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Joshua Bailey, vice-president of exploration at Wallbridge at the Broken Hammer mine in Sudbury. Wallbridge is using innovative techniques to keep the company moving forward during down times, including using this at-surface deposit as a way to finance other projects.
2015 Five Junior Mining Companies to Watch: Wallbridge MiningIt’s no secret – the current down markets are having a particularly negative effect on the juniors in Canada. But Wallbridge Mining Company Limited (TSX - WM) is providing value for its shareholders in unique ways.“The market certainly hasn’t been kind to a lot of junior mining companies,” said Marz Kord, president and CEO of Wallbridge. “Our strategy has always been to explore while we minimize the dilution to our shareholders.” The company does this in three ways, Kord said: by creat...

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2016 Five Northern Leaders: Terry Bos
If there’s one thing Sault Ste. Marie’s Terry Bos loves more than baseball, it’s numbers.“I’ve always had passion and joy for working with numbers and statistics,” said Bos. “Since starting school, math was one of my strong subjects.”When Bos started at Algoma University in 1993, he was taking ...
2016 Five Northern Leaders: Lyle Knudsen
Equipment World’s Lyle Knudsen is following in his father’s footsteps, but the Thunder Bay entrepreneur hasn’t been afraid to carve out new paths along the way.“There is a theory that has been loosely attributed to Charles Darwin that I truly believe,” said Knudsen: “It is not necessarily the ...
2016 Five Northern Leaders: Guy Labine
Guy Labine credits serendipity with landing him his dream job as CEO at Science North. But the Azilda-raised executive shares that credit with his parents and other mentors, and the work ethic they helped him to develop.“Serendipity had a lot to do with it. I was fortunate to have a strong netw...
2016 Five Northern Leaders: Wilf Hass
Northern Ontario has a certain magnetism — maybe it’s all the minerals. People leave for school or to travel, only to come back years later, seemingly unable to stay away. But they bring back more than just memories; they bring back experience and connections that are invaluable to the Northern...


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