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Sudbury pioneers borehole radio imaging

Cross-borehole radio tomography is playing an increasingly important role in the discovery and definition of new orebodies in the Sudbury Basin. The technology has been the focus of R&D efforts in the U.S.

Bob Lipic: international trailblazer

President and CEO of Mining Technologies International (MTI), Canada's largest manufacturer and supplier of mining equipment, Lipic has done business in more than 40 countries in the past 20 years, and traveled on average 30 weeks a year since the co

Rastall tools make miner's work easier

The nuts and bolts of this Sudbury-based mining supply business are .nuts and bolts, but miners across Canada and elsewhere in the world know it for its high-quality, specially designed tools.

Subcoe offers oilfield expertise to mining industry

Most mining supply companies in Northern Ontario build their business by developing a local or regional customer base before venturing out on the world stage.

Equipment resale business booming

With the global mining industry on a continual upswing, orders for new mining equipment backlogged and profit margins in the remanufacturing business narrowing, the equipment resale business is on a roll.

MIRARCO supplies virtual reality studio to China

The Mining Innovation, Rehabilitation and Applied Research Corporation (MIRARCO) has completed the sale of a virtual reality studio to the Department of Natural Resources and Civil Engineering at Northeastern University in Shenyang, China.

$15 million geoscience study to focus on Ontario's Far North

A $15 million geoscience study recently announced by Ontario's Ministry of Northern Development and Mines could help boost mineral exploration in the province's largely unexplored James Bay and Hudson Bay Lowlands.

Rock tunnel project on target

Introduction In recent decades the City of Greater Sudbury has experienced a rapid rate of growth and development in it’s “South End” (the general region south of Walford Road and Laurentian University).