Vol. 40 Nbr. 2, December 2019
- Indigenous restaurant opening in Sudbury: Hiawatha Osawamick shifting gears following successful catering business.
- Mine membrane waterproofs stopes: North Bay mining supply firm has exclusive Canadian distribution rights for a long-established mine waterproofing system from Europe.
- Province finances First Nation transmission project: Wataynikaneyap Power cashes up with $1.34 billion to advance power line work.
- Construction completed on the largest First Nation wind project in the country: Pattern Energy Group and Nigig Power Corporation announced the completion of Henvey Inlet Wind.
- Does urban Canada hate us?
- For Sudbury, the signs are all there.
- What do you mean by a climate emergency?
- Robotics stepping up safety in underground mine inspections: SafeSight Exploration, Redpath Mining partner on MRC Rail Runner.
- INCO trailblazer and champion of women's rights tells her story in new memoir: My View from the Blackened Rocks, self-published by Cathy Mulroy through Tellwell Talent Inc., was launched in Sudbury at the Steelworkers Hall in October.
- Company fired up about wood chips.
- Thunder Bay Community Economic Development Commission names new CEO: Environmental engineer Eric Zakrewski succeeds Doug Murray as head of city's economic development commission.
- Precious metal prices drive northwest mining activity: No shortage of mine expansion and greenfield projects in gold, palladium, lithium in the development pipeline.
- Female driller grad maps a path to success: Sasha Michano is the first female graduate of NORCAT's diamond driller assistant program.
- Historic CN swing bridge reopens to vehicles.
- Northwestern Ontario Innovation Centre selects new leader.