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BBE Consulting, an international mine ventilation and cooling company is coming to Canada and is setting up shop in Sudbury.

BBE Consulting, an international mine ventilation and cooling company is coming to Canada and is setting up shop in Sudbury. Scheduled to open an office sometime in February, the specialized Australian and South African ... more >>

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