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<updated>Mining the Northwest:</updated> Mine builder aims for early 2023 construction start of Marathon palladium mine

Mining the Northwest: Mine builder aims for early 2023 construction start of Marathon palladium mine

Generation Mining executive says 'tough' environmental questioning will make for a better pit project
McEwen anticipates fourth gold deposit near Matheson

McEwen anticipates fourth gold deposit near Matheson

Toronto miner gears up to expand mine life at its Fox Complex
Sudbury geoscientist to receive prestigious national award

Sudbury geoscientist to receive prestigious national award

Dr. Stéphane Perrouty will be recognized by the Geological Association of Canada
<updated>Indigenous Leaders:</updated> First Nations and mining industry are finding common ground

Indigenous Leaders: First Nations and mining industry are finding common ground

Indigenous participation in Western Canada's oilsands can be template for inclusion in Northern Ontario

Federal assessment process declared unconstitutional by Alberta court

Pro-oilsands First Nations calls non-binding decision a 'victory for Indigenous rights'
Timmins nickel mine developer files federal permit documents

Timmins nickel mine developer files federal permit documents

Canada Nickel inks agreements with three First Nation communities
Construction costs rising to finish Dubreuilville-area gold mine

Construction costs rising to finish Dubreuilville-area gold mine

Argonaut Gold hopes to have financing package for Magino Project in place by end of June
Ontario mine rescuers gearing up for provincial competition

Ontario mine rescuers gearing up for provincial competition

Provincewide test of skills gets underway in June
Moneta Gold drafting plans for a mine near Matheson

Moneta Gold drafting plans for a mine near Matheson

With a new gold count, Toronto exploration firm sees both open-pit and underground mine potential
Women in mining experiencing harassment, discrimination, says PhD candidate’s thesis

Women in mining experiencing harassment, discrimination, says PhD candidate’s thesis

Sarah de Blois of Sudbury is advocating for more women in mining and more of them in leadership roles