The Canadian Mining Hall of Fame recognizes outstanding achievement in the mining industry, celebrates individual leadership and aims to inspire future generations in mining.

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#FeatureFriday: Roman Shklanka’s geological prowess, economics training and ability to process huge amounts of data… https://t.co/wZkAmPeAji
20 September 2019
#TBT: In 2014, we welcomed the brilliant Kate Rice into the CMHF. “No woman needs to hesitate about entering the mi… https://t.co/OIuKLnbQhe
19 September 2019
Did you know you can visit the Canadian Mining Hall of Fame at one of our interactive exhibits, located at the… https://t.co/mnV8fY0IDy
18 September 2019
#FeatureFriday: Kulan’s contributions extended beyond his beloved Yukon and set a fine example for the industry. https://t.co/jqjCekPf7e
13 September 2019
#FeatureFriday: Inducted in 2005, Alan Kulan was credited with the discovery of several sizeable lead-zinc-silver d… https://t.co/PLxsjC0WOs
13 September 2019
#TBT: Watch the special edition of The @NorthernMiner Hall of Fame Series featuring our member Bernard Michel. https://t.co/IYuh7h6ccJ
12 September 2019
Over 30 years ago, the Canadian Mining Hall of Fame was established to celebrate the individual leaders among us. F… https://t.co/13a1CTc6GJ
10 September 2019
#FeatureFriday: Inducted in 2001, Marsh Cooper’s contribution to mining continued after his retirement. He continue… https://t.co/7tcF27dhpR
06 September 2019
Read @NorthOntarioBiz’s profile of 2019 Inductee Dr. James Franklin, who is an adjunct professor at @laurentianu an… https://t.co/Z3hiAX83N3
03 September 2019
#FeatureFriday: Inducted in 1995, Egil Lorntzsen was prompted to pursue a prospecting career due the scarcity of jo… https://t.co/KH3tq7biKi
30 August 2019