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Educating the next generations

An icon in any industry needs no introduction. Such was the case for James S. Redpath founder of The Redpath Group.
MIRARCO celebrates a decade of mining

MIRARCO celebrates a decade of mining

What began as an idea at the heart of Laurentian University has since blossomed into a decade of internationally ground-breaking innovation, as Mining Innovation Rehabilitation and Applied Research Corporation (MIRARCO) recently celebrated its tenth
Low metal prices prompt shut-downs

Low metal prices prompt shut-downs

Plummeting metal and commodity prices flattened some junior and medium-sized miners in Northern Ontario last month.

Gold Eagle strikes it rich with Goldcorp acquisition

Goldcorp took a decidedly NIMBY attitude when rival Agnico-Eagle staked a share in a successful junior miner with a high-grade gold deposit on the doorstep of its Red Lake complex.

Houston Lake's next step in West Cedartree

Finding a mine is like winning the lottery, E.Grayme Anthony says. Once you find it, you want to access the windfall, but there are bureaucratic hoops to go through first.
Dianor to dig deep for diamond-studded future

Dianor to dig deep for diamond-studded future

After a year’s worth of preparation, Dianor Resources is gearing up to spend $30 million this fall to try and see just how much sparkle sits on their Wawa-area diamond project.

MIRARCO’s software on the way

The first major commercial software to emerge from Sudbury’s Mining Innovation, Rehabilitation and Applied Research Corporation (MIRARCO) is soon set to make a splash among mine planners across the globe.

Dryden claims stake in exploration

The City of Dryden is hopping on the exploration bandwagon in a big way.

New research cluster gathers great minds

Armed with the common goal of pushing the innovation envelope, four of the leading research companies have officially come together under one Sudbury roof for the first time.
Billion-dollar potash biz looking to Northern Ontario suppliers

Billion-dollar potash biz looking to Northern Ontario suppliers

Affectionately known as “pink gold,” potash may prove to be the next mineral to power economic growth amongst Sudbury service and supply firms.