The untapped talent pool

Rosalind Stefanac

Neurodivergent employees bring new skills and perspectives to the mining sector

Top Stories


Turning data into action

Matthew Parizot

The data-collection capabilities of modern mines have never been higher, and new big data technologies are putting them to good use by reducing failures and improving efficiency


Reaching out for talent

Kelsey Rolfe

Mining companies are having to promote themselves, and compete with other industries, in the hunt for employees with high-tech skills


May 19, 2022

New reclamation requirements for B.C. mines

Matthew Parizot

Mines at the beginning and end of their lives will now be required to pay more of their reclamation costs up front under a new interim policy in British Columbia

Most Popular


Break the Code, Not the Rock: Computed Tomography for Potash

Sponsored by CIM Magazine and Saskatchewan Research Council

X-ray computed tomography (CT) scanning is a non-destructive technique that reveals detailed 3-D structures that cannot be identified by visualization or 2-D X-ray radiography. 

Ⓒ 2016 - Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum. All Rights Reserved