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Volume 19 No. 3

May 2024

Names to Know 2024

Pan American Silver's La Colorada mine

Blasting and fragmentation technologies

PLUS Mining and Mental Health

Volume 19 No. 2

March/April 2024

FEATURE: The glory in closing a mine

A restart 15 years in the making: McClean Lake uranium mine in Saskatchewan

The future of development drilling
Mining and Mental Health

Volume 19 No. 1

February 2024

Border control: The last few years has pushed a new wave of resource nationalism, and it is likely to grow as global demand for critical minerals continues to push countries to protect their supplies
Project Profile: Mosaic’s Esterhazy potash complex
New series: Mining and Mental Health

Volume 18 No. 8

December 2023/January 2024

The final mining frontiers:  From the deep sea to space, new frontiers with vast mineral resources are opening up

Volume 18 No. 7

November 2023

The Australian Wave: Canada’s rich mineral deposits and generous critical minerals incentives are attracting Australia-based companies, fostering collaboration between the two nations to secure a reliable supply of commodities needed for the energy transition

Volume 18 No. 6

September/October 2023

Two industries at a crossroads—The formalization of artisanal and small-scale mining may be necessary to help meet global demand for critical minerals
Cluff Lake rebirth—Orano Canada spent 21 years decommissioning and reclaiming its Saskatchewan uranium project—almost as long as the 22 years the mine was in operation
Screen time—Efficiency, uptime and optimization is the focus of companies offering a wide range of screening technologies

Volume 18 No. 5

August 2023


FEATURE: A new era is dawning for mining in Canada’s Prairie provinces

PROJECT PROFILE: 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

TECHNOLOGY: Asset monitoring solutions are leveraging real-time data points for smarter maintenance spending and reduced downtime

Volume 18 No. 4

June/July 2023

Names to know 2023
Each year, we profile people who in some way are influencing the Canadian and international mining industry, whether through technical innovation, academic inquiry, community engagement or jurisprudence. Together, they are CIM Magazine’s 2023 Names to Know.

Volume 18 No. 3

May 2023

FEATURE: Several cutting-edge research projects aimed at advancing the mining industry are under way across the province of Ontario
PROJECT PROFILE: Fortuna Silver Mines’ Séguéla starts low-cost high-grade operation while exploration continues to strike gold
CIM 125: Insights, excerpts and curiosities from the archives of CIM