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The Mineral Sector in Northwestern Ontario; An Economic Driver
Northwestern Ontario Mines produced $1.81 Billion of metallic minerals in 2013; that number is expected to grow annually over the next decade.
Current production from existing mines is one million ounces of gold annually. Twenty-five million ounces of new gold resources have been discovered in Northwestern Ontario.
View our Brochure Adobe PDF, 8 pages, 872 KB
Mines and Major Mineral Exploration - Projects in Northwestern Ontario - Map Adobe PDF, 1 page, 229 KB
Looking for employment in Thunder Bay in the Mining and Mineral Exploration sector? Check out our weekly updated page for current job postings in your field.
The City of Thunder Bay, together with Fort William First Nation (FWFN) and the Thunder Bay Community Economic Development Commission (CEDC) has initiated a Mining Readiness Strategy to address and strategically plan for growth in Thunder Bay and the Northwestern Ontario Region. The Strategy is a major step forward to help guide all of Northwestern Ontario in capitalizing on the many opportunities that mining development is expected to bring to the Region. Visit the Thunder Bay Mining Readiness Strategy website for more information.
THUNDER BAY – MINING SECTOR – GOODS & SERVICES DIRECTORY
The directory provides access to information on a variety of companies based in the Thunder Bay census metropolitan area (CMA) that supplies goods and services to the sector. The directory provides comprehensive contact information for the companies, interactive maps and is web linked (where available) to corporate websites.
Please register if you would like to add your company’s information to the directory.
Mining in Northwestern Ontario: Opportunities and Challenges
This comprehensive study of nine mining projects that are currently underway in Northwestern Ontario predicts these mines will yield $136 billion in mined product and provide 13,149 jobs to Northwestern Ontarians. The study was commissioned by Ambassadors Northwest and conducted by a group comprised of University and College professors led by Bahram Dadgostar, Ph.D.
The report aimes to provide Government, Aboriginal peoples, industry stakeholders and community leaders with an estimate of the potential economic, employment and revenue benefits, along with challenges related to relationship and partnership building, labour market dynamics and rail, road and electrical infrastructure.
|Mines & Mineral Exploration, Northwest Ontario - Fall 2014|
|Ring of Fire Exploration||Adobe PDF, 1 page, 1.67 MB|
|Chromite Mineralization and Exploration in Ontario||Adobe PDF, 2 pages, 168 KB|
|Custom Labour Market Report - Thunder Bay District Mining Industry||Adobe PDF, 34 pages, 734 KB|
Visit the Ministry of Northern Development and Mines website for the Ontario Mining & Exploration Directory 2015
Thunder Bay is situated on the Trans-Canada Highway, and the Ontario/Minnesota border crossing is less than one hour south of the city. The city has ready access to Canadian National Railway and Canadian Pacific Railway rail lines. Thunder Bay is a one- or two-hour flight from major centres in Canada and the United States. The Port of Thunder Bay on Lake Superior is at the head of an important transportation link through the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence Seaway to destinations within Canada, the United States and internationally.