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Oliver Maki: still going strong at 82

Most people work hard all their lives and look forward to retirement. Not Oliver Maki. Born and raised in Copper Cliff, Maki has spent more..

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Research initiative gets green light

Research initiative gets green light

Researchers at Laurentian University are gearing up for a five-year, $24 million research initiativeto enhance productivity and manage risk..

June 1, 2007 with 0 Comments

Family legacy endures at Rainy River

Two generations follow in the footsteps of celebrated prospector Walter Baker Out of the blue invitations to lunch can lead to..

June 1, 2007 with 0 Comments

Web apps drive efficiencies

Four Leaf Solutions has doubled and tripled its workforce every year since 2002 Software developer Four Leaf Solutions may be one of..

June 1, 2007 with 0 Comments

Orica centralizes customer service

Joe Keenan hasn’t used his degree in Geology from Laurentian University to discover a new orebody, but his knowledge of rocks set him on..

June 1, 2007 with 0 Comments

Hardfacing firm finds niche

When Ray Bedard returned home to the Sudbury area in October 2003 following a 38-year career as a welder in southern Ontario, his business..

June 1, 2007 with 0 Comments

SAMSSA welcomes global partners

Sudbury has become a global shopping destination for mining visitors in the past few months, especially from South Africa, Brazil and..

June 1, 2007 with 0 Comments

De Beers Canada signs agreement

The Moose Cree First Nation and De Beers Canada Inc. have signed an Impact Benefit Agreement (IBA) for the De Beers Canada Victor Mine in..

March 1, 2007 with 0 Comments

Demand for fabric covered buildings keeps Olikay busy

Ontario mining companies and suppliers in need of shelter for storage, workshops and other applications are moving more and more to..

December 1, 2006 with 0 Comments

Innovation centre wins $3 million NASA contract

  The Northern Centre for Advanced Technology has won a $3 million contract from the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration..

December 1, 2006 with 0 Comments
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