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  • Reuters

    SK Hynix to break ground on new U.S. chip packaging plant early next year - sources

    South Korea's SK Hynix aims to select a U.S. site for its advanced chip packaging plant and break ground there around the first quarter of next year, two people familiar with the matter said, helping the United States to compete as China pours money into the burgeoning sector. South Korea's second-biggest conglomerate SK Group, which owns one of the top memory chipmakers SK Hynix, announced the new plant last month as part of a $22 billion U.S based investment package in semiconductors, green energy and bioscience projects. The announcement, heralded by the White House, allocates $15 billion to the semiconductor industry through research and development programs, materials, and the creation of an advanced packaging and testing facility.

  • Local Journalism Initiative

    Candidate sees room for rural growth

    OLIVER PAIPOONGE, ONT. — James Cassan wants to see growth in the Municipality of Oliver Paipoonge, but within the approved boundaries and with people who enjoy the country lifestyle. Cassan, who has been on the municipality’s Committee of Adjustment for almost 12 years, filed to run for a councillor seat on Friday. It will be his second attempt to crack council after unsuccessfully running during the 2018 municipal election. With the dance card starting to fill up — four candidates have come for

  • Local Journalism Initiative

    Run as One festival returns

    The 18th annual Run as One festival was hosted in Siksika Nation at the Deerfoot Sportsplex last week, celebrating youth, community and togetherness within the nation. As part of the Run as One festival, Siksika Health Services also brought back their annual youth conference alongside the entertainment for all audiences. “This is just one of our Siksika Health event premiers that provides our community youth members with the opportunity to learn, connect and engage with partners and education, h