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The Age of Design

Mining machines are getting prettier. Today, there is a lineup of machines in the square outside my window at the university. The Canadian..

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Bigger hybrid loader on the drawing board

Sudbury-based Mining Technologies International (MTI) has decided to build a four cubic yard hybrid loader, following the successful trial..

December 1, 2010 with 0 Comments

Vale exec announces $2.5 billion in spending

Mining giant Vale is “looking at investments of upwards of $2.5 billion” in Sudbury between now and 2015, according to John..

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Micro-algae eyed as fuel source

The algae that form a green slime on our lakes and waterways and that so many of us find revolting could one day be grown in giant..

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Aboriginal student wins scholarship

Samantha Lickers was the recipient of the Taking Flight Scholarship, awarded to her at the Canadian Institute of Mining and..

December 1, 2010 with 0 Comments

Mentoring plays key role in retention of women

Mentoring plays a key role in retaining women in the mining industry. This was one of 10 points raised in a paper presented at the Canadian..

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MEMO conference expected to draw up to 600

MEMO conference expected to draw up to 600 The Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy’s (CIM) 2010 Maintenance Engineering and..

June 1, 2010 with 0 Comments
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