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Customer service tops at Enterprise

    Situated just west of town at the Crozier Warehouse and Bay Rentals Facility, the Enterprise Rent-A-Car facility is ably run by Pam L. Parsons, manager-in-training.    Her definition of good customer service is summed up with: “In the workplace, there is no one else in the room when the customer is being served.”    Enterprise Rent-A-Car Co.

Watch out for fake money

Canadians like using cash. It’s a fast and convenient means of payment.

In 2006, there were some 1.3 billion notes in circulation worth more than $43 billion. That’s about 40 bills for every person in Canada.

And demand for cash increases each year by about five percent.

Sawmill idled

Bowater Canadian Forest Products Inc. announced yesterday the indefinite shutdown of its Ignace sawmill operation.

This shutdown took effect yesterday and will impact 29 direct Bowater employees and 20 contractor ones.

This decision is the direct result of lumber quotas imposed upon Bowater’s Ontario operations.

Denby eager to take over Chamber helm

After being first vice-president for two years, Christine Denby (Gillons’ Insurance Brokers) was elected president of the Fort Frances Chamber of Commerce at its annual general membership meeting last Tuesday at The Harbourage.

“It’s kind of like being lady-in-waiting and now it’s my turn to be queen,” Denby said last week morning.