Technology

All in for electric

Robert Hiltz

Nouveau Monde Graphite's all-electric graphite mine in Quebec is closer to reality, as the company now has both a feasibility study and an offtake agreement for its Matawinie project

Safety gear gets smarter

Robert Hiltz

An array of sensors and technologies is giving miners a virtual shield to protect them underground

Efficiency gains

Kylie Williams

Replacing conventional flotation cells with modern Jameson Cells made for a smaller footprint and lower operating costs at Glencore’s Mount Isa mine

Small but sturdy

Matthew Parizot

Caterpillar's new MD6200 is its smallest and most transportable rotary drill to date

Seeing is understanding

Alexandra Lopez-Pacheco

BGC Engineering’s augmented reality software is helping the government bridge the communication gap in community consultations for the Giant Mine Remediation Project

Customized comminution

Kylie Williams

Malcolm Powell and Lawrence Nordell teamed up to fill a void in comminution: efficient mill liners

Could in-situ mining replace traditional mining of certain metals?

Doris Hiam-Galvez of Hatch is leading the company’s effort to apply in-situ mining to Canadian deposits

Faster gas detection

Dräger aims to ensure fast, accurate and easy-to-understand gas detection with the new series of PAC devices

Handheld tech for elemental analysis in the field

Don Sackett doesn't know his minerals. He'll be the first to tell you. But he does know a lot about building handheld instrumentation to help those who do know minerals identify them in the field.