudbury mining giant dies at 89: Gord Slade known for his smile and community service. Obituary 585
Algoma Steel lands $150M in federal, provincial funding: Plans include plant modernization, new hires. 466
Eating on the fly: Thunder Bay Airport selects local caterer to freshen up food choices. Ross, Ian 536
Exploration outfit finds investor in Goldcorp: Central Timmins Exploration snags $1 million to go hunting for gold, base metals. 269
Farewell to Greater Sudbury's camera-shy economic development wizard: Retiring EDO Paul Reid inspired creation of Sudbury's mining cluster. MacDonald, Darren 705
Forestry institute forging gender equity plan. 203
International delegations spike in Sudbury: Mining innovation drawing business travellers to city. McKinley, Karen 882
KGHM mothballing Sudbury nickel mine: Company cuts 120 jobs at Morrison Mine. McKinley, Karen 504
Manitoulin Transport expands service catchment. 266
Marathon shakes up economic development: North Shore town council takes hands-on approach to development. 411
McEwen Mining raises $15M for Timmins exploration: McEwen acquired Black Fox complex in 2017. 283
New voice to lead northwest sawmills: Ontario cross-laminated timber project excites forestry legend Dottori. Ross, Ian 838
Nipissing resort drawing corporate clientele: Connect with colleagues while connecting with nature. Kelly, Lindsay 732
Occasionally people make a huge difference. Atkins, Michael 669
Program mentoring high school welders: Industry initiative training up Kapuskasing students. Kelly, Lindsay 836
Province delays decision on East-West Tie: Energy Board wants cost certainty from transmission line project bidders. Ross, Ian 702
Quetico's calling conferences back to the northwest: Atikokan-area facility offers reflective meeting space in a natural setting. Ross, Ian Conference news 689
Sachigo Lake geologist to be recognized by mining industry association: Gordon Maxwell will receive the Skookum Jim Award from PDAC in March. 295
Sault taxing hotel stays: Municipal accommodation tax took effect Jan. 1. 149
Savour the flavour of Thunder Bay: Walking guided tours telling the city's story one bite at a time. Ross, Ian 729
Sudbury country club open to hosting events: Idylwylde Golf and Country Club makes it easy to book events. McKinley, Karen 824
Sudbury telecom acquires local IT company. 221
Tahoe lauded for energy initiatives: Company earning accolades for Timmins program. Kelly, Lindsay 813
Three wishes for the North: number one. Robinson, David 671
Thunder Bay explorer strikes option deal with Rio Tinto: Benton Resources deals Baril Lake claims to mining giant. 251
Vale in Sudbury for the long haul: Digital technology, electric battery material reshaping nickel industry. McKinley, Karen 640
What is happening with the changing reports on financial statements? Bissonette, Laurie 656
Women finding inspiration through She&Her: Sudbury group empowering women through mentorship. Kelly, Lindsay 795
Wood supply key to mill restart: Investors group approaches Resolute Forest Products about reviving northwest plant. Ross, Ian 1071

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