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Get ready for mining in space

Get ready for mining in space

Business is advised to think ahead to the day when mining in space becomes a reality
Do not underestimate the value of FedNor

Do not underestimate the value of FedNor

Understanding the value of federal economic development
Revitalization and expanding SAMSSA's reach

Revitalization and expanding SAMSSA's reach

A conversartion between Dick DeStefano and Paul Bradette on the role of SAMSSA
Mining is more than the value of minerals

Mining is more than the value of minerals

Several years ago, I met a well-known broadcaster arriving at the Timmins Victor M. Power Airport. As a longtime friend, I was there to give her a ride into town where she could stay with some extended family members.
The importance of accepting change in the digital era

The importance of accepting change in the digital era

One of the most persistent questions asked by SAMSSA members is what products and services will be in demand in the short and long term.
Mining must formally recognize mental health concerns

Mining must formally recognize mental health concerns

Early detection is the key to a better outcome when dealing with mental health concerns.
Airships to the Arctic

Airships to the Arctic

A few years ago it took imagination to see the future sneaking up on Northern Ontario’s mining sector. Now it is getting hard to ignore.

SAMSSA partners with export business portal

Devon Franklin is the project manager of the Magnet Export Business Portal based at Ryerson University in Toronto. Devon is passionate about engaging and empowering businesses to realize their full potential. When businesses thrive, we all do.

It’s been a blast!

In the very first issue of Sudbury Mining Solutions Journal dated March 1, 2004, I wrote that we would “focus on the technology and innovation that result from the depth of expertise” in the mining community of Northern Ontario.

Solving the HR challenge in the mining industry

If you’re a kid growing up in Toronto or any number of Canadian cities and someone asks you what you want to be when you grow up, it’s highly unlikely that mining engineer or geologist will come to mind.
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