Editions

Volume 15 No. 7

November 2020

The blast felt around the world: The fallout from the decision to expand a Pilbara iron mine at the expense of an Indigenous People’s heritage site offers the opportunity to re-examine just what is free, prior and informed consent

Volume 15 No. 6

October 2020

COVID-19 breeds creativity: The pandemic has engineers adopting new approaches and technologies to deliver services to miners

 



Volume 15 No. 5

August/September 2020

Innovation acceleration: COVID-19 and today’s new business realities spark activity at mining innovation hubs

Renaissance in Red Lake: A rich database with over a million metres of drill results, and a new geological model gave PureGold confidence to build its mine in Red Lake, Ontario

Volume 15 No. 4

July 2020

Names to Know 2020: The people bringing new strategies, new technologies and new perspectives to the mining industry

Volume 15 No. 3

May/June 2020

FEATURE: Zeroing in on carbon
As miners commit to reducing their carbon footprints, the scope of that commitment continues to grow
PLUS: The elements of hydrogen-powered mining | High-efficiency gensets, fuel flexibility and smart load-shedding help cut diesel needs at Agnico Eagle’s Meliadine cogeneration plant

Volume 15 No. 2

March/April 2020

The drive to an underground electric mine
Weathering climate change
A giant reclamation project

Volume 15 No. 1

February 2020

Has sustainability reporting become unsustainable?
Alamos Gold drew on both cutting-edge robotics and an innovation from the 1800s to add more life to its Young-Davidson mine
Looking back at the year in mining M&A

Volume 14 No. 8

December 2019/January 2020

B.C. exploration on the rise

The Muckahi method being tested at Torex Gold’s operation takes mining from single track to two-lane highway

The future of mining

Volume 14 No. 7

November 2019

Water pressure: Essential for mineral processing, water has long been undervalued and in some locations is becoming increasingly scarce. So how can operations respond?
Safety share: Battery electric vehicle manufacturers detail the safety considerations for the next generation of underground equipment