Sudbury becomes a major nickel producer

Ailbhe Goodbody

In this edition of Mining the Archives, we examine the development of Sudbury as a Canadian nickel hub, which later became an example of how pollution-impacted lands can be reclaimed successfully

A spotlight on slope monitoring

Catherine Hercus

Innovations in data collection and analysis are giving operators a clearer picture of slope stability in open-pit mines

A triumph for agnostic autonomous haulage

Mehanaz Yakub

Following nearly two years of testing its autonomous haulage system at the Roy Hill iron ore mine, ASI Mining is ready to deploy its agnostic AHS technology to any mine fleet in the world

Screen time

Tijana Mitrovic

Efficiency, uptime and optimization is the focus of companies offering a wide range of screening technologies

Doubling down

Ailbhe Goodbody

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

Sprayed support

Ailbhe Goodbody

Efficiency and emissions reductions among the gains from the evolving technology for shotcrete and the equipment designed to apply it