Asselin Transportation and Storage Limited has been fined $8,000, and Eldon Irvin Mose $2,000, plus victim fine surcharges, after pleading guilty to failing to comply with conditions of the company’s certificate of approval.
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FORT FRANCES—With all the surveys completed for the local Business Retention and Expansion (BR&E) project, and work now underway to ultimately devise an action plan based on those results, the initiative is seen by some as a key exercise to help keep—and attract—businesses to Fort Frances.
The Women’s Business Network in International Falls, sponsored by the Small Business Development Center, met for the second time on Feb. 14 at the Coffee Landing Metro.
Fifteen local business women heard a presentation from Julie Schumacher, RRCC Customized Training Specialist, on the importance of goal-setting and strategic planning.
The Fort Frances Airport will receive $4,700 as its share of Transport Canada’s $40-million funding injection into 49 safety projects at the nation’s airports.
The money will be used for a decelerometer, Airport and Parks Superintendent Bill Caul noted last week, which is used to test braking action on the runway.
Whether they want to supplement sales from their storefront business or sell strictly online, entrepreneurs have a whole world of potential customers at their fingertips thanks to the Internet.
For a fifth year, the Rainy River Future Development Corp. is looking for participants for its customer service challenge—and interested businesses only have one more week to sign up.
Program co-ordinator Crystal Godbout said this morning that 21 district businesses have signed up so far, but she’s hoping to see that number reach at least 30 before the Feb. 15 deadline.
After first opening their doors here more than 10 years ago, M&M Meat Shops owners Garth Donald and Judie Campbell are saying thank you to their loyal customers.
VANCOUVER—Ainsworth Lumber Co. Ltd., a Vancouver-based forestry products company, is extending for one week the previously-announced maintenance closure of its oriented strand board mill in Grande Prairie, Alta.
In a release yesterday, the company blamed reduced customer demand for the closure extension until Feb. 10.
RAINY RIVER—Alarm bells should be going off at every council meeting across the district very soon.
Local MPP Howard Hampton told the Rainy River District Municipal Association’s annual meeting Saturday in Rainy River that Ainsworth’s oriented strand board mill at Barwick is hanging by a thread.
Fourteen local entrepreneurial women attended the first Women’s Business Network meeting back on Jan. 10 at the Coffee Landing Metro in downtown International Falls.
The event was organized by Jenny Dougherty, business consultant for the local Small Business Development Center.