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New mining journal promotes cluster globally (02/04)

Michael Atkins, president of Laurentian Media Group, announced the launch of a new international mining publication for the City of Greater Sudbury and surrounding areas.

Supply, service sector band together (10/03)

By ANDREW WAREING Mining service and supply companies outside of Sudbury are taking a serious look at the benefits of banding together.

Rubicon Minerals graduates to TSE (10/03)

Stocks of Rubicon Minerals Corporation began trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSE) on Sept. 17. As a result of this graduation to Canada’s senior stock exchange, the company will delist from the TSX Venture Exchange.

Goldeye’s gold prospects promising (10/03)

Goldeye Explorations Ltd.

First Nation plans mineral strategy (01/04)

A contribution of $27,000 from the Ministry of Indian Affairs and Northern Development will help northeastern Ontario Wahnapitae First Nation gain optimum advantage out of mining opportunities.

Mustang approves drill program (01/04)

Mustang Minerals may have only scratched the surface of the potential to be found at its recently acquired Bannockburn property.

Metalex seeks diamonds in North (01/04)

Metalex Ventures Ltd.’s discovery of two kimberlite occurrences around Attawapiskat has sparked renewed interest in diamonds in the James Bay region.

Diamond hunt continues (01/04)

A Toronto-based exploration company has extracted an 800-tonne mini-bulk sample from its 100-per-cent owned diamond property in northeastern Ontario. Sudbury Contact Mines Ltd.

PGM exploration project on (01/04)

Platinum hunters Pacific North West Capital Corp. and Anglo American Platinum Corp. have approved a winter exploration program for their Agnew Lake joint venture near Sudbury.

Mining trade bridge planned (01/04)

Organizers of a November trade mission to South America intend to build a “trade bridge” between the mining sectors of Northern Ontario and Chile.