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Hope Bay Gold Mine, Nunavut

The Hope Bay gold mine is located approximately 685km northeast of Yellow Knife and 125km south-west of Cambridge bay, in the western Nunavut territory of Canada, one of the top ten gold producing countries.

Timeline: how Australian mining reacted during Covid-19

From Australia’s Government declaring mining work as essential to the nation’s Minerals Council issuing a roadmap to post-Covid-19 recovery of one of the country’s biggest industries, we chart the impact of the coronavirus on Australian mining.

Vista Coal Mine Project, Alberta

Coalspur's Vista coal project is located near Hinton in Alberta, Canada. It is one of the largest undeveloped coal mines in North America.

G&G Mining Unveils ROPS/FOPS Haul Truck Operator Safety Solution

At G&G Mining, safety always comes first, whether this is our staff, customers, their staff or our suppliers. So, when G&G was approached by a highly valued client with a very specific issue the result was the industry's newest solution to modified CAT 793D Truck chassis.

Liquid Gold: How Ausroad is Using Water to Pave the Way Forward In Mine OHS

Mining has always presented occupational hazards such as dust inhalation, hearing damage, heatstroke, chemical hazards and earth collapses. But in recent years, these problems have placed a greater financial strain on the mine site, and more emotional and physical harm to those who work there. And these issues aren’t just short-term. 

Mines on hold due to Covid-19 drop below 100 as lockdowns end

As mines were permitted to return to operation in Mexico and then Liberia in early June, the number of mines on hold due to COVID-19, and ensuing lockdowns or company measures, fell to 94 as of 12 June, having been 3,614 at the end of March. The largest share of these were in North America, followed by Europe and Africa, with just six in Asia-Pacific and Oceania combined.

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