By Matthew Bray, Ashley Thomson
Mining has performed a formative position within the background of Northern Ontario. it's been one of many key turbines of wealth within the zone because the mid-19th century, and is additionally liable for a lot of the city improvement of Ontario's northland. The twelve papers released the following got here out of the second one annual confernce of Northern Ontario learn and improvement held in 1990. The papers are grouped into 4 sections, the early years; the period of presidency intervention; the current and eventually the longer term and what might be performed to take care of the commnities.
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23 When combined with the company's rapid turnover of personnel, this meant that the association between individual company officials and the community was seldom very close. D. Peters, who left in the spring of 1890. S. Woodbury of Michigan, who departed after only three months, followed by John D. N. P. Turner. The turnover in general managers was paralleled in other staff positions. Filling the position of company chemist vacated by Francis Sperry early in 1891 proved to be a major difficulty, as illustrated by the following series of excerpts from the diary of John D.
Little of the decision-making process was left to the local authorities. P. Mclntosh set the tone of Canadian Copper's attitude towards Sudbury during the 1890s, and A Company and a Community 27 that attitude was guarded, to say the least. Perhaps the best illustration of the suspicion with which he viewed the community was his obsession with secrecy about all aspects of the company's operations. 13 With the construction at Copper Cliff in 1891 of the Bessemer plant, designed to further concentrate the nickel-copper matte by the elimination of its iron content, this concern for secrecy became a passion.
S. Nock, The Algoma Central Railway (1976). See Bibliography: History of North-Eastern Ontario (1985), 1021-72. Innis wrote A History of the Canadian Pacific Railway (1933) to which Pierre Berton with The National Dream (1971) and The Last Spike (1974) added colour, especially for Northern Ontario. R. Stevens, Canadian National Railways, 2 vols. (1960 and 1962). Albert Tucker, Steam into Wilderness: Ontario Northland Railway, 19021962 (1978), is useful, though like all the studies is concerned with the railroads rather than their impact on communities.
At the End of the Shift: Mines and Single-Industry Towns in Northern Ontario by Matthew Bray, Ashley Thomson