Thirteen mining industry suppliers from northeastern Ontario participated in a national buyer-seller forum in Edmonton March 13 to 15 to..
There could be a day in the distant future when former mine sites are filled with large pine trees blowing in the breeze, instead of barren..
A shortage of linecutters in Ontario’s red-hot mineral exploration sector has turned into a lucrative opportunity for the province’s..
Representatives from the City of Sudbury, Cambrian College and three Sudbury-area mining supply companies are attending the Electra..
Sudbury area suppliers are beginning to make inroads into Africa, but the extent of the continent’s potential as a significant market..
India’s mining industry is open for business. An Indian delegation visited Sudbury on October 27 seeking foreign investment..
The Ontario Exploration and Geoscience Symposium is pulling up stakes and heading north. Future symposia, including the one scheduled for..
The Ministry of Northern Development and Mines (MNDM) is launching an Electronic Assessment System (EAS) to allow mining claim holders in..
Exploration and deposit appraisal spending in Ontario rose to $321 million in 2005, up from $307 million the year before. ..
A $15 million geoscience study recently announced by Ontario’s Ministry of Northern Development and Mines could help boost mineral..