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Industrial Fabrication introduces new utility truck

Industrial Fabrication Inc., a Sudbury-based utility vehicle manufacturer, has introduced a new purpose-built utility truck, the UT99, to..

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Drilling technology advancing on all fronts

The following is an interview with George Demers, manager of surface coring for Boart Longyear Drilling Services. Demers began his career..

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Been there, done that

Been there, done that

The City of Elliot Lake, a community of 11,500 people 160 kilometres west of Sudbury, used to be the quintessential single-industry town...

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Lonmin buys into Wallbridge

Platinum mining giant Lonmin has purchased an 18 per cent interest in Wallbridge Mining Company Ltd., a junior miner active in the Sudbury..

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Second wind for Elliot Lake?

Elliot Lake wouldn’t be the first mining camp to experience life after death. After all, orebodies deemed uneconomic one day have been..

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Business systems enhance competencies

In the last few years, the Sudbury Area Mining Supply and Service Association (SAMSSA) has been focused on expanding its membership and..

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First Nickel submits feasibility study

First Nickel Inc. is one step closer to developing another nickel and copper mine in the Sudbury area. On July 1, the junior mining company..

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Animated film teaches teens about mining

The Ontario Mining Association (OMA) has produced a short animated film designed to get teenagers thinking about careers in the mining..

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Mining school offers online program

Northern College’s Haileybury School of Mines will begin offering the first year of its Mining Engineering Technician’s program online..

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Scouts showcase Canada’s mining industry

Scouts showcase Canada’s mining industry

Forty thousand members of the world Scouting organization from 150 countries had an opportunity to learn about Canada’s mining industry..

September 1, 2007 with 0 Comments
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