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These are exciting times for our industry. We are currently in the midst of a technological and ESG revolution that is changing […]
These are exciting times for our industry. We are currently in the midst of a technological and ESG revolution that is changing the way we mine while raising our operational and reporting standards. At the same time, we are poised for a massive rebound once the COVID-19 virus is subdued. Many financial analysts say we are on the cusp of anther commodities super-cycle as the world transitions to a green economy, a transition that will be fuelled by the minerals we extract. With all that is happening, it is essential to stay connected and informed from a trusted source. You can have confidence in the information Canadian Mining Journal publishes. We’ve been in continuous publication since 1882, a testament to our readers’ faith in us. And we have recently strengthened our reporting, adding resources from The Northern Miner, MINING.com and proprietary data from Costmine and Mining Intelligence. As the pandemic restrictions lurch into year two, we ask our current print subscribers to redirect your office subscription to your home-office address, or change to the Digital Edition. To change your delivery option, or to become a new subscriber, just click on the link below. Select the “Digital Only” option if you do not want the print version. www.CanadianMiningJournal.com/Subscribe Canadian residents who work in, or are aligned to the mining sector, receive the print edition for free. We do charge non-Canadian subscribers for the print edition. There is no charge for the Digital Edition. Despite the disruptions of the pandemic, CMJ has continued to publish 10 print editions a year.  Also sign up for our Daily Newsletter, follow us on Twitter @Cdn_Mining_Jrnl and LinkedIn https://ca.linkedin.com/company/canadian-mining-journal. Lastly, if there is any topic you would like to see us cover, send an email to the editors at [email protected], or the publisher, Robert Seagraves at [email protected].  

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