Photograph by Vavasour & Dick from the archives of BaNQ Rouyn-Noranda; ID 763528
The 125 years of CIM archives, in both their language and information, provide wonderful snapshots of the history of the Canadian industry and global economics. As part of our celebration of 125 years of CIM, we have pulled pages from a 1927 edition of the CIM Bulletin for a temperature-taking of the metal markets at the time. It proved to be a particularly successful year for metal production in Quebec and marked the beginning of operations at Noranda’s Horne copper smelter.
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