Oct 24, 2015

   

SAMSSA News

Sulfur dioxide plant setting up in Timmins Design by SAMSSA Member Bestech

: Northern Ontario Business staff The City of Timmins will soon be host to a liquid sulfur dioxide plant. Texas-based Calabrian Corp. is setting up a liquid sulfur dioxide plant in Timmins. In a news release, the company said the facility would serve the mining, paper and water treatment markets. Site development and construction is...

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Oct 24, 2015

   

SAMSSA News

Big bang deal for Nordex with SAMSSA Member Technica

    By: Northern Ontario Business staff Nordex Explosives will be supplying a Sudbury underground mining contractor with the explosives to carve out a new mine in Northern Ontario. Nordex Explosives will be supplying a Sudbury underground mining contractor with the explosives to carve out a new mine in Northern Ontario. The Kirkland Lake-based explosives...

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Oct 24, 2015

   

Industry News

Ivan Glasenberg faces major test amid Glencore’s shaky future

    Eric Reguly – EUROPEAN BUREAU CHIEF LONDON — The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Oct. 23, 2015 6:13PM EDT The partners at mining and commodities trading giant Glencore PLC earned a fortune buying into the “stronger for longer” China story. That bet has been looking shaky for a couple of years and downright precarious since...

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Oct 24, 2015

   

Industry News

Vale disagrees with Environment Canada conclusions

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff  | Oct 23, 2015 – 5:02 PM | 8 Warrant alleges toxic substances seeped into local waterways for decades Vale disagrees with the conclusions drawn in warrant documents filed by Environment Canada, regarding runoff of toxic substances in Sudbury waterways alleged to have occurred over decades. RELATED ARTICLES Vale allegedly leaked...

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Oct 24, 2015

   

Industry News

Vale allegedly leaked toxic runoff in local waterways: report

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff  | Oct 23, 2015 – 3:37 PM A search warrant Environment Canada enacted in early October to search through Vale’s Sudbury offices leads back to toxic run-off allegedly leaking into Sudbury waterways since 1963. In a Canadian Press article published Oct. 23, reporter Ian Bickis said Environment Canada accuses Vale of...

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Oct 23, 2015

   

Industry News

The most bullish mining chart you’ll see all day

Mining.com Frik Els | October 22, 2015   After five years of unrelenting declines only punctuated by a couple of false dawns (talking ’bout you nickel) green shoots are appearing in the metals and mining sector. There’s BHP whipping up enough excitement with a “commodity premium” (whatever that is) to amass orders in excess of...

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Oct 22, 2015

   

Industry News

Algoma port project nearing construction phase

    By: Lindsay Kelly N.O.B. The Port of Algoma is actively seeking out new clients to draw to its facility, in addition to working on the redevelopment of its commercial docking facilities into a regional commercial port. Shovels could be in the ground as early as 2016 to start the Port of Algoma redevelopment...

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Oct 22, 2015

   

Industry News

Bombardier halts North Bay water bomber production

  By: Northern Ontario Business staff Bombardier aircraft has ceased operations in North Bay and will not be finishing any more work on its CL-415 water bombers says a company official. Bombardier aircraft has ceased operations in North Bay and will not be finishing any more work on its CL-415 water bombers says a company official. Isabelle...

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Oct 22, 2015

   

Industry News

Sudbury Supporting Canada to Become a Leader in Global Mining Innovation

    Sudbury Supporting Canada to Become a Leader in Global Mining Innovation Presentation By Douglas Morrison, President and CEO, CEMI, defends this resolution in Ottawa at the CCC AGM   Chamber works with CEMI and Northern Ontario colleagues to advance policy Sudbury Chamber Of Commerce Supports Policy Mineral and metal deposits are becoming increasingly more...

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Oct 22, 2015

   

Industry News

Vale posts $2 billion loss

Posted In Sudbury Star October 22 2015 RIO DE JANEIRO, Oct 22 (Reuters) – Brazilian miner Vale SA on Thursday posted a net loss of $2.1 billion in the third quarter due to low iron ore and nickel prices and a weakening real against the dollar. The result was slightly less than analysts forecast, and...

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