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Kirkland Lake Gold closes in on breakeven

Kirkland Lake Gold Inc. has reported a net loss of CAD$11.1 million on revenue of CAD$173.

Ionic Engineering launches new business unit

The Ionic Engineering group of companies has announced the launch of Black Rock Engineering, a new business unit wholly dedicated to providing multi-disciplinary engineering consulting services to industrial and municipal clients.

Patent pending technology produces heat and electricity

Cambrian College has concluded a pilot project for Sudbury-based Renewable Resource Recovery Corp.

Laurentian University opens new School of the Environment

Laurentian University has established a new School of the Environment with 13 faculty members forming its core and 13 more soon to be cross-appointed from other departments.

Glencore Kidd Operations wins Tom Peters Award

Glencore’s Kidd Operations in Timmins has won the 2014 Tom Peters Memorial Reclamation Award at the seventh annual Ontario Mine Reclamation Symposium June 17 and 18 in Peterborough.

Rock-Tech relocates to 30,000-square foot manufacturing facility

Mining equipment manufacturer Rock-Tech is relocating to a 30,000-square-foot facility in Sudbury’s Walden Industrial Park.

Parliamentary report sees opportunity for rare earth projects

A report issued by the Canadian parliament’s Standing Committee on Natural Resources paints an optimistic picture for the mining of rare earth elements in Canada.

Two tradeswomen scoop up Influential Women awards

Two tradeswomen - Dani Drewek and Sarah Hunter – are among 12 women recognized as 2014 Influential Women of Northern Ontario Award winners.