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FNX to increase production to 900,000 tons

FNX Mining Company Inc. expects to increase its annual production in 2007 to 900,000 tons of ore, an increase of 42 per cent over the..

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Once a decade exploration conference in Toronto, Sept. 9 to 12

The fifth decennial International Conference on Mineral Exploration, planned for September 9 to 12 in Toronto, will showcase the current..

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New shafts keep Cementation busy

Mining contractor Cemen-tation Canada Inc. has a lot to celebrate this year: recognition as one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers for 2007,..

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Leadership cited as key ingredient in driving change

Being accountable as leaders marks the road to change in industry and provides room for people to contribute to the best of their ability...

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Dr. Peter Kaiser selected to head CEMI

Dr. Peter Kaiser has been appointed founding executive director of the Sudbury-based Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation..

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Fuller Industrial wins major pipe contract

Fuller Industrial, a Sudbury manu-facturer of process piping and elastomeric lining systems, has scooped up a $500,000 contract for the..

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Boart Longyear opens Sudbury parts depot

Boart Longyear has opened a 6,500-square foot warehouse in Sudbury to improve service to the local mining industry.  The facility will..

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CVRD Inco commissions copper separation circuit

The commissioning of a new copper separation circuit at CVRD Inco’s Clarabelle Mill has created new capacity at the company’s smelter..

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Killer application for surveying poised for release

A revolutionary underground mine survey system developed in Sudbury by Falconbridge is about to be commercialized following an agreement..

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Mine Site Technologies sees wireless wave

The tangle of wires and cables snaking through underground mines will soon be a thing of the past, according to Will Gove, Mine Site..

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