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#FeatureFriday: “To be a successful mine finder,” he said, “one must have determination, knowledge, tenacity, a rug… https://t.co/WCf8HCxb4R
23 August 2019
#FeatureFriday: Inducted in 1989, Thayer Lindsley has been described as the greatest mine finder of all time.
23 August 2019
#TBT: Nice click of our incoming MC Anthony Vaccaro along with the esteemed Pierre Lassonde, who led our Induction… https://t.co/ECYlDvARCs
22 August 2019
James Kwantes writes about the Klondike Gold Rush through 12 exciting stories, including The Discovery story about… https://t.co/zXKuf96ZDJ
20 August 2019
#FeatureFriday: He is also remembered as a man of sterling character, “who loved science for its own sake, and the… https://t.co/GlkHHESI08
16 August 2019
#FeatureFriday: Willet Green Miller was an important figure in the mining industry. Miller’s place in Canadian mini… https://t.co/EGUZWVBWz3
16 August 2019
#TBT: At the 2019 Sprott Natural Resource Symposium, our CMHF Member Ross Beaty shared some thoughts on what makes… https://t.co/ElPWSFJJUs
15 August 2019
#ICYMI: In our Member’s Minute video, Jim Gill gave valuable advice to aspiring entrepreneurs. Catch up on the whol… https://t.co/A1de2e1Opk
13 August 2019
#FeatureFriday: Dufresne was responsible for the training of Quebec’s first mining, geological and metallurgical en… https://t.co/Cczq6z0Mwa
09 August 2019
#FeatureFriday: Inducted in 1992, A.O. Dufresne devoted his 45-year professional career to Quebec’s department of mines.
09 August 2019