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New trades institute opens doors

Collège Boréal’s new Trades and Applied Technology Institute opened its doors Sept. 5th. The state-of-the-art, 20,000 square foot..

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Garson Mine wins Ryan trophy for Canadian safety supremacy

Achievement lies not so much in reaching a destination, but in the journey to get there. Minds shift and old habits die off, while..

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Sudbury to host geoscience symposium

The Ontario Exploration and Geoscience Symposium is pulling up stakes and heading north. Future symposia, including the one scheduled for..

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Claim holders able to file online

The Ministry of Northern Development and Mines (MNDM) is launching an Electronic Assessment System (EAS) to allow mining claim holders in..

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Discover Abitibi proposes new studies

A follow-up to the $10-million Discover Abitibi geoscience study may be in the offing. A technical committee is evaluating proposals for a..

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Telstar takes pride in hydraulics expertise

In the 1967 movie, The Graduate, a young college graduate played by Dustin Hoffman runs into an older gentleman at a cocktail party who..

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OMA conducts study to manage air leaks

The Ontario Mining Association (OMA) has launched a compressed air leak management study to help member companies save money and conserve..

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MTI pioneers hydrogen injection, hybrids

  Mining Technologies International (MTI) is pioneering two new technologies to power trucks, load-haul-dump (LHD) vehicles and other mine..

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A bird, a plane? No. An unmanned aerial vehicle

  A Sudbury company hopes to have a working prototype of an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) ready for testing in an underground mining..

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Redpath busy worldwide as mining industry sizzles

 Redpath Group employees who are getting close to retirement are beginning to have second thoughts. The North Bay mining contractor is so..

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