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Laurentian University looks to extend creditor protection to Sept. 30

Laurentian University looks to extend creditor protection to Sept. 30

President Robert Haché says ‘there was never an expectation" CCAA process would end May 31
<updated>Women Leaders in Business:</updated> Abiding curiosity drives the work of long-time Timmins business leader

Women Leaders in Business: Abiding curiosity drives the work of long-time Timmins business leader

Noella Rinaldo brings a lifetime of experience to new economic development role
<updated>Indigenous Leaders:</updated> First Nations and mining industry are finding common ground

Indigenous Leaders: First Nations and mining industry are finding common ground

Indigenous participation in Western Canada's oilsands can be template for inclusion in Northern Ontario
<updated>Jobs of the Future:</updated> Container farming strengthening food security in the North

Jobs of the Future: Container farming strengthening food security in the North

Sudbury's Truly Northern Farms is a premier provider of hydroponic, pesticide-free produce
<updated>Generational Business:</updated> Service with a smile is all in the family at Sault butcher shop

Generational Business: Service with a smile is all in the family at Sault butcher shop

City Meat Market has served downtown patrons since 1910
<updated>Indigenous Leaders:</updated> North Bay entrepreneur brings a fresh take to coffee

Indigenous Leaders: North Bay entrepreneur brings a fresh take to coffee

Finely tuned business instincts have led Jennifer Twigg to retail success
Sudbury Community Arena repurposing plan put on ice

Sudbury Community Arena repurposing plan put on ice

Uncertainty of future arena causes council to rethink plan
<updated>Communities on the Move:</updated> Home builders wanted in Wawa

Communities on the Move: Home builders wanted in Wawa

Resurgent gold mining and forestry activity holds promise and provides growth pressure for north shore community
<updated>Generational Business:</updated> Adventure awaits avid bookworms at popular North Bay shop

Generational Business: Adventure awaits avid bookworms at popular North Bay shop

In business for five decades, Allison the Bookman has more than 100,000 in its inventory of used books
Laurentian University pledges 'full co-operation’ in response to scathing auditor general’s report

Laurentian University pledges 'full co-operation’ in response to scathing auditor general’s report

Sudbury university's board of governors 'took every possible step to avoid CCAA filing'