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Marc Boissonneault, Glencore's vice-president for its Sudbury nickel operations, said the company will need to develop deeper nickel deposits in the Sudbury Basin to remain productive in the region.

The future of Glencore's nickel operations in Sudbury will require deeper mines to access previously untapped deposits, said Marc Boissonneault, the company's vice-president of Sudbury nickel operations.Boisonneault, who addressed the ... more >>

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