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Goodman School planning investment management competition

The Goodman School of Mines and Laurentian University are sponsoring an investment management competition for undergraduate students.

Two mine rescue competitions slated for Sudbury

Two mine rescue competitions will be held in Sudbury this summer. The Ontario Mine Rescue Competition will be held June 6 to June 10, and the 10th International Mines Rescue Competition (IMC-2016) will be held August 19 to 26.

Wallbridge announces 2015 operating profit

Wallbridge Mining has announced an operating profit of $3.48 million before royalty expense, amortization and depletion for the year ended December 31, 2015. Total revenue was $26 million.

Northern Ontario pavilion at MINExpo to host 16 suppliers

Sixteen mining supply and service companies will exhibit their products and services to the global mining industry in a Northern Ontario pavilion at MINExpo 2016, September 26 to 28 in Las Vegas.

Deltion Innovations signs contract with Canadian Space Agency

Sudbury-based mining and automation robotics firm, Deltion Innovations Ltd.

Probe Metals combines with Adventure Gold

Probe Metals and Adventure Gold have entered into a definitive agreement to combine their respective companies by way of a plan of arrangement.

Mining Association of Canada supports carbon price

The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) has announced support for an efficient pan-Canadian approach to addressing climate change.

Fall protection manufacturer looks to expand sales

Sudbury-based Norguard Industries, a supplier of fall protection equipment for the mining industry, has partnered with Pacesetter Sales & Associates, a safety and industrial specialist, to expand its Canadian sales.

Boissoneault moves up, Xavier succeeds as Glencore VP

Marc Boissonneault, Glencore’s vice-president of Sudbury nickel operations, has been promoted to head of the company’s international nickel assets. He officially began the job on Oct. 1.

Laurentian University offers Engineering courses in French

Laurentian University will begin offering 10 new French language and bilingual programs in Engineering and Management beginning in September 2016.
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