Canadian Mining Journal


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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…

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    Mining People

    January 1, 2001 by Canadian Mining Journal Editor

    Toronto-based Boliden Ltd. has appointed Thomas Cederborg as president and CEO and a director of the company. Cederborg, a Swedish national, has more than 20 years of industrial manufacturing experien…

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    Board of Directors

    January 1, 2001 by Canadian Mining Journal Editor

    Aelick, Mr. Ronald*, PresidentInco LimitedOntario DivisionCopper Cliff, ON, P0M 1N0Telephone: (705) 682-5224Fax: (705) 682-6411Chatillon, Mr. Olivier, Vice-President and General ManagerOMYA (Canada…

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    Creating opportunities for the First Nations

    January 1, 2001 by Jane Wernick

    News stories are surfacing regularly of desperate situations in First Nations communities across the country that go well beyond poverty. Local industries can provide an economic injection big enough …

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    Ontario Mining Matters

    January 1, 2001 by Canadian Mining Journal Editor

    Innovative Closure Labour Agreement at Golden GiantIt’s hard to believe, but the Hemlo gold camp in northern Ontario is starting to look to the closure of its mines. Battle Mountain Canada Ltd.’s Gold…

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    Sudbury ’99 Conference Donates Funds to University

    January 1, 2001 by Canadian Mining Journal Editor

    Members of the institutions that organized the Sudbury ’99 Mining and the Environment Conference have made a substantial donation from its proceeds. This international conference, which was held in Su…

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    Facelift for the future

    January 1, 2001 by John Martschuk, Director, Environmental Services-Canada Barrick

    The MacLeod mine has been a landmark at the entry to the town of Geraldton in northwestern Ontario since 1943, when Highway 11, one of the province’s two trans-Canada highways, was completed.When the …

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    The Reincarnat ion of the Red Lake Mine

    October 1, 2000 by Jane Werniuk

    The Red Lake gold mine and mill in Balmertown, northwest Ontario, opened in 1948, and has operated at between 150 and 800 tonnes per day. The mine was closed in June 1996 by a strike that only ended i…

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    News (October 01, 2000)

    October 1, 2000 by Canadian Mining Journal Editor

    The Canadian Industry Program for Energy Conservation (CIPEC) has appointed W. Warren Holmes as the new chair of its executive board. Holmes, who is the senior vice-president, Canadian mining operatio…

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    Mineral Exploration News

    October 1, 2000 by Canadian Mining Journal Editor

    Mineral Resource and Reserve Definitions ApprovedA new set of definitions and guidelines has been approved for reporting exploration information, mineral resources and mineral reserves in Canada. The …