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Contractor dies at Vale's Copper Cliff operations in Sudbury

Contractor dies at Vale's Copper Cliff operations in Sudbury

Police, Labour ministry investigating fatal incident at nickel miner's matte processing plant
BESTECH signs MOU with Map3D to be authorized training partner

BESTECH signs MOU with Map3D to be authorized training partner

Sudbury company offers modelling and full suite of geotechnical services
Algoma Steel reaps the rewards of market demand

Algoma Steel reaps the rewards of market demand

Sault Ste. Marie steel producer reports strong quarter as sales surge
Noront still sides with BHP's deal to acquire Ring of Fire deposits

Noront still sides with BHP's deal to acquire Ring of Fire deposits

Mine developer calls Wyloo statements "misleading" to shareholders, BHP offer provides better value
Wyloo Metals not a huge fan of BHP muscling its way into the Ring of Fire

Wyloo Metals not a huge fan of BHP muscling its way into the Ring of Fire

Australian mining investor insists it's not giving up its grip to mineral riches in the Far North
Sudbury entrepreneur John Maslack dies

Sudbury entrepreneur John Maslack dies

Maslack Supply grew to operate 13 locations across Ontario
Laurentian researcher named strategic advisor for 'green' miner's South American endeavours

Laurentian researcher named strategic advisor for 'green' miner's South American endeavours

Nadia Mykytczuk named to BacTech Environmental's strategic advisory board
More federal relief on the way for Western, northwestern Ontario farmers

More federal relief on the way for Western, northwestern Ontario farmers

Ottawa commits $500M for drought-stricken beef producers
<updated>Mining the Northwest:</updated> Lake Superior's North Shore remains fertile ground for gold, high-tech metals

Mining the Northwest: Lake Superior's North Shore remains fertile ground for gold, high-tech metals

Gold junior miners still dominate exploration scene but palladium, lithium and critical metals hunters are making their mark
Province allocates $1M for Indigenous trades training

Province allocates $1M for Indigenous trades training

NORCAT, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers union starting heavy equipment operator, electrical trades training program this fall
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