Industry News

11.17.2017

The way west goes through Thunder Bay

Port authority rebrands corporate image to reach global audience

11.17.2017

From computers to mountain summits

Mining software guru shares inspirational tales from globe-spanning career

11.17.2017

Business Growth: Cecil's Brewhouse and Kitchen

Cecil’s Brewhouse and Kitchen is situated at the corner of Main and Wyld Streets in downtown North Bay.

11.17.2017

Power Metals Corp. drilling for lithium near Cochrane

The Vancouver-based company is completing one drill program and gearing up for a second.

11.17.2017

No toking for truckers

Legalizing pot has Ontario Trucking Association supporting drug testing

11.17.2017

A new mining boss at Island Gold

Shareholders approve Alamos acquisition of Richmont Mines

11.17.2017

Sault Ste. Marie celebrates innovation

City’s innovation centre gave out annual SSMARt Awards on Nov. 15

11.17.2017

WorleyParsons’ Mining Centre of Excellence established in South Africa

Professional services provider WorleyParsons has committed to establishing operations close to its customers’ assets in order to refine conceptual, design and project execution strategies that will help customers meet their changing […]

11.17.2017

Are Northern cities smart or dumb?

The tide is running against us: we have to start swimming in the right direction.

11.17.2017

Zgounder Silver Mine improves production for October

Maya Gold & Silver has recorded monthly production of 46,619 ounces of silver during the month of October 2017 at its Zgounder silver mine in Morocco. According to the mining company, […]

11.17.2017

Blanket Mine’s increased production a win for shareholders

Caledonia Mining has announced its Blanket Mine in Zimbabwe achieved a new gold production record in the quarter to September 2017. Group chief executive officer, Steve Curtis, said 14 396 […]

11.16.2017

Angel investor group nets $1.26 million

Federal government will provide funds over three years

11.16.2017

IRON ORE: Champion fixes Bloom Lake restart for March

QUEBEC – At a press conference yesterday, Champion Iron subsidiary Quebec Iron Ore confirmed that mining at the Bloom Lake iron ore mine near Fermont will restart in March 2018. QIO has funding and offtake agreements in place. A benefits

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11.16.2017

STREAMING: Glencore teams with Teachers for new royalty company

SWITZERLAND and ONTARIO – After weeks of rumours, Glencore looks to be on verge of creating a new base metals royalty company, and the company has attracted the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan as a partner. The new firm will be

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11.16.2017

ZINC: Callinex confirms new deposit at Superjack

NEW BRUNSWICK – Callinex Mines of Vancouver says recent drilling has confirmed the presence of a new zinc deposit at its Superjack property in the Bathurst mining camp. Hole SJ17-88 intersected 1.9 metres of massive sulphides grading 8.0% zinc equivalent

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11.16.2017

GOLD: Grades good as Rubicon continues to drill at Phoenix deposit

ONTARIO – With good grades from drilling at its Phoenix gold project near Red Lake, Rubicon Minerals of Toronto is making plans to move its exploration program underground. The company completed 23,500 metres of drilling in October 2017, and although

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11.16.2017

MINING PEOPLE: Northern Dynasty and Pretium

Vancouver-based Northern Dynasty has asked Mark Hamilton to be its executive VP of external affairs for Pebble LP. Hamilton retired from the U.S. Army with the rank of major general, and is currently president emeritus of the University of Alaska.

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11.16.2017

Nevada green-lights McEwen Mining’s Gold Bar project

Nevada has approved McEwen Mining’s (TSX: MUX; NYSE: MUX) final environmental impact statement (EIS) for its Gold Bar project and the company says it will start building the mine immediately. “Gold Bar is the first new gold mine in Nevada to

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11.16.2017

Investment in greening northern business

FedNor invests $119,255 in green economy initiative made just for the north, local business already benefiting

11.16.2017

Business Growth: Denison Environmental Services

Denison Environmental Services (DES), a division of Denison Mines Inc., performs long-term care and maintenance for closed mine sites.