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Fall arrest manufacturer unveils new products

Norguard Industries Inc. has created a new line of fall protection safety products. “We are now 100 per cent fall protection,” said Norm Desjardins, founder and president of the Sudbury-based company.

Itasca Canada consultants in demand around the world

It’s hardly surprising that one of the largest geomechanics consulting groups in the world is based in Sudbury.Itasca Consulting Canada Inc.

Goldcorp consolidates position in Red Lake

Goldcorp consolidates position in Red Lake Goldcorp has announced an agreement to acquire all outstanding shares of junior miner Gold Eagle Mines Ltd.

Lake Shore Gold commences shaft sinking

Lake Shore Gold Corp. has begun sinking a 710-metre shaft at its Timmins West gold project in the Timmins gold mining district 18 kilometres west of the city.

Ontario charts new territory in diamond cutting, polishing

A new value-added industry in the diamond sector is in the works in Ontario.

Ontario firing on all cylinders

Mining suppliers serving the red hot mining industry in Northern Ontario can be excused for thinking they’re on a different planet.

McIntosh Engineering merges with Stantec

The challenge of growing to meet customer needs has prompted North Bay’s McIntosh Engineering to merge with North American engineering design firm Stantec.

Sandvik acquires North Bay production facility

Sandvik Mining and Construction has purchased a 70,000-square foot manufacturing facility in North Bay to add badly needed production capacity to its exploration drilling division. The manufacturing facility was acquired from J.N.

Suppliers team up for shiploader upgrade

The recent upgrading of a shiploader at Lafarge North America’s Marblehead, Ohio limestone quarry by six Sudbury suppliers is a good example of the synergies inherent in the region’s mining cluster, claims Paul Ballard of the Fluid Power House.
North Bay Machining Centre moves to new site

North Bay Machining Centre moves to new site

One company benefiting from the sustained boom in mining exploration is North Bay Machining Centre Inc. “We’re swamped,” said company CEO Glenn Thompson. “We’ve been busy now for two years – so busy that we sometimes have to turn down work.
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