Classification at the Sullivan Concentrator

CIM Bulletin, 1947


G. J. KNIGHTON, M.C.I.M., co-author of this paper, is the Crushing and Grinding Engineer at the Sullivan concentrator. After service in the army in the First World War, one and a half years of which was spent in France, he worked as an instrument man on the location and construction of highways in Manitoba. In 1921 he went back to school, completed one year in Brandon College for university entrance, and then entered the University of Alberta, where he obtained the degree of Bachelor of Applied Science.