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Northern prospectors look to brighten their visibility: Tough times in grassroots exploration prompt Ontario Prospectors Association to boost its image as lobby group. Mar 1, 2020 822
Gay Lea Foods CEO butters up Thornloe Cheese: Southern Ontario farmers cooperative makes entry into Northern Ontario. Mar 1, 2020 742
Temiskaming cobalt refinery could restart by November. Mar 1, 2020 858
GoldSpot Discoveries takes a deep dive into data mining: Quant shop uses artificial intelligence as a useful tool to find new deposits. Feb 1, 2020 1017
The end game in Fort Frances: Northwestern Ontario town looks to uncertain future without pulp and paper. Jan 1, 2020 1291
Is there a government subsidy in the cards for the Huron Central Railway? New incoming ownership for Genesee & Wyoming may finally free up government funding. Jan 1, 2020 579
First Nation sees value-added opportunities with industrial park: Fort William First Nation teams up with Thunder Bay to organize, promote on-reserve brownfield property. Jan 1, 2020 878
Exploring new uses for Thunder Bay's brownfield sites: Study underway to catalogue what industrial properties could be repurposed to attract investment. Jan 1, 2020 595
Time to road test Swedish highway model in Northern Ontario, says chamber committee: Temiskaming group feeling vindication that provincial consultants' report backs their case for 2+1. Jan 1, 2020 954
Company fired up about wood chips. Dec 1, 2019 874
Thunder Bay Community Economic Development Commission names new CEO: Environmental engineer Eric Zakrewski succeeds Doug Murray as head of city's economic development commission. Dec 1, 2019 696
Precious metal prices drive northwest mining activity: No shortage of mine expansion and greenfield projects in gold, palladium, lithium in the development pipeline. Dec 1, 2019 769
Ring of Fire developer faces smelter opposition: Noront CEO seeks to clear the air on smelter technology, environmental safeguards. Nov 1, 2019 1334
Political expediency not happening for Huron Central Railway: Rail advocates waiting for government to step up to save short-line freight service. Nov 1, 2019 1002
These Northern Ontario industries are primed for growth: Sault policy conference showcases industry, tourism sectors that could make a big impact. Conference news Nov 1, 2019 848
First Nations need to lead Far North growth: Eabametoong chief regards "nation-building" as key to developing local economies. Oct 1, 2019 887
Sudbury's regreening story attracts Latin American delegations: Industry and academic groups from Chile and Peru visit to talk mine tech, environmental remediation. Sep 1, 2019 620
Fort Frances wants Resolute Forest Products' harvesting licence revoked: Municipality argues non-compete agreement scuttles plans to attract new forestry manufacturers to mill site. Sep 1, 2019 939
Lac Seul becomes a regional conference hub: First Nation-owned events centre gaining popularity as meeting space. Conference news Sep 1, 2019 743
Timber skyscrapers could be made with Northern Ontario wood: Ontario's first cross-laminated timber plant will source lumber from White River. Sep 1, 2019 935
Digital storytelling for mining: Vancouver tech company aligns with Kirkland Lake Gold to play mineral matchmaker. Aug 1, 2019 1135
Is Heritage North too big, too costly for Kirkland Lake? Council questions arise over costs to operate municipal banquet hall. Aug 1, 2019 642
'Buy Canadian' policy will save Bombardier: Thunder Bay mayor: Union said tradespeople exodus from passenger car plant has started. Aug 1, 2019 1275
Consultant claims ONTC no fan of passenger rail: Crown railroader counters it's teamed up with Metrolinx on business case to restore train service. Jul 1, 2019 1049
A meeting of the minds: Research hub aims to solve challenges in remote First Nations. Jul 1, 2019 716
Kenora beermaker brewing up second production facility to supply new microsites: Expansion to Winnipeg, Minnesota fuels growth spurt with new capacity. Jul 1, 2019 916
First Nation mat supplier makes inroads north: Transmission line work has Moccasin Trails looking for Indigenous partner. Jul 1, 2019 703
Northwest First Nations protest provincial Woodland Caribou Conservation Plan: Red Rock Chief won't be "force-fed" conservation plan that jeopardizes development, threatens communities. Jul 1, 2019 887
New Liskeard furniture maker sets the stage to grow again: Three H Furniture uses provincial grant to boost production capacity, start second shift. Jun 1, 2019 620
Is there a repurposed future for power plant? Economic developers speak to OPG on Decommissioned generating station. Jun 1, 2019 647
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. Jun 1, 2019 1293
Learning from Swedish success: Temiskaming chamber takes to the road to promote Europe highway safety model. Jun 1, 2019 801
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. May 1, 2019 962
Province may free up wood if mill sold: Queen's Park in holding pattern until new operator named for Fort Frances facility. May 1, 2019 518
CN 'out of options' in Thunder Bay swing bridge court fight: Repair work on century-old span expected to begin this summer. May 1, 2019 702
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. May 1, 2019 662
Health care, education jobs transforming Thunder Bay's economy: First Nation partnerships key to restoring city's tarnished image as regional hub. May 1, 2019 847
Exploration funding tight, but mining prospects look promising: Australians dig what mineral properties Northern Ontario has to offer. May 1, 2019 971
Sandvik still silent on Kirkland Lake mining vehicle plant: Electric vehicle assembly plant, research hub remains on hold. May 1, 2019 319
Sault on the flight path for international air race: Airport will be overnight pit stop for Air Race Classic. Apr 1, 2019 616
No mention of Northern passenger rail in transport minister's speech: GTA commuter rail, subway projects, highway four-laning on the province's transportation agenda. Apr 1, 2019 420
Resolute Forest Products not honouring SFL agreement, says First Nations leader: Treaty 3 chief calls out forest products giant, throws support behind Fort Frances mill revival. Apr 1, 2019 605
Building a knowledge-based economy: Algoma University positions itself as a catalyst for community innovation. Apr 1, 2019 719
Marathon has high hopes to redevelop former pulp mill site: Queen's Park signals it's ready to lift environmental roadblocks to reopen brownfield to economic development. Apr 1, 2019 640
Renewed community confidence spurs Sault developers: With Algoma Steel on solid footing, city planners seeing more apartment rental units on the books. Apr 1, 2019 965
Fort Frances mill sale turns nasty: Town rallying support to save former paper mill from demolition. Mar 1, 2019 1172
North shore LNG project becomes reality: Province pumps $30 million into Nipigon plant construction and delivery network study. Mar 1, 2019 889
Respect, transparency keys to First Nation, mining partnerships: Mining players share best practices at Indigenous procurement conference in Sudbury. Conference news Mar 1, 2019 962
East-West Tie build will need workers: Two-year project will create many business spinoffs. Mar 1, 2019 780
Sharing the natural wealth. Mar 1, 2019 1093
Containers could be housing option. Mar 1, 2019 770
A new business voice for Northern Ontario: Anishnawbe Business Professional Association makes its debut in March with PDAC appearance. Mar 1, 2019 685
Rickford: province will deliver on Ring of Fire: Indigenous communities to reap the rewards, benefits of natural resource development. Mar 1, 2019 1110
Sandvik acquires Artisan Vehicle Systems: Kirkland Lake remains in the dark on past promise to build vehicle assembly plant. Mar 1, 2019 670
Chemical deicing puts a chill in airport operators. Mar 1, 2019 775
Passenger rail plan loses steam: Lack of community support sidetracks group's effort to revive northeast service. Mar 1, 2019 1013
New voice to lead northwest sawmills: Ontario cross-laminated timber project excites forestry legend Dottori. Feb 1, 2019 838
Wood supply key to mill restart: Investors group approaches Resolute Forest Products about reviving northwest plant. Feb 1, 2019 1071
Province delays decision on East-West Tie: Energy Board wants cost certainty from transmission line project bidders. Feb 1, 2019 702
Savour the flavour of Thunder Bay: Walking guided tours telling the city's story one bite at a time. Feb 1, 2019 729
Eating on the fly: Thunder Bay Airport selects local caterer to freshen up food choices. Feb 1, 2019 536
Quetico's calling conferences back to the northwest: Atikokan-area facility offers reflective meeting space in a natural setting. Conference news Feb 1, 2019 689
Virtual reality of workplaces could "revolutionize" interest in skilled trades: Indigenous consulting firm unveils technology to deliver interactive work experiences. Jan 1, 2019 725
CN delays reopening bridge to traffic: Railroader looks to Supreme Court of Canada to quash historic maintenance agreement. Jan 1, 2019 756
Rickford in hot seat over Far North pro-development stance: Neskantaga, Eabemetoong want more discussion, greater say on Ring of Fire process. Report Jan 1, 2019 695
Cutting gov't red tape extends to the Ring of Fire: Details scarce, but Ford government committed to advancing Far North mine projects. Jan 1, 2019 766
White River enters the golden age: Opening of mine signals spinoff opportunities for northwestern Ontario town. Dec 1, 2018 918
Natural gas provider inks delivery deals with mining companies: Certarus seeks to displace propane for underground mine heating and power generation. Dec 1, 2018 926
Passenger rail revival plan rolling out this fall: Politicians on board with grassroots concept to restore north-south service. Nov 1, 2018 1215
Get cracking on East-West Tie, say northwest leaders: Government delays in power line expansion project causes exodus of skilled labour. Nov 1, 2018 999
Province seeks to advance pro-business forestry agenda: Forest industry needs less regulation, more room to grow, says Kenora mayor. Nov 1, 2018 778
Ring of Fire Secretariat remains intact: province. Oct 1, 2018 595
Australian lithium company studies Sudbury for processing plant: Lepidico's battery-grade lithium production facility could bring 70 jobs. Oct 1, 2018 887
Ring of Fire consultation process in limbo: Exit of province's lead negotiator has Matawa chiefs wondering what's next? Oct 1, 2018 670
The art of the side hustle: Sault Ste. Marie author dispenses advice for aspiring entrepreneurs. Oct 1, 2018 784
Ontario is a tough place to do mineral exploration. Sep 1, 2018 1042
First Nations build future in forestry: Joint venture deal provides Agoke group jobs, economic benefits to three communities. Sep 1, 2018 1291
Cobalt mining conference taking shape: Land rehabilitation, mining legacy and cobalt exploration are featured topics at September event. Conference news Sep 1, 2018 694
Competition stays hot for smelter: Noront Resources boss offers insight into ferrochrome facility selection process. Sep 1, 2018 1423
A blossoming business in cannabis: Women's health and wellness market is focus of female CEO of 48North Cannabis. Aug 1, 2018 906
Sault, Timmins shortlisted for smelter site: Ring of Fire mine developer drops Sudbury and Thunder Bay from site selection process. Aug 1, 2018 1007
Wabi Iron & Steel locked into Trent-Severn Waterway work: New Liskeard fabricator making components in rehabilitation of historic waterway. Aug 1, 2018 904
Regional farm co-op expanding grain-handling capacity: Temiskaming Agriculture Centre receives $1.7-million investment on elevator tower, storage. Aug 1, 2018 526
Game planning to save a railroad: Sault Ste. Marie takes lead in lobbying for government dollars for short-line railway. Aug 1, 2018 788
Forging new bonds with First Nations: Indigenous-led AurCrest Gold sees a shared future with remote communities. Jul 1, 2018 1294
Ignace puts plan in place to woo business, investment: Township offering incentives in campaign to revitalize community. Jul 1, 2018 834
Bio-economy could be on the move: Green energy provider preparing for the long haul in delivering wood pellets to market. Jun 1, 2018 816
Playing politics with resource revenue sharing: Municipal leader wants mining, forestry benefits deal for all Northern communities. Jun 1, 2018 1241
Left in limbo in Pickle Lake: Old mine waste issues continue to stall development in northwestern Ontario community. Jun 1, 2018 687
Expansion in the works for Atikokan pellet mill: Chapleau forestry company spinoff eyes home heating market, export opportunities. May 1, 2018 870
Agriculture rail loading facility being studied: Claybelt farmers examine merits of loading facility to expand market reach. May 1, 2018 426
Thunder Bay shipyard operator keen on future: Heddle Marine aligning projects to drive marine business to the northwest. May 1, 2018 827
Mining rebound attracts environmental firm to Thunder Bay: Ottawa's BluMetric Environmental establishing second Northern Ontario office. May 1, 2018 880
Advancing the cause of diversity: Women's enterprise group tackles the gender gap in politics. May 1, 2018 740
Open season on grain in Thunder Bay: Northwest port surges into shipping season. May 1, 2018 837
Exploration industry sees bright prospects: Opportunity and change coming for industry in 2018. May 1, 2018 862
Junior miner ditches duty-to-consult lawsuit: Exploration president criticizes Queen's Park for hands-off approach to Indigenous engagement. Apr 1, 2018 1175
No open pit mines for the Ring of Fire: Noront wants to keep a low mine profile in the James Bay region. Apr 1, 2018 841
Off to a flying start in Earlton: Hangar construction, cobalt exploration, avgas sales fuel optimism for Timiskaming airport authority. Apr 1, 2018 705
Laurentian University researchers put Cobalt camp under the microscope: First Cobalt Mining conducting in-depth study of historic silver district. Apr 1, 2018 889

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