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Sudbury should stack up just fine minus landmark

Posted Tuesday, November 11th, 2014 by Dick DeStefano

The Sudbury Star is the City of Greater Sudbury’s daily newspaper. It felt like a punch in the gut when Vale vice-president Kelly Strong dropped the bombshell last week the mining company was analyzing tearing down its Superstack. What would the Nickel City be without the 381-metre (1,250-foot) chimney that has marked the landscape for 42 years? […]

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Fresh idea catches on at Lo-Ellen HIgh Shool Innovation

Posted Tuesday, November 11th, 2014 by Dick DeStefano

By Jim Moodie, The Sudbury Star Tuesday, November 11, 2014 12:47:33 EST AM A nutritious lunch of salad and fish was served Monday in the woodworking shop at Lo-Ellen Secondary, with all of the ingredients grown right on site. A corner of the shop was framed up last year by senior construction students and outfitted […]

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Science North CEO a finalist for national award SAMSSA Member

Posted Thursday, November 6th, 2014 by Dick DeStefano

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff  | Nov 06, 2014 – 2:51 PM | Science North CEO Guy Labine has been nominated for one of the HR industry’s most prestigious national awards Science North CEO Guy Labine has been nominated for one of the HR industry’s most prestigious national awards. Labine is a finalist in the 2014 […]

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Enhance Your Visibilty on SAMSSA Web Site

Posted Sunday, November 2nd, 2014 by Dick DeStefano

Advertising Opportunities Leaderboard Position samssa.ca will offer one leaderboard advertising position, which will rotate between up to 5 advertisers. This premium sponsorship position will run before the news stories on every single news entry and the homepage. The value of this position will be the volume of impressions and targeted audience viewing this position. Our […]

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Heavy equipment simulator trains miners to avoid accidents

Posted Friday, October 31st, 2014 by Dick DeStefano

Northern Centre for Advanced Technology says workers can now practice emergency procedures safely CBC News Posted: Oct 30, 2014 11:43 AM ETLast Updated: Oct 30, 2014 11:59 AM ET Staff at the Northern Centre for Advanced Technology are starting to train people on a newly-acquired heavy equipment simulator. (NORCAT)     Efforts are underway in […]

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Chinese rail money for Ring of Fire?

Posted Friday, October 31st, 2014 by Dick DeStefano

Chinese rail money for Ring of Fire? – by Staff (Northern Ontario Business – October 30, 2014) Established in 1980, Northern Ontario Business provides Canadians and international investors with relevant, current and insightful editorial content and business news information about Ontario’s vibrant and resource-rich North. The plate tectonics for Ontario’s stalled Ring of Fire development project could […]

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Biomass research centre opens in northern Ontario

Posted Wednesday, October 29th, 2014 by Dick DeStefano

By: Pulp & Paper Canada staff Thunder Bay, Ont.2014-10-28 Confederation College officially opened the Ontario Power Generation BioEnergy Learning and Research Centre (OPG-BLRC) in early September. The facility, located in Thunder Bay, Ont., offers opportunities for demonstration, training and applied research related to biomass energy, including fuel quality, emission and combustion efficiency. “The new Bio-Energy Learning […]

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New Cliffs CEO sees ‘zero hope,’ no asset sale in Ontario’s Ring of Fire

Posted Wednesday, October 29th, 2014 by Dick DeStefano

New Cliffs CEO sees ‘zero hope,’ no asset sale in Ontario’s Ring of Fire – by Peter Koven (National Post – October 29, 2014) posted in www.republicofmining.com| The National Post is Canada’s second largest national paper. The new chief executive of Cliffs Natural Resources Inc. doubts that Ontario’s “Ring of Fire” will be developed for decades to […]

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News Release: Golden rule: Every new mine would improve Ontario’s finances

Posted Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014 by Dick DeStefano

This article was provided by the Ontario Mining Association (OMA), an organization that was established in 1920 to represent the mining industry of the province. Just one new gold mine in Ontario could provide more than 2,200 direct and indirect jobs and pay more than $102 million in tax revenue for all levels of government annually, according […]

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Sudbury company works to develop space drill

Posted Tuesday, October 21st, 2014 by Dick DeStefano

posted in www.republicofmining.com| http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/sudbury Deltion Innovations is working to develop drill that would prospect for water and ice on the moon A Greater Sudbury mining innovation company is getting to literally take some of its equipment out of this world. Deltion Innovations Limited is in the process of developing a drill for the Canadian Space […]

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