Two industries at a crossroads

Kelsey Rolfe

The formalization of artisanal and small-scale mining may be necessary to help meet global demand for critical mineral

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Cretaceous excavation

Ailbhe Goodbody

In recent years, mining operations in the oil sands of northeastern Alberta have uncovered fossils of 13 marine reptiles and one dinosaur from the early Cretaceous Period; it is Donald Henderson’s job to recover these finds


Doubling down

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Alamos Gold is aiming to turn its Island Gold mine in Ontario into one of the lowest cost and most profitable gold mines in Canada by 2026


Intention in action

Ailbhe Goodbody

Stantec’s Lee Ann Malley is championing neuro-inclusion and safety in the workplace


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New emissions guidance

Kelsey Rolfe

ICMM releases best practices for Scope 3 greenhouse gas emissions

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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. 

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