Quebec’s golden pockets

Virginia Heffernan

Exploration is stagnant around most of the world, but Quebec’s gold camps in the Abitibi and James Bay regions offer a ray of light in an otherwise dark tunnel

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Boxhole breakthrough

Ian Ewing

PT Freeport Indonesia wanted to move away from the Alimak method at its Deep Mill Level Zone mine, so Redpath proposed a new technology to get the job done


Power and productivity

Eavan Moore

As the cost of power has steadily risen over the past several years, mine operators have had to become more energy-savvy to keep the lights on


Hope for the future

Correy Baldwin

TMAC’s high-grade Hope Bay gold project in the Kitikmeot region of Nunavut is nearing start up


Field tested

Ian Ewing

Case studies in the hardware and software behind improved milling plant performance


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A fair shake at justice

Sahar Fatima

B.C. court sides with Guatemalan protesters in jurisdiction dispute with Tahoe Resources

April 03, 2017

Crude diplomacy

David Meffe

First weeks of Trump administration include drastic changes for mining, oil and gas sectors

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McEwen Mining Innovation Lunch & Learn Series

Battery-powered LHDs

John Gravelle

John Gravelle details how AVS's battery-powered LHDs have taken advantage of lithium battery advances to carve out a place for electric vehicles underground.

McEwen Mining Innovation Lunch & Learn Series

Putting technology to work

Greg Baiden

Today there are automated tools that can do mining's "dirty, dangerous and dull jobs." Greg Baiden has built them and now he is ready to start a mining company to put those robots to work.