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Application for Convention Travel Fund, designed to help students to offset the cost of travelling to Toronto for the 2015 PDAC Convention, is now available online. As well, PDAC is looking for student volunteers to help run this...

source: PDAC

There is still time to register for APGO's regional networking event in London coming up on November 27, 2014 at the University of Western Ontario. Mr. Robin Goad, P.Geo., President and CEO of Fortune Minerals Limited will be...

source: APGO

Women in Mining Canada is seeking nominations for its annual Trailblazer Award, which recognizes women's contributions to mining. Nominations are open to women who hold Canadian citizenship at the time of their accomplishments and can be awarded posthumously. Nominators...

source: Northern Ontario Business

In a bid to try and push ahead the ill-fated development of the Ring of Fire mining project in northern Ontario, the federal NDP is bringing a well-known Ontario face on board to help. CBC News has learned federal New Democrat Leader Tom...

source: CBC News

The town of Tonopah, NV was the site of just such a fascinating rush at the turn of the 20th century. While many other mines were running dry, Tonopah experienced a surge of activity after the 1900 Jim and Belle Butler Strike near the town. We recently had a chance to visit...

source: Canada.com

The two-year slump in commodity prices may dominate debate at the 2014 Mines Quebec convention in Quebec City, but the 2,000 participants will have their sights firmly set on a market upturn within two years. "Quebec sits on one of the world's great stores of minerals and...

source: Montreal Gazette


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