One of Sudbury’s ‘unique’ places disappearing
By Jim Moodie, The Sudbury Star Friday, June 15, 2018 3:08:52 EDT AM Vale’s iron ore recovery plant in Copper Cliff is slowly being demolished. John Lappa/Sudbury Star/Postmedia Network As Vale erects a pair of new, efficient stacks on its Copper Cliff smelter, it is simultaneously tearing down a huge, […]Read Full Story
Super Batteries: Which Metal Will Fuel the Future?
Georgia Williams – June 13th, 2018 Curious as to which metal will reign supreme in the super battery race? The Investing News Network sat down with Jon Hykawy of Stormcrow Capital to discuss the future of nickel, cobalt and few other metals that may surprise you. There has been a lot of discussion around […]Read Full Story
Sudbury’s nickel in demand again
By Harold Carmichael, The Sudbury Star Wednesday, June 13, 2018 1:34:53 EDT AM A Nissan Leaf electric car is displayed next to a charging stand at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, January 12, 2016. REUTERS/Mark Blinch It’s the type of metal needed for electric cars In […]Read Full Story
AMI Personnel SAMSSA Member celebrates 20 year milestone Congratulations
AMI Personnel celebrates 20 year milestone Thanks the community and industry for ongoing support. At the heart of northern Ontario industry and beyond, the Marcotte name is synonymous with credibility, innovation and progress. Reflecting on two decades in business, AMI Personnel acknowledges the support of the community and credits the […]Read Full Story
The Ontario election: What does Ford’s nation have in store for mining?
– by Greg Klein (Resource Clips – June 7, 2018) June 8, 2018 in www.republicofmining.com http://resourceclips.com/He reportedly promised to get Ring of Fire development started even if he had to climb onto a bulldozer to blaze a trail himself. Now Doug Ford and Ontario’s Progressive Conservatives have won a resounding majority, already apparent less […]Read Full Story
Legacy Profile SAMSSA Member Technica “The people on this team, they are everything. They truly are.”
Special SAMSSA Legacy Profile By Jenny Lamothe Freelance Journalist on Behalf of SAMSSA June 5th 2018 When you first enter Technica’s building, and walk its first long hallway, you are greeted by smiles. From the employees you encounter of course, but also from the great wall of community, one that aligns your first impressions of […]Read Full Story
What Does Northern Ontario Want From Queen’s Park?
– by Stan Sudol (RepublicOfMining.com – May 31, 2018) May 31, 2018 On June 7th, the people of Ontario will be going to the polls in one of the most pivotal elections in the province’s history. While Northern Ontario – north of the French and Mattawa Rivers, as I have never recognized the […]Read Full Story
Accent: Can this Northern mining town rise again?
By Gabriel Friedman, Postmedia Network Saturday, May 26, 2018 12:42:53 EDT PM Tyler Anderson/National Post An employee of Forage Asinii Drilling works at one of two drill sites near the small town of Cobalt. Accent: In a welcome turn of events for a town that has struggled economically since mining disappeared, prospectors […]Read Full Story
De Beers working on its legacy for Victor Mine
De Beers working on its legacy for Victor Mine Production expected to end February 2019 by: Maija Hoggett Canada head of external and corporate affairs Tom Ormsby gives an update on the Victor Mine at the Timmins Chamber of Commerce’s Inside Their Business event. Maija Hoggett/TimminsToday Expand As De Beers gets ready […]Read Full Story
Sudbury student wins national science fair with self-driving go-kart Brendon Matusch
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Brendon Matusch could be the next Elon Musk. The 14-year-old student from Sudbury recently took home the top prize at the 2018 Canada-Wide Science with his self-driving go-kart that uses a machine learning system. Vehicle uses machine-learning system to navigate CBC News · Posted: May 22, 2018 10:33 AM ET | Last […]Read Full Story