Expansions, million-dollar homes drive construction

Ross, Ian
March 2006
Northern Ontario Business;Mar2006, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p24
The article reports on the growth in home building market in North Bay, Northern Ontario. Shawn Killins, City of North Bay's chief building official says residential housing dominates the local market and retail and commercial development is on rise. North Bay posted an all-time record of 71.3 million worth of building permits which is mostly in home construction in 2004.


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