Canadian Mining Journal


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    Water rising to the top of the mining agenda

    June 1, 2017 by Sander Grieve

      In an era of social licence, business is driven to think and care about other factors along the way to the creation of value. Mining has for years been increasingly focused on obtaining social licence through community development, impact

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    New resettlement guidance and good practice guide released

    June 1, 2017 by Michael Torrance

    The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has issued new guidance on resettlement best practices, including as applicable in the mining sector. The guide sets out the process by which clients of the EBRD can fulfil their obligations under

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    Turning reclaimed mines into renewable power sources

    June 1, 2017 by Sean Gunton and Meghan Harris-Ngae

    At the end of a mine’s operational life, mining companies face the challenge and cost of reclaiming the site. But unused sites don’t have to be a cost centre. In fact, there is opportunity to elevate a mine’s environmental status

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    June/July 2017

    June 1, 2017 by Canadian Mining Journal

    This month’s cover provide by Nuna Logistics.

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    Getting to CMIC’s zero waste vision

    May 1, 2017 by Alisha Hiyate

    As executive director of the Canada Mining Innovation Council (CMIC), Carl Weatherell has a lot of conversations with people in the industry about innovation. But those conversations often have to start by defining terms – specifically by distinguishing innovation from

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    The next frontier is harnessing artificial intelligence to revolutionize mining

    May 1, 2017 by David Godkin

    The technology is IBM’s Watson cognitive analytics, known more colloquially as artificial intelligence or AI and soon to be applied to Goldcorp’s Red Lake mine in Ontario. There, Watson will ingest, analyze and synthesize massive amounts of complex geological and

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    Water treatment optimization through innovation

    May 1, 2017 by Chris Biederman

    Water is an integral part of mining. Without ready access to water, ore processing and mineral production becomes prohibitively expensive, or is altogether not possible. Even when water is readily available, stakeholders expect that water will be used efficiently and

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    Dundee brings its underground WiFi to market with Terrative Digital Solutions

    May 1, 2017 by Alisha Hiyate

    When Mark Gelsomini, an IT professional with a background in computer engineering, joined Dundee Precious Metals in 2009, it was during the market turmoil of the financial crisis. “Gold prices were dropping, the housing market was dropping, the U.S. was

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    Rajant tackles mining’s big communications challenges

    May 1, 2017 by Canadian Mining Journal

    When Rajant sold its first wireless communications equipment in the mining sector in 2005, it was to Rio Tinto’s Bingham copper mine, in Utah. As Todd Rigby, Rajant’s director of sales notes, the open-pit mine is both very large and

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    What the wearables era will mean for mining

    May 1, 2017 by Jergen Beier.

    It started with the arrival of personal computers, which changed our lives significantly, both at home and at work. Then, along came the internet to connect us in ways we’d never before imagined. In the last decade, the mobile revolution

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    RCT brings automation to underground haul trucks

    May 1, 2017 by Canadian Mining Journal

    Over the past several years, mining companies have been looking harder for ways to improve efficiencies. Now, the focus has shifted towards the implementation of technology and automation to increase productivity, profitability and safety. Automation is now the buzz word

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    How to avoid the cost and risk of a jammed crusher

    May 1, 2017 by How to avoid the cost and risk of a jammed crusher

    A foreign object, such as a broken shovel tooth, jamming a crusher presents serious safety issues for any mine. Such incidents can lead to expensive equipment damage and lengthy periods of downtime, bringing operations to a standstill. With the clock