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Marathon mine developer eyes 2025 construction start

Marathon mine developer eyes 2025 construction start

Generation Mining focusing on copper amid permitting delays, hunt to secure project financing
Nomination process open for ag excellence awards

Nomination process open for ag excellence awards

Province welcoming submissions in 12 categories
Downtown Sudbury arena/events centre slated to open by May 2028

Downtown Sudbury arena/events centre slated to open by May 2028

The City of Greater Sudbury has released an updated schedule for the $200-million downtown venue
North Bay-born James Franklin had huge impact on Canadian mining industry

North Bay-born James Franklin had huge impact on Canadian mining industry

Distinguished geoscientist, who advanced mineral sector’s knowledge base, dies at 81
Sudbury firms partner on monorail demo site

Sudbury firms partner on monorail demo site

RIINO will build demonstration loop at Rainbow Concrete Quarry in 2025
Thornloe Cheese has potential new buyer

Thornloe Cheese has potential new buyer

Triple “A” Cheese has entered a tentative agreement to purchase the facility from Gay Lea Foods
Northern Credit Union expanding in a merger with Copperfin

Northern Credit Union expanding in a merger with Copperfin

New company will officially merge in January 2025 serving more than 88,000 members in 25 communities across the North
Alamos ready to close Dubreuilville mine acquisition deal

Alamos ready to close Dubreuilville mine acquisition deal

Court approval on July 5 will combine two gold mining operations
Sault wants to pay developers to boost local housing supply

Sault wants to pay developers to boost local housing supply

Draft plan proposes financial incentive programs designed to stimulate more building — especially affordable housing units
Ministry of Labour now facing criminal charges in mining death

Ministry of Labour now facing criminal charges in mining death

The Ministry, an inspector for the ministry at the time, the former Dynatec Corp. and three others are charged with criminal negligence causing death in the fatal 2006 injury of Raymond Campeau