A new public-private partnership is set to drive revenue for the forest products industry in Northern Ontario.
Lawyers for the Neskantaga First Nation say the province may have broken the law by signing deals with Cliffs Natural Resources, before consulting First Nations.
The private and public sectors of Ottawa-Gatineau are united in a collective sense of unease as they wait to see whether billions in budget cuts will deliver economic pain the region has largely avoided.
Delegates representing almost 100 Business Improvement Areas throughout the province are meeting in Thunder Bay over the next few days.
Rubicon Minerals Corp. is increasing its budget at its Phoenix Gold Project in Ontario to help accelerate construction of the mill and other work.
The budget implementation bill tabled in the House of Commons Tuesday includes a tax credit program for small businesses who increase their payrolls.
The Ontario Liberal leader's fairly modest election promise in September — a one-time, 10 per cent wage subsidy to hire new immigrants — certainly kicked up a political fuss.