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Rematech takes pride in rubber-lining expertise

Rematech Industries Inc. is ready to take on the world. From its humble origins as a supplier of rubber products to the mining industry in..

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Aerial photography firm targets mining industry

The Northern Ontario forest industry has used aerial photography and geomatics as planning tools for years. Now, a Thunder Bay-based..

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Morris Modular shakes up work camp business

Steve Marshall, vice-president of the Morris Group of Companies, sees an industry-changing landscape about to rise across North America..

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Tracks and Wheels carries on after loss

Tracks and Wheels Equipment chairman and CEO Conrad Houle and his staff have a lot to live up to as they embark on the company’s 31st..

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Fibron introduces cleaner surface restoration technology

Sudbury-based Fibron Inc.’s Sponge-Jet abrasion blasting technology will help keep the mining industry on the green track. Sponge-Jet is..

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Jannatec brings new generation cap lamp to the global market

Jannatec Radio Technologies is going international with its new generation of the Johnny Light CapLamp and MineTrax wireless tracking..

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India lays out red carpet for Ontario mining expertise

India is showing a keen interest in developing its mining and mineral sector. Three recent visits by Indian government officials, the..

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CEMI raises interest in ore pre-concentration

Mining companies interested in estimating the potential economic benefits of introducing ore pre-concentration technology can take..

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Tagliamonte wins prospector award

It was inevitable that Frank Tagliamonte would dedicate his career to prospecting and mineral exploration.  His birthplace, the little..

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Human resource challenges persist

Human resources will be the biggest challenge facing the Canadian mining industry over the next 10 years as the majority of its workforce..

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