Mining in Northwestern Ontario

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Talking mining at Fort William Historical Park, Frank Pullia and Barbara Elinesky
Talking mining at Fort William Historical Park, Frank Pullia and Barbara Elinesky

Talking Mining in Northern Ontario

THUNDER BAY – What is the real story on mining in Northwestern Ontario? Barbara Courte Elinesky talks about the state of mining in the region with Frank Pullia.

The discussion ranges from the Ring of Fire, the price of gold, the infrastructure issues for mining in the north, the Far North Act, and the future of training for new miners.

Talking mining at Fort William Historical Park, Frank Pullia and Barbara Elinesky
Talking mining at Fort William Historical Park, Frank Pullia and Barbara Elinesky

The scope of mining activities in the region is down according to Elinesky, who works with Women in Mining and has her own company in mining.

Getting ready for the boom

Mining impacts our lives. “We need mining,” states Elinesky. “I believe that Northwestern Ontario will lead the way to get Ontario our of our current deficit”.

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