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Ontario supporting mining innovation in Kenora

Ontario is diversifying the Northern economy and helping create good new jobs for people in the North by supporting innovation at a mining company near Kenora.

Five things to know about the Fort Hills oilsands mining project

Later this year, the oilpatch will mark the opening of the Fort Hills mine, adding to the 30 oilsands projects in operation.

As Canada's first oilsands mine nears 50 year mark, site a contrast of old, new

Nearly 50 years after the opening of Canada's first major oilsands mine, the site on the banks of Alberta's Athabasca River is an epicentre of energy, teeming with bustling workers amid signs of its pioneering past and cutting-edge future.

Impact of digitization to drive the connected fleet market

Register for a free Frost & Sullivan webinar to learn about new revenue opportunities in the connected truck market opened up by digital transformation.

Urethane parts: 5 factors to consider

As a solution to some of today’s complex design challenges, engineers are turning to high-performance polyurethane elastomers. These tough, elastic materials retain their original shape for a long service life, while offering a number of unique properties and capabilities. Here are five key points that make a strong case for why urethane is providing the flexibility needed to produce cost-effective parts that meet demanding design specifications. » Read full article

Lightweight, air impact wrench

The new lightweight half-inch Air Impact Wrench from Snap-on Industrial features a balanced ergonomic design and cushion grip handle for continuous comfortable use. » Read full article

Leica iCON excavate systems now support SVAB MACS control system

Leica Geosystems, industry leader in measurement technology, announced its iCON excavate machine control solutions now support tilt rotator control systems manufactured by SVAB, a developer of ergonomic and user-friendly control systems. » Read full article

Spray nozzles for evaporative cooling

Vortec introduces Spray Nozzles for ultra-fine droplet-sized sprays ideal for evaporative cooling. Superior to conventional hydraulic and piezoelectric nozzles, spray nozzles atomize the liquid stream by high velocity compressed air to create a range of 20-200 micron-size spray droplets, resulting in greater surface coverage than conventional nozzles. » Read full article

MEMO 2017

Date: September 24 – 26, 2017
Location: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
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MainTrain 2017

Date: September 25 - 28, 2017
Location: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
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Xplor – The Annual Mining Event in Quebec

Date: October 18 - 19, 2017
Location: Montreal, Quebec
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