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Science North, the region’s most popular tourist attraction, is about to get even more northern as the facility plans to expand its presence to two northwestern cities — Thunder Bay and Kenora, Ont.  The Sudbury-based science centre is aiming to build a permanent 33,750-square-foot science centre in Thunder Bay and a 4,000-square-foot buildout of the existing Lake of the Woods
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urfinguss/iStock via Getty Images urfinguss/iStock via Getty Images By Alison Coughlin and Jon Lynch Originally published on November 28, 2021 The pandemic era has left many industries in a state of unpredictability with few reliable indicators to lean on. With drastic shifts in material supply and demand over the last 18 months, construction may lead
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Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro and his Chief of Staff Ciro Nogueira gesture during a ceremony to commemorate Forro Day, at the Planalto Palace in Brasilia, Brazil December 13, 2021. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino/File Photo Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register BRASILIA, April 5 (Reuters) – Far-right Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has seen the ranks
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Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) and Weyerhaeuser Company announced the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MOU), spanning five years and including $250,000 in new funding commitments. The new MOU will provide the framework for both organizations to work together to demonstrate a long-term commitment to support wetland and waterfowl stewardship throughout Weyerhaeuser’s Canadian operating areas
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Joe Walker, Terry Edgell, Chris Worthy and Josh Worthy Newport-based timber importer Premier Forest Products has completed the acquisition of a fellow South Wales timber company. The deal was supported by prominent advisers. Established in 1974, Monmouthshire Timber Supplies (Mon Timber) becomes the latest brand to join Premier’s expanding portfolio. Mon Timber supplies timber products,
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Firefighters in East Tennessee have been working to contain a series of wildfires that began last week. The fires have so far consumed over 3,000 acres and have led to the evacuation of roughly 11,000 homes and the displacement of hundreds of residents and tourists. Over 300 structures have been lost completely. As of this
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Luxury high-rise apartments are viewed across Central Park South near Columbus Circle in the Manhattan borough of New York. Robert Nickelsberg | Getty Images Manhattan residential real estate sales topped $7 billion in the first quarter, marking the strongest-ever start to a year as the market shows no signs of slowing, according to new sales
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