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<updated>The Drift:</updated> Could Sudbury be a global leader in 'green' mining?

The Drift: Could Sudbury be a global leader in 'green' mining?

Toronto's Bactech Environmental and Sudbury's MIRARCO want to mine nickel, cobalt and iron the natural way
Inquest starts next month into cause of death of Sudbury contractor

Inquest starts next month into cause of death of Sudbury contractor

Ronald Lepage died from injuries sustained at Vale refinery site in 2017
Ontario Mine Rescue prepares to test the best teams in Ontario

Ontario Mine Rescue prepares to test the best teams in Ontario

Chief mine rescue officer remembers the significance of 39 miners
Downtown Sudbury picks up a couple of awards

Downtown Sudbury picks up a couple of awards

The recent Ontario Business Improvement Areas Association ceremony saw the Downtown Sudbury Business Improvement Association take home two awards
Laurentian University looks to extend creditor protection to Sept. 30

Laurentian University looks to extend creditor protection to Sept. 30

President Robert Haché says ‘there was never an expectation" CCAA process would end May 31
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
Tech company nets $10K in prize funds for safety technology

Tech company nets $10K in prize funds for safety technology

Kitchener’s CircuitIQ makes software that finds and maps electrical circuits
Sudbury high schooler wins prestigious $100K Schulich scholarship

Sudbury high schooler wins prestigious $100K Schulich scholarship

Tyler Smith will take his mechanically and robotically-inclined aptitude to study engineering at McMaster University
Laurentian plans to seek creditor protection extension beyond the end of this month

Laurentian plans to seek creditor protection extension beyond the end of this month

Several key upcoming court dates relating to LU’s insolvency were revealed at May 11 hearing, during which millions in consultants’ fees were also approved
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