Professor Dean Millar, MIRARCO research chair for energy in mining, is a voice in the wilderness working away on what some would consider..
A globally significant mining cluster doesn’t just materialize at the snap of one’s fingers. Like good wine, it takes time to mature...
The mining industry, like life itself, has often been described as a roller coaster, climbing to nose bleed altitudes and then suddenly..
It’s no accident that 22,000 members of the global mining community take over Front Street in Toronto every year about this time...
What’s new in mining? A lot, if this issue of Sudbury Mining Solutions Journal is any indication. Our cover story provides a progress..
It’s hard to believe that a collection of 500 businesses concentrated in a defined geographic region and all targeting the same..
The preliminary results from a study of the Sudbury and area mining supply cluster and its value to the economy of Ontario confirm the..
The resiliency of Ontario’s mining industry is once again on display as representatives of the global exploration industry descend on..
This issue’s Special Report on First Nation Engagement in the Mining Industry sheds light on an aspect of the industry that some may..
Reading this issue of Sudbury Mining Solutions Journal, you’d hardly know the city is in the grip of a strike by 3,100 employees of Vale..