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Holding a chunk of Sudbury breccia is Ruth Debicki of the Ontario Geological Survey who accompanied the astronauts of Apollo 17 on their visit to Sudbury in May 1972.

Laughter erupts from Ruth Debicki of the Ontario Geological Survey (OGS) when asked if her brush with space exploration royalty in the early 1970s stands out as a career highlight.“We do ... more >>

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Mining executive, engineer to receive honorary doctorat... Posted: 5/27/2016 1:52:42 PMA mining company chief executive and the first woman to grad...
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Court rules in Ontario’s favour on exploration consulta... Posted: 5/26/2016 4:24:07 PMNorthern Superior Resources has lost its court case — for al...
Resolute fined for 2014 injury at Iroquois Falls millPosted: 5/26/2016 4:12:56 PMResolute Forest Products has been fined $55,000 after a work...
North Bay debuts strategic frameworkPosted: 5/26/2016 2:59:35 PMThe City of North Bay released a framework for its strategic...
Feds, province invest $1.9 million in Northern export p... Posted: 5/26/2016 11:24:42 AMThe federal and provincial governments are collectively inve...
Goldcorp gets nod for sustainable mining practicesPosted: 5/26/2016 10:45:03 AMGoldcorp-Porcupine Gold Mines has been recognized for its ef...
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