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Risky business pays off for Canadian mine developers

Risky business pays off for Canadian mine developers

Goodman School of Mines fireside chat yields inspirational career stories
Robert R. McEwen among new inductees to Canadian Mining Hall of Fame

Robert R. McEwen among new inductees to Canadian Mining Hall of Fame

Five new inductees were installed during the 2017 dinner and induction ceremony in Toronto on Jan. 12.
McIntyre Powder Project gaining attention

McIntyre Powder Project gaining attention

A number of initiatives are planned in 2017 to continue the work of the McIntyre Powder Project, which aims to document the work and health histories of miners who were exposed to aluminum powder while working in mines in Northern Ontario.
Detour Gold fends off mini-tender offer

Detour Gold fends off mini-tender offer

Company said offer was unsolicited and cautions shareholders against proposal.
Rubicon goes back to the drawing board

Rubicon goes back to the drawing board

Mine developer out to right the wrongs of Red Lake blunder
Tahoe goes deep in Timmins

Tahoe goes deep in Timmins

Vancouver miner spending $50 million in ’17 on Bell Creek mine expansion
Tahoe Resources adds former Goldcorp CEO to board

Tahoe Resources adds former Goldcorp CEO to board

The company, which acquired Lake Shore Gold last April, has gold assets in the Timmins mining camp.
Pellets aplenty for Sault steel maker

Pellets aplenty for Sault steel maker

Essar Steel Algoma locks up supply deal with Cliffs
Miner registry still seeking participants exposed to McIntyre Powder

Miner registry still seeking participants exposed to McIntyre Powder

McIntyre Powder Project documents the health and work histories of miners who inhaled finely ground aluminum dust while working at mines across the country.
B&D Manufacturing sells two tire handlers to Vale Brazil

B&D Manufacturing sells two tire handlers to Vale Brazil

Purpose-built machines handle tires weighing up to 10 tons