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Vale to spend $2 billion on abatement project

A proposed $1.5 to $2 billion Atmospheric Emission Reduction (AER) program at Vale’s Sudbury Operations is expected to receive board..

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Former “shaft man” leverages passion for safety

Former “shaft man” leverages passion for safety

  “It’s good that you caught me today,” said the sandpaper-voiced president of Industrial Solutions Management, a..

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Simulation company sees increasing demand

A small Sudbury firm is helping mining companies peer into the future to avoid costly mistakes.Labrecque Technologies creates computer..

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Redpath Group wins award for oxyacetylene carrier

The Ontario Mine Contractors Safety Association (OMCSA) has awarded the 2010 Worker Safety Innovation Award to The Redpath Group for its..

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Science centre showcases Chilean rescue

The rescue of 33 Chilean miners after more than two months underground this past fall had the rapt attention of billions around the world...

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First Nickel resumes production at Lockerby

The fourth and smallest mine operator in the Sudbury Basin plans to resume shipping ore by the end of the summer. First Nickel placed its..

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Innovation in hard rock mining alive and well

In the past weeks and months, it has become evident that the mining sector is on a continuous upswing.  There is a general consensus that..

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The not-new, not-a-cycle supercycle

Mr. Keynes had it right: the financial community is very, very emotional. We are barely climbing out of what many were calling the great..

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High-precision geophysics takes off

A new high-resolution resistivity and induced polarization technology developed in Germany for geotechnical applications is gaining..

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Mega Precious ramps up at Monument Bay

Thunder Bay junior miner Mega Precious Metals Inc. has set its sights on going underground in 2012 at its recently acquired Monument Bay..

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