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Ontario’s minimum wage is increasing starting Saturday

Ontario’s minimum wage is increasing starting Saturday

The student minimum wage will also go up to $14.60 per hour from $14.10
<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
<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
Northern Ontario tourist industry hit hard by border restrictions

Northern Ontario tourist industry hit hard by border restrictions

'The closed border and lingering border restrictions have hit northern Ontario more severely than the rest of the province in the past two and a half years, as approximately one-third of northern Ontario tourism is from the United States'
<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
Temiskaming refinery builder inks supply deal with global battery maker

Temiskaming refinery builder inks supply deal with global battery maker

Electra Battery Materials signs three-year contract with LG Energy Solution
Another Burger King restaurant opens

Another Burger King restaurant opens

'They told me what attracted them to North Bay was our story of growth, record construction and culture of being open for business'
<b> Letter: </b> Northern Chambers against proposed riding changes

Letter: Northern Chambers against proposed riding changes

'Conducting business in Northern Ontario already comes with challenges, given our vast geographical distances, supply chain constraints, out-migration and population decline, and the impact of long winter seasons and freeze-thaw cycles on our infrastructure'
<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
Mines sector should tap talent pool of workers with disabilities

Mines sector should tap talent pool of workers with disabilities

Speaker at Sudbury mining conference says shortage of skilled workers in mining could be at least partially resolved by hiring more people with disabilities