Third Generation Business!
Third Generation Business Expands With New Building:Tony’s Cabinets and Alyssa Marie Designs! by Scott A. Sumner Alyssa DiSimone of Tony’s Cabinets and Alyssa Marie Designs is the third generation of their family working in this well-known Thunder Bay business founded over 53 years ago.“My grandfather, Tony DiSimone, started the business in 1968 and thenmy father, Vince took over in 1989. Now, I have taken over. My dad still runs the commercial end of Tony’s Cabinets, and ... Read More
The NWMO Celebrates Re-Opening
The NWMO Celebrates Re-Opening of the Ignace Learn More Centre Listening to people and hearing input from the public about Canada’s plan for used nuclear fuel is an important part of our work. We are excited to re-open our Ignace Learn More Centre and to continue with face-to-face dialogue. We’re also excited to announce that the Ignace Learn More Centre is newly renovated. This is worth celebrating in a big way! The Centre was closed to the public for several months because of public ... Read More
Rosalind Lockyer of Paro!
Rosalind Lockyer Receives Honourary Degree! by Scott A. Sumner We were able to reach Rosalind Lockyer, CEO and founder of PARO while she was on vacation in rural Newfoundland to ask her some questions about her recently received Lakehead University honourary degree, her early years and the formation and growth of PARO. You are back in Newfoundland for vacation.This is where you grew up? “I was born in St John’s, Newfoundland. My daughter who was very young at the time was called upon ... Read More