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Underground Hard Rock Mine Tour of Vale Chasm in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
Pierre Repooc Productions - URL:http://www.youtube.com/c/PierreRepooc Part of the Science North interactive museum complex in Sudbury, Ontario, a separate museum called Dynamic Earth includes this teaching tour of hard rock mining for nickel and copper. Located seven stories below the surface, this "hard rock mine" is a teaching experience and explains the mining methods used to extract nickel and copper from the hard rock of the Sudbury Nickel Basin, by explaining the mining methods of the 1890's, 1950's and the present day. I personally have been to the bottom of the Creighton Mine, a currently active nickel mine in Sudbury, Ontario and I must say that this tour experience is about as close to real hard rock mining as you are likely to get. Music - "Afrola" by Bird Creek
Sudbury Nickel Mine
We were underground as much as 5000 ft down.
Views: 17731 Sterling Chamberlain
Throwback Thursday: A brief history of mining in Sudbury
With two of Sudbury's most important employers, Vale and Glencore, reporting healthy profits last week, we asked the Greater Sudbury Archives to dust off some old footage and photos from the earlier days of this fledgling industry, to give you a brief history of mining in Sudbury. Take a look in this week's episode of Sudbury.com's Throwback Thursday, in which, this being the year of Canada's 150th Annviersary, we celebrate a little bit of Greater Sudbury's history.
Views: 2536 Sudbury.com
The Mining and Smelting of Canadian Nickel / Coniston ,Ontario
This historical silent film documents the entire mining process as it was done in the 1930s. The Village of Coniston experienced a rapid and large growth spurt when in 1913, the Mond Nickel Company moved its smelting operations from Victoria Mine (a small mining community located west of Sudbury) to Coniston. Prior to 1913, the Mond Nickel Company had been operating in Victoria Mine for thirteen years. When the company could no longer expand its mining operations in the area, it chose to relocate to Coniston for two important reasons: firstly, because the land in Coniston was adequate for the company's purposes, and most importantly, because the community had railway junctions for two different railway companies within its townsite. This factor would enable the Mond Nickel Company to ship its mined ore from the Sudbury Basin to Coniston for smelting and from there, send the processed minerals to Clydach, Wales for refining, all with little fuss.
Views: 17213 OntarioMiningHistory
Vale opens first new mine in Sudbury in over 40 years
Celebrating Totten Mine, Vale in Canada's Mine of the Future. http://cnw.ca/JDXuU Distributed by OneLoad.com
Views: 4082 Cision Canada
Big Nickel Mine  Sudbury Ontario
A visit to the mine, while the boys were at a competition. Excellent tour and well worth the visit.
Views: 8720 Valrose11
The Sudbury Nickel Mine
The mining in the Canadian Shield region for our Socials 10 Challenge class.
Views: 2779 ShieldTheCanadian
Sudbury - Nickel Mine
Sudbury Please "Like" and subscribe 😊 Thank you for watching 😊 We went for a 4 hour road trip to Sudbury to check out a cool nickel mine they have. It was super cool and I will put a link to it below. Link: http://sciencenorth.ca/dynamic-earth/ "좋아요"를 구독하고 😊 을 구독하십시오. 지켜 줘서 고맙습니다. 「好き」と😊を購読してください 😊を見ていただきありがとうございます Equipment we use: Canadian Shopping portals: Fast memory card: https://goo.gl/bSJEUu Camera Sony A6000: https://goo.gl/Spp9mS GoPro: https://goo.gl/1rr1LE IPhone 6s: https://goo.gl/k0rS1s Samsung Galaxy S7: https://goo.gl/8ft8kf Tripod: https://goo.gl/CA5DMP Laptop for editing: https://goo.gl/QonrO9 Cool Mouse: https://goo.gl/DIOcty Video storage: https://goo.gl/aqpCbt USA Shopping portal: Fast memory card: https://goo.gl/wRCLKu Camera (Main): Sony A6000 https://goo.gl/CeyalS GoPro: https://goo.gl/ePnnQh IPhone 6s: https://goo.gl/a6ybgt Samsung Galaxy S7: https://goo.gl/QvBx8E Tripod: https://goo.gl/0TdBvZ Laptop for editing: https://goo.gl/Lhydnv Cool Mouse: https://goo.gl/rZuuI8 Video storage: https://goo.gl/gAUjs3
Views: 517 RiKiMiSu
Emotional 'last skip' for Sudbury's Frood-Stobie Mine
It was a bittersweet morning for hundreds of Vale workers — past and present — who gathered for a ceremonial last skip at the 130-year-old Frood-Stobie Mine on May 30. This mine has seen success and tragedy, hardship, innovation, and even two royal visits on its way to hauling 375 million tons of nickel ore from the depths of the earth to its surface — more than any other complex in the history of the Sudbury basin. The stoic mine now enters a phase of “care and maintenance” but its days as the workhorse of Vale's Sudbury operations appear to be over. This closing ceremony for Frood-Stobie was capped by the ceremonial last skip — the hauling of one final load of ore to the surface. The gathered crowd watched on a closed-circut feed and cheered as the doors opened and the crushed rock from deep in the ground spilled out one last time.
Views: 1439 Sudbury.com
Underground Mining - Vale - Processing
Canada and global mining industry This is one of a series of videos I edited for Vale. The producer I worked for travelled to many locations around the world. Shots were taken in the air, on the ground, deep underground, and on water, during summer and winter.
Views: 2651 FluidDigitalPro
Sudbury Basin- Lesson 22 - Part 6 of 9
Sudbury Basin- Lesson 22 - Part 6 of 9 •Description of the Murray Mine -- Sudbury area •Copper ore and sulphide description •Thin section •Pyrrhotite, Chalcopyrite (copper) and Pentlandite (main source of nickeL) •Ionic bonding -- sulphide lattices
Views: 2516 mineguy101
The Big Nickel - Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
Sending this out to jenzeppelin who uploaded her own cool Big Nickel video a few days ago. This was filmed in June, 2011.
Views: 3588 bluenazz
Slag Pouring (1975) in Sudbury Ontario
Pouring Slag at the Copper Cliff Smelter International Nickel Company of Canada
Views: 2627 ysbtube
Sudbury and the Mysteries of the Universe
Sudbury, the nickel capital of the world, is a city deeply connected to the cosmos. Over 1.8 billion years ago an enormous impact set in motion a series of events, the end result of which involves a mysterious 'dark' experiment deep underground. HELP US MAKE MORE VIDEOS W/ PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/thisiscanadiana CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/canadiana?sub TWITTER: https://twitter.com/thisiscanadiana INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/thisiscanad... FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/thisiscanadiana WEBSITE: https://www.thisiscanadiana.com DONATE ONCE W/ PAYPAL: https://www.paypal.me/thisiscanadiana MERCH: https://goo.gl/SPwzqn We can't thank SNOLAB, the Creighton Mine, and Blaire (our incredible guide) enough for the once-in-a-lifetime adventure that was touring and filming in SNOLAB. We will never forget it for the rest of our lives. We hope we could do some semblance of justice (with our independent, low-budget filmmaking pedigree) to what we consider the brightest beacon of Canada's scientific community. If you come away from this episode with something, we hope it's interest in what's going on at SNOLAB, because it is wild. We've stepped out of our comfort zone a little on this one, so there are many important addendums to this episode. Chances are, if you've flagged something from the episode, we've discussed it here. We barely touched on what dark matter is, so if you're scratching your head, please watch this awesome video by Kurzgesagt: https://goo.gl/aPkxQD Red flag: when we say dark matter makes up 85% of the "stuff" in the universe, we mean matter—85% of matter is dark matter. Universally-speaking, the universe is made up of approximately 70% dark energy, 25% dark matter, and 5% regular matter. We apologize for wording it in such a confusing and vague way—just remember we are focusing on the physical "stuff" that makes up 30% of the universe and aren't including (dark) energy. Now for the comet. If you are interested in astronomy you probably already know this, but there's a debate as to what exactly impacted with the Earth 1.8 billion years ago: a comet or an asteroid. In both cases, once the cosmic entity hit the Earth, it immediately became a "meteorite" by definition. The reason we stick with comet is because in the past ten years it has become the most popularly-accepted theory, making the rounds from scientific journals to press releases. Here are some of our sources: The Scientific Journal, Terra Nova, included a 2014 study that came to the conclusion it was a comet: https://goo.gl/CNJbTM The Scientific American popularized the notion: https://goo.gl/KXKNFL The study itself produced follow-ups, including a study focused on the ramifications of the comet's impact, published in Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta: https://goo.gl/gfXaFf Basically, things that happened 1.8 billion years ago are never set-in-stone—a comet vapourizing to produce a meteorite strike just seems like the most plausible explanation for the Sudbury Basin at the moment. In a similar vein, our depiction of the Earth's surface 1.8 billion years ago is based entirely on contemporary theoretical models, and is most likely inaccurate. Essentially there was a supercontinent, Nena, and a couple other subcontinents, Ur and Atlantica. At some point (around 1.5 billion years ago) they, as well as other landmasses, amalgamated to form the supercontinent Nuna. The timeline of all of this, the exact geography, and orientation, is all theoretical, so we tried our best to emulate what we saw in our research. Here is a theoretical computer model on the timeline we cover: https://goo.gl/HCHfGB There's another area where, for the purposes of telling the story in a short video, lines had to be blurred: the uses of nickel. Nothing is ever built entirely out of nickel, not even five cent coins. When we refer to artillery and inventions and car batteries, nickel is a major component of the objects. Usually it's use is centred around being an alloy, used in conjunction with iron to produce steel. That doesn't mean it was any less important—without the nickel from Sudbury most of the things we brought up wouldn't exist or wouldn't have been made in such high volumes. Nickel from Sudbury was, and continues to be, a major commodity in the world's markets. As a sidenote, copper was/is also plentiful in Sudbury, but the amount of nickel dwarfs it. Sudbury is no longer the wasteland it once was. We don't touch on it enough in the episode (low/nonexistent budgets don't allow for months and months of prep for episodes) but we will in social media posts and follow-ups. Sudbury has actually become a beacon of environmental revitalization and we were stunned by it when we filmed there. Go to the Laughing Buddha restaurant if you visit Sudbury. What would an episode about Sudbury be if we didn't include Stompin' Tom (the Inco line? They used to own the Superstack and smelter): https://goo.gl/3Nhp2F
Views: 5148 Canadiana
Vintage Underground Mining Coniston - Sudbury Ontario Canada
Vintage Underground Mining Coniston - Sudbury Ontario Canada This was part a geology course through Laurentian University in Ontario. "Understanding the Earth" originally aired on TVO Ontario in 1975 and rebroadcastedin 1986 Dr. David Pearson has been instrumental behind Scinece North. http://sciencenorth.on.ca/heritagefair/hlm/1986pearson.html
Views: 37161 mineguy101
Sudbury Nickel Plant Ontario Canada, 1960s - Film 99016
Amateur home movie to Ontario, Canada in 1960. View from a coach window towards a processing plant and area of mined land. The group visit the Inco nickel smelter in Sudbury. The people stand beside the coach wearing white hard hats. A furnace burning and molten metals. The group exit the factory. View of smoke belching from a large chimney. The visitors stand around a bit more chatting amongst themselves, before a few more scenes of liquid metal being poured from a hopper. A further view from the coach window as the group leave the plant. A train pulling cargo carts arrives at the processing plant. View from the moving vehicle with the large factory in the distance and residential housing in the foreground. Smoking chimneys. Another scene of molten produce, this time spilling in unison from a row of hoppers being tipped over. The red molten liquid forms unusual patterns as it flows downhill, which initially look like large molten human forms. This is a slag pour.
Views: 131 HuntleyFilmArchives
Cobalt & Sudbury Ontario - Mining Rare Footage
Sudbury Mining Rare Footage, cobalt,ontario
Views: 15551 mineguy101
SCOM SNOLab Tour 2013
SNOLAB is a Canadian underground physics laboratory at a depth of 2 km in Sudbury, Ontario in Vale's Creighton nickel mine. Science Communication program from Laurentian University had an opportunity to get a one day tour on March 2013. And this is the video footage of it. Enjoy =)
Views: 746 gesit mutiarta
Global Lessons from a Hard-Rock Mining Town: Dr. John Gunn at TEDxLaurentianU
Dr. Gunn presents an inspiring talk on our northern mining town Sudbury. He educates us on our history of pollution, and it's decline and the impact Sudbury's smoke stack plays. He illustrates the link between clean air and clean water and further explains the impact and global lessons from our City of Greater Sudbury as it relates to the protection of critical freshwater resources on Shield landscapes. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Views: 4958 TEDx Talks
THROWBACK THURSDAY: Sudbury's Big Nickel
In this week's episode of Sudbury.com's Throwback Thursday, we take a look back at one of the most recognizable — and photographed — symbols of Greater Sudbury: the Big Nickel. Get More Sudbury.com Read: http://www.sudbury.com Like: https://www.facebook.com/sudburydotcom Follow: https://twitter.com/sudburydotcom Instagram: https://instagram.com/sudburydotcom
Views: 1316 Sudbury.com
Sudbury News-Mining week in Sudbury
Members of the business community gathered at Bryston's on the Park in Copper Cliff on May 13 for a luncheon. The event also included a keynote address by a representative from Xstrata Nickel. The event was part of Sudbury Mining Week that started May 7 and continues until May 14.
Views: 102 Sudbury.com
The Big Nickel mine #Sudbury #Ontario
Views: 64 Jay Redden
Sudbury Mining Week underway
Sudbury Mining Week is now underway. Watch Northern Life's video to hear from those in the industry.
Views: 124 Sudbury.com
PART 2 - The Long Lake Gold Mine - The Forgotten Mistake in Sudbury Ontario Canada
This is part 2 of The Long Lake Gold Mine - The Forgotten Mistake in Northern Ontario. This project would not have been possible without the assistance of my good friend Kris K from Kris K Productions. Follow Kris on Instagram- @kkalvi Much thanks to everyone who watched part one, especially the people of Greater Sudbury who showed by the amount of views that they are very concerned about our environment. Doug #jackofallpines Email- [email protected] Instagram- @Pinetree_Line_Outdoors Facebook- Pinetree Line Outdoors Twitter- @PinetreeLine Music Courtesy of YouTube Audio Library: Philae by Olivaw Sunset by Todd Siesel Lust by Todd Siesel March to Victory by Silent Partner Long Note 1,2&3
WSWS speaks to Vale Inco strikers and supporters in Sudbury
3,300 nickel miners, smelter and mill workers have been on strike in Sudbury and Port Colborne, Ontario for over ten months against the concession demands of Brazilian based transnational mining giant Vale Inco.
Views: 1994 WSWS
2003 WHEELCHAIR NOMAD DIARY SEE http://donpugh.dyndns.org/ We arrived at the interpretative site, with a hundred-metre Canadian five-cent coin called a nickel, which was created in the 1950’s. I was stunned at the modern interactive quality of the displays which outlined how this area was hit by a ten kilometre asteroid about 1.8 billion years ago, causing a nickel formation. Human history was traced out in a unique, exciting AV show for thirty minutes, involving a projected movie of a barber looking almost real telling stories he had heard from his customers about the railway, timber trade, and prospectors of the area. Copper had been discovered in 1883 with the CPR construction, but only with the roasting process in the early 1900’s could nickel be separated from “devil’s copper.” Roasting or burning the ore released huge amounts of sulphur, which combined with rain to make acid rain, which killed all vegetation around Sudbury creating a lunar landscape. Sudbury produced ninety percent of the world’s nickel until after the Second World War. Nickel as an alloy created stainless steel, which became popular from the 1930’s for kitchen sinks and other domestic appliances. The 375 meter smoke stack, highest in the world, has diluted the pollution, making possible the reforestation of Sudbury today. Finally, at 1.00 am we joined a one-hour under-ground tour through the Sudbury chasm, a series of twelve degree, dripping wet tunnels illustrating mining in 1900, 1970 and today. By 2.30 pm, we have had enough and were glad to move on. I was sad not to have seen information on the refining of nickel. We then visited the Science Centre located overlooking Austin Airways and a beautiful northern lake and yacht club. We ate lunch at “Landings,” a restaurant celebrating the north with a northern float equipped plane, admiring the view and returned to the hotel at 4.30 pm. Jorge started work at the City Centre nearby, talking to irate cable customers in New York State and organising technicians. DON PUGH
Views: 16869 DonPugh1
Sudbury, Ontario: Driving Around Downtown (August, 2017)
Video of downtown Sudbury, Ontario, Canada taken not long after sunrise on August 16, 2017. Covered is most of the downtown core, along with a drive at the end south on Paris Street to Science North. Sudbury, Ontario is a city of around 160,000 located 410 kilometres north of Toronto via highway 400/69. By area, this is the largest city in Ontario and the seventh largest in Canada. By population, it is the 24th largest metro area in Canada. The city was established in the late 1800's with the discovery of nickel ore. Incorporated as a town in 1893, at one point in the 1970's, 25% of the population worked for nickel mining company Inco. Seen in the background at times during the video is the 380 metre tall Inco Superstack, the second tallest structure in Canada after the CN Tower. Other landmarks that can be seen in the video include the Sudbury Community Arena, home of the OHL's Sudbury Wolves, a venue that opened in 1951 (look for the statue of Stompin' Tom Connors out front). Ramsey Lake is seen near the end. The lake is the largest lake in the world that is located entirely within the boundaries of a single city. Bell Park is also seen, a previous stop on the Amazing Race Canada. Across Ramsey Lake from Bell Park is the campus of Laurentian University. Background music: Drankin' Song, Guts and Bourbon, Bumba Crossing, all by Kevin MacLeod.
Views: 14719 Tom Samworth
Land Reclamation Sudburry, Ontario Part 1
Land Reclamation from Nickel Mining in Sudburry, Ontario, Canada
Views: 1934 EcoNews
Sudbury loves Nickelback more than nickel itself
In 2013, Canada pulled the penny out of circulation. Now some are asking if the nickel should be phased out too. TheRebel.media's Jason Agnew journeyed to Sudbury -- Canada's nickel mining capital -- to ask folks what they think. (And what effect has Nickleback had on Sudbury's reputation...) JOIN TheRebel.media FREE for more fearless news and commentary you won’t find anywhere else. http://www.TheRebel.media/join Toronto bureaucrats have banned a Christian group from singing hymns! SIGN THE PETITION to fight anti-Christian bigotry at Yonge & Dundas Square: http://www.therebel.media/antichristian NEW! ”Don't blame me: I voted Conservative" The t-shirt and bumpersticker that says it all — ONLY from TheRebel.media store! https://tinyurl.com/votedconservative
Views: 2596 Rebel Media
Vale Mining
Views: 754 Tom Haney
Sudbury Inco Mine Tour
October 2008
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Land Reclamation Sudburry, Ontario Part 2
Land Reclamation from Nickel Mining in Sudburry, Ontario, Canada
Views: 602 EcoNews
Nickel Mining Canada, 1950s - Film 94381
Nickel mining in Canada
Nickel Quest
Nickel Quest is an educational video produced by the Ontario Mining Association that provides a virtual tour of an underground nickel mine.
Land Reclamation Sudburry, Ontario Part 3
Land Reclamation from Nickel Mining in Sudburry, Ontario, Canada
Views: 435 EcoNews
Product Characteristics of Inco Nickel Flats Instructional Film  1980?    Super 8
Inco Limited was a Canadian mining company and the world’s leading producer of nickel for much of the 20th century. In October 2006, Inco was purchased by the Brazilian mining company Vale. Inco grew out of the nickel mines in Sudbury, Ontario, which remains one of Vale’s largest mining projects worldwide. The company is now a fully owned subsidiary called Vale Canada Limited; it is based in Toronto and is responsible for Vale’s base metal mining operations worldwide. Scan from an undated super 8 movie, italian titles, no sound on reel
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Nickel Rim Sudbury
Song for the Nickel Rim Sudbury
Views: 3661 bdiddysudbury
The History Of Silver Mines: Cobalt, Canada
Join me and meMiner as we explore a park in the silver mining town of Cobalt, Ontario. We give a brief explanation of how and why silver mining took place here. Later, I will be running a long series of metal detecting videos and exploration videos that take place in this silver mining region. We find A LOT of silver!
Views: 16423 Aquachigger
Miner killed at Vale's Coleman Mine - Sudbury News
Sudbury - A 47-year-old miner at Vale's Coleman Mine was killed Jan. 29 while working underground in the main ore body at the 4,215-foot level due to what appears to be some displacement of material from a development heading.
Views: 1349 Sudbury.com
Sudbury, Ontario
We've published an updated video from August, 2017 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7Cy0J8GNvU Views of Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. Mostly of downtown Sudbury, including the Sudbury Community Arena, a 4,640 seat venue that opened in 1951 and is home to the Sudbury Wolves of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). Video also includes the area around Ramsey Lake, including Science North and the Sudbury Yacht Club. Sudbury is a city of around 160,000 inhabitants in the 'Near North' of Ontario and is home to Laurentian University. The city is famous for nickel mining and is the subject of one of Stompin Tom Connors' greatest hits "Sudbury Saturday Night". Sudbury is around a four hour drive from the Greater Toronto Area.
Views: 8998 Tom Samworth
Miners Heritage Sculpture Sudbury - minersongs.ca
A detailed depiction of the artwork in the sculpture celebrating the heritage of mining in Northern Ontario with newly arranged soundtrack. Full details can be found at www.minersongs.ca . Artwork and videography by Daniel Thomson with soundtrack by Robert Hall.
Views: 2586 Barktech
Greater Sudbury
Greater Sudbury (2011 census population 160,274) is a city in Ontario, Canada, which was founded following the discovery of nickel ore by Tom Flanagan, a Canadian Pacific Railway blacksmith in 1883, when the transcontinental railway was near completion. Greater Sudbury was formed in 2001 by merging the cities and towns of the former Regional Municipality of Sudbury with several previously unincorporated geographic townships. It is the largest city in Northern Ontario by population and the 24th largest metropolitan area in Canada. By land area, it is the largest city in Ontario and the seventh largest municipality by area in Canada. Sudbury, as it is commonly known, is administratively separate and thus not part of any district, county, or regional municipality. Sudbury has a humid continental climate with warm and often hot summers and long, cold, snowy winters. The population resides in an urban core and many smaller communities scattered around 300 lakes and among hills of rock blackened by historical smelting activity. Sudbury was once a major lumber centre and a world leader in nickel mining. Mining and related industries dominated the economy for much of the 20th century. The two major mining companies which shaped the history of Sudbury were Inco, now Vale, which employed more than 25% of the population by the 1970s, and Falconbridge, now Glencore Xstrata. Sudbury has since expanded from its resource-based economy to emerge as the major retail, economic, health and educational centre for Northeastern Ontario. Sudbury is also home to a large Franco-Ontarian population that influences its arts and culture. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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The World's Biggest Nickel: Sudbury (Why You Should Go)
DAY 5 OF THE GREAT TRIP NORTH!!! Today we traveled to Sudbury, Ontario to visit the big nickel museum. This happens to be the world's biggest nickel! Aside from this massive nickel, while we were in Sudbury, we went to science north. One of the Ontario science centers. Both the science center and the big nickel were amazing to visit. It was so worth the journey to Sudbury! The Great Trip North Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BtCN9vfxaAo&list=PLjgcilpto9N66OBdDaCBdhAOj7sE2ptSa Hey everyone! My name is Dylan Taylor, and you've come across my vlog channel! This is my second channel, it serves partly as a behind the scenes of my DIY channel, and partly as a way to share my every day life with you! Don't forget to LIKE & SUBSCRIBE! Here's the email you need to send to to get your name on the plaque! [email protected] ^^^FIND THE PINK GUY TO GET ON THE PLAQUE^^^ Link to my main channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzGxBnQjG6uOvuBO_YXICaA?spfreload=5 Instagram: @dylantaylor_youtube --- ? DOCTOR VOX - Endgame http://youtube.com/watch?v=j3UyYZ85Tiw http://facebook.com/doctorvox http://youtube.com/doctorvoxofficial ---- ? Official Download: http://soundcloud.com/doctor-vox/doct... ? Backup Download: http://royaltrax.com/download/doctorv... ---- ----FAN MAIL ADDRESS---- Dylan Taylor PO Box 22 Tillsonburg, ON CANADA N4G 4H3 ----FAN MAIL ADDRESS----
Views: 537 Dylan Taylor
Video of Minago Nickel Mine
Victory Nickel's Minago Nickel Mine by Victory Nickel Inc. 9 days ago More Add See allShow me my videos 1. Victory Nickel's Minago Nickel Mine by Victory Nickel Inc. 9 days ago Located on the Thompson Nickel Belt in Manitoba, Minago is one of Canada's largest undeveloped sulphide nickel deposits with M&I total nickel resources of 54.2 million tonnes (11.1 Mt measured, 43.1Mt indicated) grading 0.52% nickel, plus an additional Inferred resource of 14.6 million tonnes grading 0.53% nickel.
Views: 6505 VictoryNickel

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