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"On behalf of the Council of the Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario (APGO), staff and volunteers, it is with honour and a strong sense of accomplishment that I am presenting to you the Annual Report 2017 for the APGO. This report integrates the audited...

source: APGO

In the next 10 years, there will be a need for 2,819 workers locally in the mining industry. The statistic is just one of the findings of the Far Northeast Training Board's mining sector employment and hiring forecast.

source: Timmins Today

Big news for the mining giant Vale, which has operations in Sudbury. The company is investing $2 billion to open a new underground mine in Labrador.

source: CTV Northern Ontario

When bacteria and viruses get into well water and make people sick, often the contamination comes after heavy rain or flooding. In 2000, more than 2,300 people in Walkerton, Ontario, got sick when, after unusually heavy rains. E. coli bacteria found their way to drinking...

source: R&D Magazine

The Sudbury Basin is Ontario's metallic equivalent to the Alberta oils sands without the massive open pits as most of the mines historically have been underground. For 135 years, the region's unique polymetallic ore-bodies have produced nickel, copper and significant quantities...

source: The Sudbury Star

Geochemistry analysis of fossil sediment injection structures off the New Zealand coast in February and March reveal no presence of modern day expulsions of methane gas, a potential contributor to global "greenhouse effect" warming.

source: Naval Research Laboratory via ScienceDaily


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