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Volume 17 No. 7

November 2022

Tailings management has been brought to the forefront of the industry, but much remains to be done to ensure future disasters are prevented | Assaying in the fast lane | Net-Zero Challenge: At the turning point

Volume 17 No. 6

September-October 2022

A promising future in la belle province—While gold continues to shine, explorers are drawn to new frontiers and the potential for battery metals
Greenstone builds on a good-neighbour philosophy—Partnerships were formed and local community buy-in was obtained before construction of the gold mine could begin
Planning for anything—Enterprise resource planning software is finding its home in the mining industry as a flexible way to manage operations  

Volume 17 No. 5

August 2022

FEATURE: With the global population rising, geopolitical tensions high and climate change affecting agriculture around the world, potash is in demand – a demand that is expected to keep growing 

PROJECT PROFILE: Kamoa-Kakula is well on its way to making Ivanhoe Mines one of the biggest copper producers in the world 

TECHNOLOGY: To keep the surrounding environment safe, miners are turning to the newest innovations in water management 

Volume 17 No. 4

June/July 2022

CIM Magazine’s 2022 Names to Know
New technologies born from electrification have begun to upend how mines think about ore haulage
Miners are being challenged to improve processing energy efficiency on all possible fronts

Volume 17 No. 3

May 2022

The new Atlantic Canada exploration boom | A new way to drill | Project profile: Kombat Mine

Volume 17 No. 2

March/April 2022

End-to-end integration
Turning data into action
Project Profile: Orla Mining’s Camino Rojo gold oxide mine

Volume 17 No. 1

February 2022

Market upswing: 2022 looks bright for juniors that can capture the attention of both new investors and traditional players
Compass Minerals prepares the Goderich underground salt mine for the next century of mining
Net-zero challenge: Mining companies need to put aside any uncertainties and start reducing carbon emissions today

Volume 16 No. 8

December 2021/January 2022

Feature—An energized future: To combat climate change and to assuage investors, mining and exploration companies are taking strides to deploy alternatives to traditional fossil fuels to power their operations
Project Profile—Copper Mountain Mining Corporation looks to boost production while lowering GHG emissions and advancing progressive reclamation activities at its flagship mine in B.C.

Volume 16 No. 7

November 2021

International disputes: Companies that mine or explore in foreign jurisdictions are increasingly finding themselves at odds with their host nations

Reviving New Britannia: By upgrading an old mill and further developing the Lalor mine, Hudbay is determined to get the most out of Snow Lake’s gold

PLUS: Next Steps for mining students—Graduate school, certificate programs and other venues lead to professional growth and new career paths