Global Business Reports


Elisa L. Iannacone, Sofia Messina, Ben Cherrington

Ontario Mining 2018 Pre-Release

October 05, 2018

As the global mining industry continues on its path of recovery after a downturn that spanned half a decade, Ontario, as Canada’s largest producer of commodities with C$9.9 billion of mineral production in 2017, is primed to take advantage as optimism returns. However, financing has not flooded back to all sectors of the industry, with cannabis, cryptocurrencies and blockchain dominating the attention of the Canadian stock exchanges. While majors focus on extending mine-life though brownfield expansions, the hunt for new world-class deposits gathers pace, as Toronto-based juniors ramp-up exploration in jurisdictions across the globe. Parallel to this, Ontario has positioned itself at the forefront of mining innovation, as a plethora of SMEs, OEMs, and research organizations spearhead a technological revolution in the march towards the digital mine. 


Manitou Gold is exploring the Goudreau-Lochalsh Deformation Zone and discusses its plans with GBR.
GBR speaks with Marcotte Mining about how technology and innovation must drive the business.
An important story of Yukon’s gold development – the company is building the Eagle Gold mine in Canada’s North.
Mining Plus, which provides technical services around the world, is growing its South American presence.


Bolloré DRC believes it has a key role to play in streamlining cargo flows and securing supply and exit corridors for the country.