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Articles from Northern Ontario Business (May 1, 2019)

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CN 'out of options' in Thunder Bay swing bridge court fight: Repair work on century-old span expected to begin this summer. Ross, Ian 702
Connecting Northern Ontario businesses using Unified Communications. 791
Detour Gold hires CEO. 314
Economic developer recognized by governor general: Dawn Madahbee Leach receives medal for meritorious service. 254
Exploration funding tight, but mining prospects look promising: Australians dig what mineral properties Northern Ontario has to offer. Ross, Ian 971
First Nation, construction firm form partnership: Nipissing First Nation and Miller Paving to rebuild historical bridge. Dawson, Chris 487
Fishing equipment manufacturer expanding facility: Black Fox Fishing will purchase equipment, secure trademark. 225
Geology master's students go public: Harquail and Sudbury prospector group partner to give students a platform to present projects outside classroom. McKinley, Karen 704
Health care, education jobs transforming Thunder Bay's economy: First Nation partnerships key to restoring city's tarnished image as regional hub. Ross, Ian 851
It's always good to get grounded by students. Atkins, Michael 697
Kirkland Lake Gold shooting for a million ounces of production in 2019. Gillis, Len 741
Marten Falls piloting solar project: Ring of Fire-area First Nation community studying green power. 221
Matawa chiefs reject Ford gov't dumping Far North Act. 365
McEwen raises US$25M for mining, exploration projects: Funds to be raised through registered direct offering. 256
Mining association adopts pan-Northern approach. McKinley, Karen 404
Network closing gap between First Nation businesses and mining: Association of Indigenous Mining Suppliers to help link companies and services. McKinley, Karen 599
New GM for First Nation logging company. 364
New operations bosses at northwestern Ont. sawmills: Forest industry veterans restocking the ranks at WRC Timber. 459
Northeastern cobalt refiner brews up a promising batch. 385
Northern fruit farmers fill niche: Boreal Berry Farm and Winery lands Metro contract. Kelly, Lindsay 740
Northern Ontario advances presence in Nevada: Sudbury mining supply group leads trade mission to American state. McKinley, Karen 631
Ontario Energy Board greenlights Watay Power project: Power line project passes major milestone to prepare for construction. 486
Province drops $1 million to showcase the best of tourism in Thunder Bay: Air, land and marine tour operators land funding to enhance visitor experience. Ross, Ian 662
Province may free up wood if mill sold: Queen's Park in holding pattern until new operator named for Fort Frances facility. Ross, Ian 518
Sandvik still silent on Kirkland Lake mining vehicle plant: Electric vehicle assembly plant, research hub remains on hold. Ross, Ian 319
Skipping the 20th century in the northwest. Robinson, David 702
Swedes may have the answer to stop carnage on Northern Ontario highways: Temiskaming chamber hopes provincial adoption of 2+1 highway system can lead to zero deaths. Ross, Ian 962
We need to focus on comparative advantage. Cirtwill, Charles 701
What's the future of the Agawa Canyon Tour Train? 974
White River-area mine has legs to expand: Harte Gold feasibility study shows ounces are up, with room to grow. 394
Worker advocate calling for WSIB overhaul: McIntyre Powder Project founder wants independent reviews on occupational disease policy. Kelly, Lindsay 1000

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