The numbers are in. Hecla Mining’s efforts to improve safety, efficiency and productivity at the Casa Berardi gold mine are paying off
Profit recovery is a more useful and direct way to measure performance, says Brent Hilscher of Sacre-Davey Engineering
Creating a simulation, or “digital twin,” of a plant or piece of equipment can help operators prepare for any eventuality
Diane Cameron of Natural Resources Canada discusses the potential of small modular nuclear reactors in Canada
Canada’s National Research Council set out to develop low cost instrumented rock bolts. The technology is now being tested by a major miner.
Teck Resources reuses old tires to build mechanically stabilized earth walls at Highland Valley Copper
Greg Dipple of UBC has discovered that certain mine tailings can be used for carbon sequestration, and the implications could be enormous
Canadian teams Tahoe Canada and Diamonds in the Rough receive special diploma prizes at International Mines Rescue Competition
Wastewater from oil wells eyed as a new source of lithium thanks to MGX Minerals’ new extraction system
A digital replica of a mineral processing plant won't recover any metals on its own, but it is an essential element to optimizing operations using the latest technologies available. Sohail Nazari of Andritz explains
"We need to start moving away from empirical systems to quantified engineering principles, given the level of uncertainty we have in our industry."