Inside the November issue

Mining in Ontario

Looking north for prosperity

A century on, the gold fields of Northern Ontario continue to fuel growth

Taking diamonds from mine to market

Ontario Diamond Sector Unit seeks to bring the province value-added opportunities

Keeping the engine going

Fine-tuning the key to the specialized players of Sudbury's service and supply sector

Featured Mine

Cooperation key

Xstrata’s Nickel Rim South project approaches completion

CIM News

Keeping spirits high

CIM Distinguished Service Medal winner builds up enthusiasm

Developing excellence

The MEMO 2010 Conference will bring exceptional learning and networking opportunities to Sudbury

Mentoring the next generation of industry leaders

The Sudbury Branch has a long tradition of supporting youth

Deep-sea voice

CIM Distinguished Lecturer discusses seafloor massive sulphide deposits


Eye on Business

Modernizing legislation - Proposed changes to the Ontario Mining Act and a new land use regime in the Far North

MAC Economic Commentary

The results are in - The key economic messages of the mining industry

HR Outlook

Training is key – Skills development and the Aboriginal community


A progress report: Recent amendments to NI 43-101


"I Am Responsible"

IAMGOLD Corporation creates a tailor-made sustainability framework

Turning a liability into an asset

Vancouver environmental firm at the source of water treatment advances

Ecology and economics

Emerging technical, environmental and economic challenges confronting the nickel and base metal industries

Building on a strong foundation

Interview with OMA president, Chris Hodgson


Resounding success for "la grande seduction"

1,000 workers needed in James Bay

Cost containment a rising risk for mining companies

A report by Ernst & Young says that the financial crisis and global recession have changed the environment that Canadian players face


Economic Geology

Porphyry deposits (Part 2)

Historical Metallurgy

The beginnings of mineral processing research in Canada (Part 1)

Mining Lore

Private company, public resource

The Inco Triangle archives are home to a rich collection of historically important documents


Editor's letter

The many facets of Ontario mining

President's notes

Students – the future of our industry and our Institute

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