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01.17.2018

Brazilian miner Vale ordered to repair environmental damage

Reuters

        Reuters | 2 days ago |  |  0     RIO DE JANEIRO, Jan 15 (Reuters) – A Brazilian court on Monday ordered the world’s largest iron ore miner Vale SA to repair environmental damages its operations caused in land belonging to a community of descendants of escaped slaves in northern Brazil. Federal prosecutors announced the […]

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01.13.2018

Short-term shutdown at Vale’s Coleman Mine extended

CBC News Sudbury

      Company recalling maintenance employees to mine in Levack, sending workers to other sites CBC News Posted: Jan 12, 2018 10:33 AM ET Last Updated: Jan 12, 2018 10:33 AM ET Vale says repairs to the Coleman Mine in Sudbury won’t be done until mid-February. 29 shares Related Stories Coleman Mine layoff continues, over 300 […]

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01.10.2018

SAMSSA Member–Manitoulin Transport Acquires Direct Right Cartage Inc. of Brampton, Ontario

Media Release

    — First Purchase in Intermodal Shipping Segment —   MISSISSAUGA, Ontario — January  10, 2018 — Manitoulin Transport has acquired Direct Right Cartage Inc. of Brampton, Ontario, a premium intermodal service provider.  This is the seventh purchase for Manitoulin in the last 12 months. The acquisition builds on the company’s existing intermodal offerings […]

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01.08.2018

The future of our technology and our planet depends on one thing: the battery

Jamie Carter

   – by Jamie Carter (Techradar.com – January 6, 2018) January 8, 2018 in m http://www.techradar.com/The lithium-ion battery is growing to power the electric car era, but solid-state batteries are incoming Most of us are running on empty. Since the mobile phone spawned a smartphone-first world, we’ve all been tending to the needs of batteries. […]

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01.03.2018

Nickel looks good

harold Carmichael

    By Harold Carmichael, The Sudbury Star Tuesday, January 2, 2018 8:40:30 EST PM       It looks ike 2018 will be a very good year for nickel. Last month, world metal markets closed for the Christmas break with nickel on an upswing. The metal reached $5.46/pound U.S., more than $1 U.S. higher than […]

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01.03.2018

Mining in 2018: Copper price to power on

Frik Els

    Frik Els | about 16 hours ago    The price of copper ended 2017 near a four-year high of $3.30 a pound ($7,260 per tonne) extending the bull run in the red metal for a second year. Measured from its multi-year lows struck at the beginning of 2016, copper has gained more than 70% in […]

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12.26.2017

Vale rep lays all the cards on the table during Thompson’s last chamber meeting of 2017 –

Kyle Darbyson

   December 20, 2017) December 21, 2017  http://www.thompsoncitizen.net/Throughout 2017, news about Vale’s cutbacks in Thompson has been on the minds of many local residents, especially after their Birchtree facility was put on care and maintenance back in October.In an attempt to quell concerns about where the company is headed, Mark Scott, the vice-president of Vale’s […]

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12.21.2017

Prosecutors File Charges in Alleged $250 Million Crypto Mining Fraud

Wolfie Zhao 

Warning Scam Wolfie Zhao     Dec 21, 2017 at 23:00 UTC NEWS   Authorities in South Korea have reportedly filed suit against a U.S. cryptocurrency mining firm, alleging a multi-million dollar fraud. According to Korean news source Yonhap, prosecutors from the Incheon district of South Korea alleged in a press briefing that a company called Mining Max […]

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12.20.2017

Column: Sudbury, North not sharing Ontario’s recovery

Steve Lefleur

    By Steve Lafleur Wednesday, December 20, 2017 1:33:02 EST AM       Northern Ontario has seen the most unambiguously negative employment situation since 2008   While Ontario’s overall economy has largely recovered from the Great Recession of 2008 after a great deal of pain, it’s been an uneven recovery. The province had […]

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12.01.2017

Mining Day in Ottawa draws Sudbury crowd

Northern Ontario Business staff

    Sudbury pitches local mine tech to big industry, government : Northern Ontario Business Staff Mining Day in Ottawa left Noront CEO Alan Coutts (left) and Greater Sudbury Mayor Brian Bigger in a purple haze. Mining Day on the Hill was an opportunity for Greater Sudbury Mayor Brian Bigger to rub elbows with the lead […]

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