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Federal funding to study "carbon capture" in mine tailings

Federal funding to study "carbon capture" in mine tailings

Feds promise $2 million in funding for research in British Columbia
Black Tusk commences drilling in northwestern Quebec

Black Tusk commences drilling in northwestern Quebec

Exploration drilling in Abitibi Greenstone belt
Funding provided for Northern College innovation hub

Funding provided for Northern College innovation hub

Feds direct $190,000 to Northern College
CEMI moves to downtown Sudbury

CEMI moves to downtown Sudbury

CEMI has new location at 105 Elm Street
McEwen second quarter gold production takes a dip

McEwen second quarter gold production takes a dip

Spring flooding affected gold production at the Black Fox Mine
Vale wins Ryan Award for safety – again!

Vale wins Ryan Award for safety – again!

Five years in a row winning the Ryan Award

Gold tops U.S. $1400 per ounce

The spot price of gold has risen above U.S. $1400 per ounce for the first time in six years. The gold close on the New York market at 4 p.m. on Monday June 24 was $1418. (Kitco.

Manitou Gold acquires new land package near Wawa

Manitou Gold Inc. (TSX-V: MTU) (the “ Company ” or “ Manitou ”) is pleased to announce the acquisition of two important packages of mining lands.

CEMI has moved to downtown Sudbury

The well-known Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation (CEMI) has moved out of the Willet Green Miller Centre that is on the Laurentian University Campus in Sudbury, said a news release from that agency.

MPP Romano says mining contributes to Ontario jobs and growth

By LEN GILLIS The Ontario government is committed to strengthening the mining industry because it continues to attract jobs and investment to the province.