March/April 2015

This issue's top ten stories

Vale’s modular build at Long Harbour and Kirkland Lake Gold’s turnaround lead our list of most popular reads

Vale Mammoet Big bold build
Vale and Mammoet’s modular approach to the Long Harbour project
Kirkland Lake Excellent recovery
Kirkland Lake Gold finds its feet again
Map of the world with lights Live wire act
No other significant cost factor varies so widely as electricity – internationally, more than 800 per cent variation in the price of electricity from one jurisdiction to another is accepted as normal. So what can miners do to turn such risks into opportunities?
Richard Butler Nicole Petersen
Environmental regulatory liability in the mining sector
Onaping Falls Travel
Sudbury, Ontario
Electricity pylons Electric fence
Miners say power costs limiting investment in the province
Mining skills training program participants Combined forces
A new partnership will jump-start mining contracts for First Nations in northern Ontario
Porgera froth cameras Science in the art of flotation
Froth cameras allow operators to precisely monitor and analyze flotation
Patrick Thoburn
Social media
Mining’s untapped vein
Garry Merkel Magic to be made
Tahltan leader proud to be building a new mining industry
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