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Suppliers invest in green energy

Sudbury mining suppliers are attempting to reduce their carbon footprint with the help of the sun. André Ruest, general manager of..

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Canada’s ugly duckling industry

Google “mining supply company” and you get a few companies with exactly that name. Next, you get the Sudbury Area Mining Supply..

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Mining programs inspire Aboriginal youth

Thunder Bay’s Confederation College has become a key player in First Nation employment training for northwestern Ontario’s..

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Study aims to optimize natural cooling system

A natural cooling system at Vale Inco’s Creighton Mine is the envy of every deep underground mine in the world. A large mass of..

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$100 million for hydrocarbon exploration

The Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) is teaming up with Nunavut, Ontario, Quebec and Manitoba to study the hydrocarbon and base metal..

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Companies, First Nations on the same wavelength

This issue’s Special Report on First Nation Engagement in the Mining Industry sheds light on an aspect of the industry that some may..

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Symboticware pioneers real-time monitoring

Symboticware Incorporated, a Sudbury-based technology company, has teamed up with Vale Inco, the Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation..

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Weather data beamed from Baffin Island

Underground mines aren’t the only harsh environments in which there is a need for near real-time data.   The northern tip of..

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Moses family marks five generations of prospecting

Peter Moses, the Ministry of Northern Development, Mines and Forestry’s First Nation minerals information officer, traces his..

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Ginoogaming eyes exploration company

Three years ago, the Ginoogaming First Nation, located on the northeast shore of Long Lake, one kilometre south of the town of Long Lac,..

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