CIM Bulletin1926
This year of 1926 marks the 40th. anniversary of nickel mining in Canada. Although the first nickel mine of the Sudbury basin was discovered in 1883, it was not until 1886 that the Canadian Copper Company was organized and actually began to mine copper-nickel ore from the Lady McDonald, Stobie and Evans mines. The intervening years have witnessed some exceedingly interesting nickel history, particularly interesting and gratifying as well to Canadians.
Keywords: Alloys, chromium, Mond Nickel Company, New Caledonia, steel, United States, Development, Developments, metals, nickel, Production, steel, Steels
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