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New mining geophysics firm sets up shop in Sudbury

New mining geophysics firm sets up shop in Sudbury

Being located in the 'Canada's mining centre' prompted move north for Wireline Services Group (Canada)
Premier attends opening of Sudbury mine expansion

Premier attends opening of Sudbury mine expansion

Vale expansion of Copper Cliff Mine boosts nickel and copper production, delivers hundreds of new jobs
Time to pay the accountants for Laurentian University insolvency process

Time to pay the accountants for Laurentian University insolvency process

Ernst and Young in court Oct. 12 seeking to have $5.3 million approved for payment
New heavy equipment facility 'crucial' to company's growth

New heavy equipment facility 'crucial' to company's growth

SMS Equipment hopes to open the state-of-the-art, $30-million building late next year
Province funding nine Nipissing projects with $3.6 million

Province funding nine Nipissing projects with $3.6 million

Mining, manufacturing, digital economy and forestry sectors to benefit
Mining battery vehicle expert speaks to importance of training

Mining battery vehicle expert speaks to importance of training

If you plan on running battery vehicles in mining, you will need properly trained maintenance technicians and vehicle operators
Shakeup at Metallum Resources as CEO departs

Shakeup at Metallum Resources as CEO departs

Vancouver junior miner wants to put former Schreiber-area zinc mine back into production
Cutting-edge mine tech at first-ever underground show

Cutting-edge mine tech at first-ever underground show

Sudbury's NORCAT said the event was a success, but it is too early to determine whether this will become an annual event
New Matheson gold mine 'really big' for company, region

New Matheson gold mine 'really big' for company, region

Long permitting process factored in, Moneta Gold seeks to start mine construction in early 2029
<updated>The Drift:</updated> Australian mining suppliers look for matchmaking opportunities

The Drift: Australian mining suppliers look for matchmaking opportunities

Australia's leading mining industry association seeks to arrange partnership opportunities with Northern Ontario companies
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