Canadian Mining Journal

  • Feature

    North America’s disrupted equilibrium

    December 1, 2018 by Alisha Hiyate

    The new world trade reality

  • News

    TNM Editorial: Worries of lithium oversupply dog market

    September 18, 2018 by Canadian Mining Journal

    There’s no better example of how unhinged the junior mining market can get than the last few releases in August from Toronto-based Desert Lion Energy in relation to its assets in Namibia. Desert Lion proudly describes itself as a “lithium

  • Feature

    An electrifying proposition

    September 1, 2018 by Alisha Hiyate

    Battery powered vehicles at the forefront of innovation

  • Feature

    Challenges multiply for miners

    June 1, 2018 by Alisha Hiyate

    I find the mining industry fascinating, but I have to say, I don’t envy mining CEOs. The pressures on miners right now are enormous. As laid out in the plenary session entitled “Thinking Differently: A Modern Approach to Mining” at

  • Feature

    Beyond the Big Nickel

    February 1, 2018 by Alisha Hiyate

    Sudbury’s mining service sector employs 10,000.

  • In 2018, the pressure’s on

    January 1, 2018 by Alisha Hiyate

    Don’t overlook the demands of responsible mine closure

  • Feature

    A tempered celebration of the Top 40

    August 1, 2017 by Alisha Hiyate

    A tempered celebration of the Top 40.

  • Feature

    Keeping moving parts … moving

    October 1, 2016 by Russell Noble

    Mechanically minded is a term that is commonly used to describe someone with an interest in tinkering with mechanical devices. It’s basically an interest in moving parts. But unlike the other minded people in today’s society, namely the closed variety,

  • Feature

    A non-stop pace & place

    September 1, 2016 by Russell Noble

    When MINExpo, that indescribably large mining equipment show in Las Vegas, hits my calendar every four years, I get mixed emotions about attending because I’ve been to the city more than 30 times over my career, and quite honestly, I’m

  • Feature

    Old news is still new to some

    August 1, 2016 by Russell Noble

    The last thing I write before the deadline of every issue is my Editorial. Not because I’m saving my words of observation to the very last minute for research purposes, or anything like that; it’s usually because I often find

  • Feature

    That’s not the way I would have done it

    May 1, 2016 by Russell Noble

    Occasionally I find there are too many topics worthy of discussion here because, as you all know, just about everything that happens in the day-to-day business world has an impact on mining. It doesn’t matter if it’s political, financial, or

  • Feature

    “No work” is the least of our worries

    January 1, 2016 by Russell Noble

    Now that we’re heading into what forecasters say will be another dismal year, it’s hard to get excited about the months ahead knowing we’re going to continue hearing more about layoffs, care and maintenance, and worst of all, outright closures