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Chinese eye grass roots and advanced exploration

In 1966, moviegoers were all abuzz over the film, “The Russians are Coming, the Russians are Coming,” a comedy starring Carl..

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Association builds bridges between Canada and China

Nick Zeng, executive director of the China Mining Association of Canada, is a tireless promoter of Ontario’s mineral wealth. A..

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Country music star puts twang in mining

There are all kinds of creative ways to promote the mining industry, but Larry Berrio tops them all. A country music performer from..

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Science North honours Risto Laamanen

A memorial fund in honour of Science North’s longest-serving Board Chair, Risto Laamanen, has been established to benefit..

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Suppliers unite in pan-Northern initiative

Northern Ontario companies are joining forces to seek out business opportunities in Western Canada. Twenty businesses have united in a..

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CEMI unveils software for assessing risks

The Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation (CEMI) has unveiled two new software tools to assess geotechnical risk and uncertainty. ..

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Ontario’s mineral wealth takes centre stage

The resiliency of Ontario’s mining industry is once again on display as representatives of the global exploration industry descend on..

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Actlabs grows to meet local and global demands

Activation Laboratories Ltd. is growing to meet demand from an increasing number of exploration and mining companies throughout Northern..

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Hard-Line Solutions adds to award collection

HLS Hard-Line Solutions Inc., a Sudbury company specializing in tele-operation and mining communications technology, was honoured with an..

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Chromite mine operator still to be determined

The discovery of a massive chromite deposit in Ontario’s Far North will create thousands of jobs and trigger an estimated $1.5..

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