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Lindsay Kelly

Lindsay Kelly

Lindsay Kelly is a Sudbury-based reporter who's worked in print and digital media for more than two decades. She joined the Northern Ontario Business newsroom in 2011.

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Recent Work by Lindsay

Canadians have 'higher standard of accountability' on Indigenous issues: consultant

Canadians have 'higher standard of accountability' on Indigenous issues: consultant

Batchewana First Nation's Karen Bird says Canadians need to educate themselves before making land acknowledgements in business
Turning fish waste to profit on Manitoulin Island

Turning fish waste to profit on Manitoulin Island

Purvis Fisheries has signed Great Lakes pledge to use 100% of fish by 2025
Don't just 'pink it and shrink it,' say women in industry about PPE

Don't just 'pink it and shrink it,' say women in industry about PPE

One-day forum hosted by Northeastern Ontario Construction Association puts focus on personal protective equipment for women
When it comes to PPE, don't just 'pink it and shrink it,' say women in industry

When it comes to PPE, don't just 'pink it and shrink it,' say women in industry

One-day forum hosted by Northeastern Ontario Construction Association puts focus on personal protective equipment for women
Business of the Month: 'We all want to see it succeed'

Business of the Month: 'We all want to see it succeed'

Collaborative environment at A10 Fabrication helping Sudbury-area welding shop grow
'Check in before you check out': expert speaks to inclusive leadership in mining

'Check in before you check out': expert speaks to inclusive leadership in mining

Tina Varughese was the opening keynote speaker during the 2024 Mining Health and Safety Conference in Sudbury, hosted by Workplace Safety North
'Check in before you check out': expert speaks to inclusive leadership in mining

'Check in before you check out': expert speaks to inclusive leadership in mining

Tina Varughese was the opening keynote speaker during the 2024 Mining Health and Safety Conference in Sudbury, hosted by Workplace Safety North
Jobs of the Future: Kap apprenticeships spark love of the trades

Jobs of the Future: Kap apprenticeships spark love of the trades

Maurice Welding tapping local youth to build workforce in house
‘It really starts with building new relationships,’ says Farm Credit Canada

‘It really starts with building new relationships,’ says Farm Credit Canada

Federal lending agency is the latest to introduce an Indigenous Procurement Program
Indigenous Leaders: ‘It really starts with building new relationships,’ says Farm Credit Canada

Indigenous Leaders: ‘It really starts with building new relationships,’ says Farm Credit Canada

Federal lending agency is the latest to introduce an Indigenous Procurement Program
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