Sweet success

Virginia Heffernan

The team at Harte Gold is taking a staged approach to bring its Sugar Zone operation to full production

Is Canada losing the exploration game?

Virginia Heffernan

Global exploration spending is increasing, but Canada’s share of the spending pie has declined over the past decade. So what can the country do to reassure investors and coax more of that money to the Great White North?

A legacy project in progress

Robert Hiltz

The completion of a $1-billion retrofit at the Sudbury smelter begins a new era and spells the end of a local landmark

In deep and on track

Kelsey Rolfe

To access the gold far below the surface at its Goldex mine without spending a mint, Agnico Eagle gave an innovative haulage system the opportunity to prove its worth

The gold hound

Virginia Heffernan

Sherry Dunsworth’s keen eye for detail led to Marathon Gold’s flagship gold mine in Newfoundland

The trained eye

Virginia Heffernan

Don Taylor’s entrepreneurial spirit led him to discover one of the largest lead-zinc deposits in the world

Six strategies for cutting political risk in mining projects

Mining companies now must put more equity into projects in risky countries. While there is no silver bullet, Mauro Chiesa provides some strategies to mitigate risk.

How do we fill the skills gap?

The mining industry has long known about the imminent skills shortage it is facing. Now it’s time to update the discussion and focus on creative solutions.