The Northern Miner
|Founded||March 30, 1915|
The Northern Miner is a weekly trade journal (formerly part of the Hollinger group) that reports on the mining industry. The Northern Miner began publication Cobalt, Ontario Canada in 1915, and has since moved publication to Toronto.  The weekly journal is considered to be the "leading authority on the mining industry in Canada", and " the mining industry's bible".
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