The PDAC awarded Peter Moses with the 2017 Skookum Jim Award for his exceptional service educating Aboriginal communities on mining opportunities.by Jillian Clark
Producing more than $10 billion worth of minerals per year, Ontario has a distinct presence in the mining community. This province has experienced a number of gold rushes and mineral discoveries in its history, and has a wealth of potential for the future as well. Northern Ontario is known for its metallic minerals—including gold, platinum, copper and zinc—while southern Ontario produces a plentiful supply of non-metallic minerals, such as lime, salt and gypsum.
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Seneca's major expansion at King Campus got a huge boost with the announcement of a $3-million donation from Magna International.
The Energy and Mines World Congress will be held in Toronto, ON on November 21 - 22.
Funding is the largest single investment in Laurentian University's history.
Laurentian's Department of Earth Sciences will now be known as the Harquail School of Earth Sciences
The Energy and Mines World Congress Summit will be held in Toronto on November 21-22, 2016
Following the resignation of George Ogilvie, Kirkland Lake Gold Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Tony Makuch as the new CEO of the company.
Nanticoke Generating Station—former serial emitter of greenhouse gasses will be converted to a 44-megawatt solar panel farm.by Peter Caulfield