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Articles from Northern Ontario Business (June 1, 2019)

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A stainless steel industry for the North? Attendees ponder possibilities at Federation of Northern Ontario Municipalities conference. Kelly, Lindsay 473
Abattoirs need recognition as essential service, says Algoma farming group: Algoma Beef Corp. growing demand for Northern-produced beef, abattoir plans underway. Kelly, Lindsay 746
An organic solution to reclaim mine waste: Sudbury nickel miner and remediation company lauded for innovative tailings rehabilitation project. 425
City of Elliot Lake buys site of former Algo Centre Mall. 358
Consultation and engagement the new mining norm: Noront CEO: AI Coutts shares learned experience during student workshop. Kelly, Lindsay 988
Decades-long fight to four-lane Highway 69 finally nears the end of the road: Feds drop $169 million to twin a 30-kilometre section of northeastern Ontario highway. Macdonald, Darren 874
Glencore ready to supply feed to northeastern Ontario cobalt refinery: First Cobalt signs agreement to source cobalt from Sudbury, western Quebec mines. 341
Great Lakes port swayed Noront in picking Sault for ferrochrome plant: Smelter announcement sets wheels in motion for Queen's Park to release Ring of Fire development strategy. Ross, Ian 1293
Innovation centre planning $4M expansion in Sudbury: NORCAT growing underground centre by 12,000 square feet to meet demand. Kelly, Lindsay 600
Is there a repurposed future for power plant? Economic developers speak to OPG on Decommissioned generating station. Ross, Ian 647
Learning from Swedish success: Temiskaming chamber takes to the road to promote Europe highway safety model. Ross, Ian 801
New industry, jobs coming to Opasatika: Truly Northern Farms establishing 23,000-square-foot indoor growing facility. Kelly, Lindsay 811
New Liskeard furniture maker sets the stage to grow again: Three H Furniture uses provincial grant to boost production capacity, start second shift. Ross, Ian 620
Northern Ontario needs a wood pipeline. Robinson, David 711
Pure Gold revives a past producer in the Red Lake camp: Mine developer aiming for commercial production at Madsen Mine project in 2020. Kelly, Lindsay 703
Queen's Park to overhaul environment assessment regulations. 284
Smelter pitch pays off for the Soo: Noront's ferrochrome plant promises jobs, prosperity. Kelly, Lindsay 1096
Steel tariffs lifted on Canadian imports to U.S. 348
Sudbury architect dies: Oryst Sawchuk designed municipal buildings, landmarks. 183
Ten days on the road (in Northern Ontario). Cirtwill, Charles Viewpoint essay 708
The case for a millennial class-action lawsuit. Atkins, Michael 654
Thunder Bay waterfront hotel finally opens: Delta Hotel opens door in city's Marina District. 129
Wood program lands $1.2M in funding. 307

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