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Cambrian trades student brings home the gold

Cambrian trades student brings home the gold

David Smart, a heavy equipment technician student at Cambrian College in Sudbury has won a gold medal at the Ontario Technological Skills..

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Material handling systems designed for efficiency

Xstrata Nickel’s newest Canadian mine has been designed for improved material handling efficiencies. Automated systems will be handling..

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Laurentian University receives final funding for Vale Inco Living with Lakes Centre

  Laurentian University has received $5,152,676 from Industry Canada’s Knowledge Infrastructure program for its Vale Inco Living..

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Science North winner of 2008 Michael Smith Award

Science North, Sudbury’s science centre, was the recipient of the 2008 Michael Smith Award for Science Promotion by the Natural Sciences..

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Backfill plant designed for continuous pour

Using best practices, maximizing efficiencies and taking advantage of existing materials is the concept behind the hydraulic fill plant at..

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Materials joining centre celebrates grand opening

The Materials Joining Innovation Centre in Kirkland Lake celebrated its grand opening in June. MaJIC, as it is known, was launched in May..

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Shotcrete for primary support adds to safety

Xstrata Nickel opted for a path less travelled in deciding on a development methodology for its Nickel Rim South Mine. Rather than stick..

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Collaboration – CEMI spearheads development of online mine design handbook

The Sudbury-based Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation (CEMI) is spearheading the development of an online mine design handbook that..

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Redesigned anti-vibration handle for jackleg drills

Redesigned anti-vibration handle for jackleg drills

Miners around the world at risk of contracting Raynaud Syndrome, or white hand disease, from using jackleg drills will soon be able to take..

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Goldcorp tackles tailings clean-up in Timmins

Cleaning up historic tailings sites can’t be done with a one-solution-fits-all approach, especially for Goldcorp Inc.’s Porcupine..

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