Inside the June/July issue

Supply Chain


Close coordination and streamlining can reduce maintenance costs and minimize downtime

Featured Mine

Big and getting bigger

Taseko Mines ramps up the expansion of its Gibraltar project on time and on budget


Leading from the tailing end

Iron Ore Company of Canada earns sustainable development award

Taking the pulse of the mining industry

A Bedford Group survey finds cautious optimism among industry leaders around the world

Centre for Welding and Joining to open in the fall

University of Alberta names chair of new centre

CIM News

CIM Montreal Branch gets energized

CIM Distinguished Lecturer Gord Winkel delivers on innovation

Standardizing standards

CIM Distinguished Lecturer Clifford Stanley is passionate about raising the bar

Where everybody knows your name

One of CIM’s most active branches is also one of its friendliest and warmest

A force of nature

A conversation with CIM past president René Dufour, winner of the Vale Inco Medal


Economic Geology

Butte, Montana (Part 3)

Historical Metallurgy

The Canadian gold rush


A cartographer with a difference

A Sudbury-based company develops a robotic system to create 3D maps of mine tunnels

Leaving no rock unturned

PDAC workshop provides practical training to future geologists

From the mine site to Mars and back

Technical session highlights what the mining and space exploration sectors offer one another

No smoke for this fire

Clean-burning incinerators are helping mine


Eye on Business

Court blocks hostile takeover bid: The risks of misuse of confidential technical information

HR Outlook

Match-making: Aboriginal Peoples and the mining sector

MAC Economic Commentary

Industry issues and priorities: A discussion with Gord Peeling

Mining Lore

George, Charley and Jim

The unlikely friendship behind the Klondike Gold Rush


Editor's letter

President's notes

A time of renewal

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