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CEMI unveils software for assessing risks

The Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation (CEMI) has unveiled two new software tools to assess geotechnical risk and uncertainty. ..

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Ontario’s mineral wealth takes centre stage

The resiliency of Ontario’s mining industry is once again on display as representatives of the global exploration industry descend on..

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Actlabs grows to meet local and global demands

Activation Laboratories Ltd. is growing to meet demand from an increasing number of exploration and mining companies throughout Northern..

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Hard-Line Solutions adds to award collection

HLS Hard-Line Solutions Inc., a Sudbury company specializing in tele-operation and mining communications technology, was honoured with an..

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Chromite mine operator still to be determined

The discovery of a massive chromite deposit in Ontario’s Far North will create thousands of jobs and trigger an estimated $1.5..

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Mining supply veterans honoured by peers

North Bay businessman Ron Miller and Sudbury’s Peter Matusch were inducted into the Sudbury Area Mining Supply and Service..

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Dr. Thomas Ulrich wins laser ablation prize

Dr. Thomas Ulrich, a research scientist at Laurentian University’s Trace Element Mapping Facility for Geological Samples, has been..

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University pioneers new sampling technology

A new ultra violet laser ablation system on its way to Laurentian University’s Trace Element Mapping Facility for Geological Samples..

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Lake Shore Gold wins Prospector Award

It takes more than a shovel in the ground and crossed fingers to transform a mineral deposit into a producing mine. The team at Lake Shore..

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High gold price fuels exploration

Exploration spending was down in Canada and around the world in 2009, but Ontario fared better than most jurisdictions. “Levels of..

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