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Ontario minimum wage hike kicks in

Ontario minimum wage hike kicks in

Most workers now make at least $15.50 per hour
New gold mine 'really big' for company, region

New gold mine 'really big' for company, region

Moneta Gold gives update on Matheson-area project
<updated>Indigenous Leaders:</updated> Peter Collins to lead new economic era for First Nations

Indigenous Leaders: Peter Collins to lead new economic era for First Nations

Former Fort William First Nation Chief transitions to job in power line development
Canada Nickel ties into a major Timmins discovery

Canada Nickel ties into a major Timmins discovery

The company believes its Reid Property might be a bigger score than its flagship Crawford mine project
<updated>Indigenous Leaders:</updated> First Nation partnerships will lead the way north

Indigenous Leaders: First Nation partnerships will lead the way north

Marten Falls and Webequie pursue their socio-economic development goals in shepherding Northern Road Link environmental impact process
Chamber lays out direction for next two years

Chamber lays out direction for next two years

Volunteers honoured at annual meeting
<updated>Jobs of the Future:</updated> First-of-its-kind program teaching BEV maintenance in Sudbury

Jobs of the Future: First-of-its-kind program teaching BEV maintenance in Sudbury

Epiroc and Collège Boréal's new training partnership was informed by industry
Canada lags behind world nickel producers, says mining exec

Canada lags behind world nickel producers, says mining exec

The rest of the world is speeding up production of nickel and nickel refineriess to take advantage of the Battery Electric Vehicle market
New Innovation Hub open for business

New Innovation Hub open for business

The Northern College initiative aims to help local industries solve problems and help students gain experience in the industries that will be their employers
<updated>Jobs of the Future:</updated> Food insecurity spurs an Indigenous dip into aquaculture

Jobs of the Future: Food insecurity spurs an Indigenous dip into aquaculture

Demand for sustainably farm-raised fish puts First Nations in the driver's seat through federal support program