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WipWare spinoff to focus on Canadian market

A recent newsletter published by WipWare Inc., a North Bay company specializing in photoanalysis systems for particle sizing, welcomes new..

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Rebirth of mining in Finland

The history of mining in Finland dates back to the mid-16th century, more than 300 years before Canada’s birth as a nation. Now, it’s..

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CCIC ramps up to serve juniors

Geologists rule. Finally, after years of being “used and discarded” during short-lived spikes in the mining cycle, “there’s enough..

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Canada’s new science and technology policy

The Government of Canada’s new science and technology policy should be good news for the mining industry and for Canada’s pre-eminent..

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NORCAT breaks ground on innovation park

The Sudbury-based Northern Centre for Advanced Technology (NORCAT) has broken ground on a new 40,000 sq. ft. innovation and..

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Search for origin of life comes to Sudbury

Exploration geologists and astrobiologists share a keen interest in sampling and analyzing rocks for their metallic content, but while..

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Mobile Parts takes on heavy forklift line

Mobile Parts Inc. is adding 24,000 square feet to its location in Sudbury in response to customer demand in the booming mining industry...

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Conference takes pulse of industry

Remote mineral sensing technologies and helicopter-borne time domain electromagnetic surveys in particular received a lot of attention at..

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$3.8 billion approved for Koniambo

$3.8 billion approved for Koniambo Xstrata Nickel’s ambitious plans to move up in the ranks of the world’s nickel producers took two..

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Junior miner makes base metal discovery

A potentially large nickel-copper discovery in the James Bay Lowlands has created a lot of extra traffic in the office of Timmins resident..

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