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A perfect confluence

The one billion dollars in exploration and deposit appraisal expenditures recorded in Ontario for 2011 speaks volumes about our mineral..

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SAMSSA inducts two into supplier hall of fame

SAMSSA inducts two into supplier hall of fame

 Mark Andrews, the recently retired vice-president of Carriere Industrial Supply (CIS), a Sudbury-based manufacturer of buckets and other..

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KWG Resources reaches out to First Nations

A junior mining company with a development project in Northern Ontario’s Ring of Fire has found a novel way of mixing philanthropy and..

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Two prospectors honoured by the OPA

David Beilhartz never grows tired of a good laugh when it comes to talking about his retirement from the mining industry. It lasted less..

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What is the big deal about industrial design?

Professors Philippe Lalande and Daniel Spooner of the University of Montreal’s School of Industrial Design were recently invited to..

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No good deed unpunished

Good news can be bad news. For the mining supply sector, labour shortages in the mining industry promise good times. They signal that the..

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New rules for First Nation consultation

Posted in late February on the province’s Environmental Registry and detailed in an information update mailed out to 11,000 stakeholders,..

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From camels to flying carpets

Mining and the trade in metals shaped the ancient world. And in almost every case, the transportation system for the metal industries was..

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The ascendancy of brainpower

A globally significant mining cluster doesn’t just materialize at the snap of one’s fingers. Like good wine, it takes time to mature...

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CEMI sets sights on VOD research consortium

Valuable lessons were learned from a recently concluded ventilation-on-demand (VOD) study by the Sudbury-based Centre for Excellence in..

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