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<updated>Women Leaders in Business:</updated> Gore Bay apparel-maker nears 30 years of success

Women Leaders in Business: Gore Bay apparel-maker nears 30 years of success

Adaptability has served Kathy Antonio well in operating My Ol' Blues since 1993
School photography company moving its HQ to North Bay

School photography company moving its HQ to North Bay

'Although we offer our services across Canada, North Bay represented the best option for building the base of our organization'
Pulled Smokehouse Welcome Centre Cafe opening in Burk's Falls

Pulled Smokehouse Welcome Centre Cafe opening in Burk's Falls

The Welcome Centre has indoor dining for 12 to 14 people, a patio with seating capacity for 28 people and several picnic tables on the Welcome Centre grounds that overlook the local waterfall
<updated>Indigenous Leaders:</updated> Program helps companies advance respectful Indigenous engagement

Indigenous Leaders: Program helps companies advance respectful Indigenous engagement

CCAB's Progressive Aboriginal Relations has trained more than 800 organizations since launching in 2001
Farmers' Market returns for 20th season this Saturday

Farmers' Market returns for 20th season this Saturday

'The seasonal offerings are expected to be tomato, basil, chives, rhubarb and pepper plants, planters, potted plants, perennials, and pansies'
Local female roofer hoping to inspire others through online contest

Local female roofer hoping to inspire others through online contest

'I would love to be that role model like for anyone just even thinking about it to just give them that push and to show them that it can be done, you can do it and it is definitely a rewarding career'
<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
<b>Fry fans mourn loss of popular chip stand</b>

Fry fans mourn loss of popular chip stand

Fire ravages Larry’s Chip Stand, a Sturgeon Falls institution
North Bay's newest hotel recruiting staff as opening day nears

North Bay's newest hotel recruiting staff as opening day nears

'We are looking to onboard our team in June so we can complete all training and be ready to open'