Canadian Mining Journal


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    Committees

    January 1, 2001 by Canadian Mining Journal Editor

    The Association has a number of active committees–Energy, Environmental, Financial Assurance, Taxation, Hoist Plant, Mine Rehabilitation, Mining Rules, Safety and Training and Workers’ Compensation a…

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    Ontario Wins Bronze in Mining Investment Attractiveness

    January 1, 2001 by Canadian Mining Journal Editor

    It takes both favourable geology and favourable public policies to attract investment, and Ontario scores well on both counts. This is according to the Fraser Institute’s fourth annual Survey of Minin…

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    The Major Did It First

    January 1, 2001 by Canadian Mining Journal Editor

    I read your article entitled “A Tale of Two Sisters” [CMJ October 2000, p.5] and am quite dismayed that you did not give credit where it is due.First of all, I would be extremely surprised if Art Whit…

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    Update on Mining and Exploration Activity

    January 1, 2001 by Mary Rocca, Senior Statistics Analyst, Information Services Sect

    The Ontario government continues to reaffirm its commitment to a healthy and vibrant mining industry in the province by creating an investment climate that will ensure and enhance its status as one of…

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    Timmins on the upbeat

    January 1, 2001 by ALBERT LEONARDO, contributor

    The lights in Timmins may not shine as brightly as in Los Angeles or New York. However, they are twinkling now through a sense of renewed optimism.The first mine in the area (the Dome mine) was discov…

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    Free Software to Access, Share and Communicate Earth Science Results

    January 1, 2001 by Canadian Mining Journal Editor

    Toronto-based Geosoft Inc. has released a free version of its Oasis montaj core technology for earth science decision-making. The v5.0 interface is an Internet-enabled software application that gives …

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    The Last Word

    January 1, 2001 by Ron Aelick, Ontario Mining Association chairman and president

    With Christmas behind us and 2001 upon us, it’s a good bet you’ve probably had a number of people wish you a safe and prosperous New Year in recent weeks. In many corners it has become somewhat of a p…

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    Taking care of mining business

    January 1, 2001 by Albert Leonardo, contributor

    Q: What progress has Operation Treasure Hunt made in the staking of new mines?A: It has generated a lot of excitement in the province, particularly in light of the $10-million increase in the budget, …

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    D is for Demanding

    January 1, 2001 by Marilyn Scales

    Excitement surrounds new deep mine development at KiddExcitement is growing in Timmins, Ont. The world’s deepest base metal mine is under development by Falconbridge Ltd.’s Kidd Mining Division. Its c…

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    Member companies

    January 1, 2001 by Canadian Mining Journal Editor

    Agnico-Eagle Mines Limited, Suite 2302, 401 Bay Street, P.O. Box 102, Toronto, ON, M5H 2Y4, Tel: (416) 947-1212, Fax: (416) 367-4861Agrium Inc., Kapuskasing Phosphate Operations, 100 Government Road, …

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    Premier offers support for mining sector

    January 1, 2001 by Canadian Mining Journal Editor

    Ontario Premier Michael Harris was on hand at the “Meet the Miners” reception held in April 2000, to offer his congratulations to the winners of the John T. Ryan Regional Safety Trophy. The Premier’s …

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    Staff and services (January 01, 2001)

    January 1, 2001 by Canadian Mining Journal Editor

    The Ontario Mining Association (OMA), founded in 1920, represents companies engaged in the environmentally responsible exploration, production and processing of minerals in the province. While most mi…